A state report says the Los Angeles Fire Department failed to properly inspect hundreds of hazardous sites across the city.
Members of the Los Angeles Fire Department met with Lucky the dog and his new owner Thursday for the first time since his dramatic river rescue last month.
Emergency personnel were called to the 25000 block of Piuma Road at approximately 10:58 a.m. Sunday.
Authorities said two Good Samaritans also sprang into action to save the man.
The first was burning near the intersection of Grove and Chino Avenue.
Two people were treated for smoke inhalation and minor burns, officials said.
Emergency personnel say many drivers in Los Angeles are failing to yield, making it more difficult for crews to navigate around traffic.
A man risked his life when he ran back into his burning apartment to rescue his cat.
VENICE (CBSLA.com) — At least three firefighters were injured Saturday in Venice battling a stubborn blaze inside a storage facility. Authorities said the fire was reported around 7:30 p.m. Saturday evening in the 600 block […]
LA city firefighters have agreed to a tentative salary contract.
A red flag warning has been issued for parts of the Southland Thursday due to high temperatures, low humidity and windy conditions.
“I was cutting grass here, I feel dizzy a little bit, so I stand over by the car here,” Willy G. recalled.
There have been no reports of injuries.
“Before you hit the hill, you are sweating profusely. Then you start adding the hills and the hiking and all the gear that we carry and dehydration becomes a big factor,” Captain Todd Downing says.
L.A. City Fire personnel were called to the scene in the 8800 block of Canoga Avenue Tuesday evening.