Lawsuit Claims LA Dispatchers Botched 911 Calls, Leading To Death Of 11-Year-Old GirlSeveral of the 911 calls were forwarded to a nearby fire station, which was empty.
LA Considering Big Fines For False Fire AlarmsAbout 12,000 of the 25,000 fire alarms LAFD crews respond to every year are false.
Fire Engulfs Home In Bel Air, Nearby Brush Causes ConcernThe large fire was at a home located on the 11500 block of Thurston Circle in Bel Air.
Man Climbs Construction Crane 200 Feet Above Hollywood Blvd., Taken Into Custody 3 Hours LaterLAFD personnel were called to the 6100 block of W. Hollywood Blvd., where the man stood approximately 200 feet above ground.
Woman Steals LAFD Ambulance, Leads Police On Chase Into San Bernardino CountyA Los Angeles Fire Department paramedic crew was in the process of transferring a seriously ill patient to California Hospital Medical Center at about 12:30 a.m. when the crew’s unoccupied ambulance was stolen from the parking bay
LA Fire And Police Looking For A Few Good WomenAs CBSLA's Jo Kwon reports, LAFD and LAPD invited young women to explore a career as an officer or firefighter.
Crews Battle High Winds In Altadena Brush FireHigh winds can kick up flames and firefighters were working fast to keep this blaze contained in Altadena.
LAFD Recruit Makes History As First Woman To Graduate At The Top Of Her ClassCaroline Carpenter’s son pinned her badge on her uniform as the new recruit fulfilled a goal and made history.
LAFD Says Their 6 New Drones Can Help Them Fight Brush Fires the drones, of course, are much safer without having to put boots on the ground.
LAFD To Deploy Drones To Assess Skirball, Creek Fire Damage, Hot SpotsFor the first time, the Los Angeles Fire Department is deploying drones to help out in the battle against two wildfires threatening homes in the city.
Firefighters Battle Massive Boyle Heights Warehouse FireWhile battling the blaze, firefighters discovered a pot dispensary in an adjacent structure.
LAFD Hurricane Rescue Crew Comes Home To Wild CheersThe convoy of 70 firefighters returned to Sherman Oaks Monday night, after being away for more than three weeks – a new record for the Los Angeles Fire Department.