Los Angeles County Fire Department
A young father was killed and two other men were injured Tuesday after a shooting at a mobile home park in Pomona.
Friends and family were relieved to see six rescue dogs return Sunday from Nepal, accompanied by seven members of the L.A. County Fire Department who worked together as a team to find victims after a massive earthquake killed more than 2,000 people and reduced many of the country’s buildings to rubble.
A dramatic cliff side rescue of a rock climber led firefighters to crash a Kansas City couple’s picturesque ceremony in Malibu right as the pair was preparing to say “I do.”
The Los Angeles County Fire Department Thursday announced Urban Search and Rescue team members helped to pull an 18-year-old man out of earthquake rubble in Nepal.
Many firefighters turned out to an L.A. Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday to oppose an emergency communications effort that will improve public safety.
A fire in South Gate was being investigated Wednesday as a possible arson case.
On a sun-splashed Saturday afternoon at the beach it was hard to remember that less than a week ago Southland residents were huddled under umbrellas and wearing jackets to stay warm and dry.
A lifeguard with the Los Angeles County Fire Department died Thursday morning during a training exercise at a Manhattan Beach School, authorities said.
An apparent drug lab was busted on Saturday night in Palmdale, but not before four people, including three Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies, became ill.
A crash near the Malibu tunnel sent two people to area hospitals early Saturday morning.
Big crowds at the beach have created more work for lifeguards this summer, increasing the amount of overtime pay and putting a dent in the Los Angeles County Fire Department budget.
An air-conditioner explosion sent a person to the hospital with second-degree burns Thursday afternoon, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
A man was rescued Tuesday from the back side of Catalina Island after his boat’s engine caught fire and the vessel ran aground.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department has named its first-ever African American female battalion chief.
At least nine people were injured Tuesday morning in an industrial explosion in La Habra.