Los Angeles Fire Department
It took firefighters nearly two hours to knock down a “suspicious” fire at the historic Elks Lodge in San Pedro Tuesday morning.
The Los Angeles Fire Department says a man was critically injured in a house fire.
The victim was reported stricken around 2:20 p.m. in Runyon Canyon Park
Firefighters called off a search along the Los Angeles River after a 40-minute effort, following reports that a victim had fallen off a bridge.
The Los Angeles Fire Department Friday held a celebration in Granada Hills for their oldest surviving retiree.
The Los Angeles Fire Department’s highest-ranking woman ever has announced her retirement.
Two people were found dead Thursday following a fire inside a Whittier home.
At least four people were injured Thursday in a two-vehicle accident in the Eagle Rock area.
Los Angeles Fire Department will hold a press conference Tuesday to remind families of fire safety and prevention this holiday season.
Six years after losing in his first trial, a black Los Angeles firefighter was awarded $1.1 million Monday by a jury that found he suffered discrimination during his nearly three-decade career.
Three men suffered minor injuries Wednesday during a small fire and HazMat situation at a commercial building in San Fernando.
A demolition crew arrived Wednesday to survey the damage after a massive fire at a historic two-story church in South Los Angeles gutted the building and injured two firefighters.
Two Los Angeles City firefighters were injured Tuesday while battling a fire at a historic two-story church in South Los Angeles.
A man in his 50s was in police custody Thursday in connection with a string of arson fires in the San Fernando Valley.
A 250-acre brush fire burning north of Azusa into the Angeles National Forest was 70 percent contained Tuesday afternoon, according to the U.S. Forest Service.