Los Angeles Fire Department
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.
A Los Angeles Fire Department off-duty engineer and his mother were charged Tuesday with allegedly beating a woman who was feeding stray cats in their neighborhood.
Los Angeles Fire Department officials Thursday rescued an injured hiker in the Hollywood Hills area.
Los Angeles Fire Department officials Thursday responded to a San Pedro beach after a man who was preparing to scuba dive suffered a medical emergency.
Firefighters battled a one-acre brush fire Monday in a hillside in Woodland Hills.
Firefighters responded to a fire Wednesday afternoon at an eight-story apartment complex in the West Adams district.
A Los Angeles Fire Department dispatch supervisor collapsed and died Monday, according to authorities.
Paramedics treated several patients Monday after a small spill of an unidentified substance at a Northridge office building, authorities said.
Firefighters Tuesday were battling a fire in a one-story commercial building in South Los Angeles.