1. Concerns over unhealthy conditions and links to cancer at Seattle's Station 31 led to the decision to build a new firehouse at a different location in the same neighborhood.
  2. A FEMA grant of more than $210,000 will let the Worcester Fire Department outfit all of its crews with the new devices.
  3. A former firefighter was one of the bystanders who helped a woman who suffered a medical emergency behind the wheel of a pickup truck in Schererville.
  4. Two men were trapped and injured after a shed's roof fell on them, and they needed Brockton crews to pull them out from under the wreckage.
  5. Born in 1915, William Schreck spent his entire 20-year career with FDNY's Engine Company 218 in Brooklyn before retiring in 1960.
  6. The Newburgh Fire Department could lose between 11 to 13 firefighters and drop staffing for each apparatus to dangerously low levels below industry standards.
  7. Three female Columbus Division of Fire employees have filed written complaints against the now-suspended firefighter, who has worked for the city for more than 34 years.
  8. The Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada developed a website to help raise awareness for the Nevada Fallen Fire Fighters Memorial.
  9. Michael Johnston, a member of the Equality Volunteer Fire Department, was headed to a brush fire Friday when the tanker he was in overturned and ejected him from the vehicle.
  10. A locked gate, an inactive emergency fire suppression system and other issues held up firefighters battling a massive oil storage facility blaze in Crockett earlier this week.