1. A Philadelphia firefighter was rescued from a fire early Wednesday while two medics were hurt in an ambulance crash.
  2. A former Lodi firefighter who embezzled almost $300,000 had his sentencing delayed Tuesday because a judge was sick.
  3. The suspected Austin "serial bomber" is dead after he blew himself up in his car overnight as authorities closed in.
  4. Supervisor Aaron Peskin has apologized for lambasting Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White while her crews battled a large fire Saturday.
  5. Worcester Deputy Fire Chief John Sullivan is leaving the department after over 30 years to lead the Brookline Fire Department.
  6. San Jose firefighters spent over four hours Tuesday battling a blaze at a vacant warehouse behind the SAP Center.
  7. Beloit and Turtle have decided to share staff and resources due to a shrinking supply of volunteer firefighters.
  8. The Naperville Fire Department is exploring the possible consolidation of some of the city's 10 fire stations.
  9. The EPA has taken command of a Fountain-area tire fire emitting "extremely poisonous" smoke as it burns itself out.
  10. Schuylkill Haven firefighter Les Morgan went into cardiac arrest during a February response and was saved by an AED.