1. The Plymouth Fire Department has recently purchased a system that collects, sterilizes and shreds needles and other sharp biomedical waste.
  2. FDNY Deputy Chief Michael Fahy was hailed as a hero by one of the two marijuana grow house operators jailed Friday for causing his 2016 death.
  3. Reading firefighters and police gathered Thursday on the campus of Alvernia University to work on coordinated responses to active shooters.
  4. A veteran Indian River County firefighter has resigned after the chief began looking into whether he hid a felony when he applied 17 years ago.
  5. A lawsuit has been filed against Wilmington by the families of three firefighters who died and others who were injured in a September 2016 fire.
  6. A fire at a Yemassee Family Dollar store Tuesday night that left five Beaufort County firefighters with injuries is being investigated as arson.
  7. The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation is recommending a national response policy that will better protect firefighters during emergencies.
  8. Lebanon's fire chief says department morale is at an all-time high after Thursday's opening ceremony for the city's new Fire Station No. 4.
  9. Firefighters made promising headway Thursday against the Mendocino Complex Fire, but a weekend heat wave could create strong fire behavior.
  10. A Utica firefighter accused of harassing a female co-worker in a lewd January incident has had one of the three charges against him dropped.