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Two Adults Die, Juvenile Injured in Wadena, MN, House Fire

Two people are dead after a house fire in Minnesota early Sunday.

Services Set for Dolton, IL, Firefighter; Autopsy Results Still Pending

Robert Morgan will be waked from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday and from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Leak & Sons Funeral Home.

Man Dies in Sebring, OH, Fire

One man died in the blaze, and the home was destroyed. The victim has not yet been identified.

Western Wildfires Calm, But Losses Grow

Cooler weather on Tuesday helped calm two gigantic wildfires in the U.S. West, but a tally of property losses mounted as authorities got better access to a tiny California community savaged by flames last weekend and to a remote area of southern Oregon where the nation's largest blaze is burning.

de Blasio to Mandate COVID-19 Vax or Weekly Tests for NYC Municipal Workers–Including Firefighters

The requirement – which will cover roughly 300,000 city workers – is set to take effect Sept. 13.

Second Person Dead After Being Set on Fire in Centerville, LA

A woman who was allegedly set on fire by her boyfriend in Centerville earlier this month has died.

New Technology Propels Efforts Against Wildfires

Firefighters are using new technology and better positioning of resources in a bid to keep small blazes from erupting into mega-fires.

Five Firefighters Injured in MT Fire in Stable Condition

The five were building a defensive line at the Devil’s Creek Fire in Garfield County when the weather shifted.

Fire Forces Evacuation of Italian Island of Sardinia

Fires raged Sunday on Italy's Mediterranean island of Sardinia, where nearly 400 people were evacuated overnight.

Couple Indicted for Gender-Reveal Event That led to Wildfire Which Killed One Firefighter, Injured...

A pyrotechnic gender-reveal photo shoot went awry and sparked last year's deadly 22,680-acre El Dorado wildfire.

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