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The fire engine was responding to a structure fire and had entered the intersection against a red light, with its lights and siren working.
The department's proposed contract with Local 42 would end a practice that often excluded Black firefighters from choice assignments at busy stations.
Black firefighters were frequently moved into one fire station, often passed over for promotions and were not actively recruited to work for a department serving a racially diverse city.
The trial is testing competing evidence and conflicting testimony between Harris and Unified Government officials.
Investigation detailed decades of systemic racism and sexism tolerated by KCFD and City Hall officials.
Developers break ground on the site of a 2015 fire that killed two Kansas City firefighters.
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