A delay in sending help to a fatal fire on Kennedy Street NW is causing an uproar within the D.C. police and fire departments.
FOX 5 has confirmed that employees within the District's police and fire departments, as well as the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, knew about hazardous conditions inside a row house prior to a fire that left a 9-year-old boy and a man dead in Northwest Washington last week.
There was a different kind of show Sunday afternoon at the Kennedy Center, where D.C. firefighters rescued three people stuck in a stalled elevator.
D.C. firefighters say a man is dead and a child is in critical condition after getting pulled from a house fire Sunday morning in Northwest.
We now know the cause behind an early morning car fire in Northwest D.C. that sent two men to the hospital. DC Fire and EMS officials tell FOX 5 the use of illegal fireworks is to blame.
A DC Fire and EMS human remains detection dog, who was critically injured two weeks ago during a search near the George Washington Parkway, has been cleared to go back to work.
The Prince George's County Fire and EMS Department has a new leader. Tiffany D. Green, who had been Chief Deputy of the Fire and EMS Department since November of 2018, has been appointed the new Fire Chief.
DC Fire and EMS crews arrived on the scene Monday and were seen going into the building.
T’Anita Coles-Green is mourning the loss of her husband, 32-year-old DeAngelo Green, who was killed Friday when his car collided with a D.C. Fire truck in Northeast D.C.
DC Fire and EMS rescued three people who fell from an overpass while trying to flee police overnight. FOX 5's Anjali Hemphill reports. (Photos courtesy of DC Fire & EMS/Twitter)