Sacramento Firefighters Look To City Leaders For Help In Face Of Encampment Fires

SACRAMENTO, CA — An early morning fire burned down two campers in a transient area in South Sacramento. What was called in as a 2 a.m. tree fire in the industrial block of South Watt Avenue and Elder Creek Road turned into a bigger situation for the Sacramento Fire Department. “The first arriving engine company found […]

Denver Pays Firefighter $100K After Being Secretly Recorded

DENVER, CO — A female firefighter in Colorado will receive $100,000 in a lawsuit settlement against the Denver Fire Department after a former fire department lieutenant placed a secret camera in her fire station bedroom and recorded her changing clothes, city officials said. Denver City Council approved the settlement after the woman filed a discrimination […]

Syracuse Mayor Warns Of Low Police Staffing After Series Of Murders

SYRACUSE, NY — Following a violent week in Syracuse including the death of two teens, Mayor Ben Walsh warns of “dangerously low” staffing numbers at the Syracuse Police Department and worries about having enough officers patrolling the streets. Currently, there are approximately 360 officers on the force. When Walsh took office nearly four years ago, there […]