The city of Victorville aims to run the San Bernardino County Fire Department to save an estimated 5.2% on operational costs after 5 years.
El Paso Fire Department plans to use two drones as aids during search and rescue operations.
Luzerne County will construct two new towers and extend a third to improve its poor radio coverage.
Authorities have initiated the search and recovery phase after days of unsuccessful searching for survivors.
Orange County Fire Authority's search and rescue dogs have recovered 15 bodies so far.
A severe rain storm caused major flooding and mudslides, causing emergency personnel to rescue dozens of stranded and injured residents.
Oneonta Fire Department is seeking approval for an Assistance to Firefighters grant from the DHS to help pay for a new fire truck to replace two old vehicles.
For only the second time in history, NFPA has authorized a provisional standard for active shooter response due to the increase in attacks.
Storm surge flooding, 75mph winds, and 17 inches of snow resulted in a hectic day for emergency responders.
New Bedford has extra firefighters, paramedics, and EMTs on duty and a 4-wheel fire engine that can go "anywhere, anytime."
The ice storm caused car accidents, fires from downed power lines, and left 45,000 homes and businesses without electricity.
Cedar Falls first responders have used the drone for aerial assessments during a flood and training to find missing persons.
FEMA is ending recovery operation centers for Santa Rosa and Sonoma County residents due to decreased numbers of victims seeking assistance.
Flint Hills Resources awarded $69,582 to multiple first responder agencies to be used for training and equipment.
Mesa Fire and Medical Department has used its four drones for water rescue operations, surveying damaged buildings, and hazard assessments.