First responders vividly remember the scene of the April 19, 1995 bombing that killed 168 people.
Sonoma County agencies will put their response skills to the test in a simulated plane crash involving 40-50 victims.
First responders across the nation gathered in Nevada to train for responding to a radiological attack on U.S. soil.
Coral Springs-Parkland Fire Department's audio of their radio communications during the event details the difficulty with operations because the shooter's location was not known.
Dispatchers will be able to provide EMS, fire, and law enforcement personnel with real-time intelligence so they can quickly control major incidents.
About 200 fire and EMS personnel responded to the 4-alarm apartment fire, where they found the 67-year-old resident dead.
Bay County EMS and law enforcement practiced drills together in tactical emergency casualty care for incidents like active shootings.
Nasim Aghdam, 39, who expressed her anger at YouTube for filtering her channel content, took her own life after wounding three others outside the company building.
With the help of grants from the Urban Area Security Initiative, the Cambridge Fire Department has continuously bolstered its counter-terrorism training since the bombing five years ago.
EMS, fire, and law enforcement personnel gathered to prepare for an active shooter and hostage scenario at Stockton Metropolitan Airport.
Coral Springs responders have endured massive challenges from both—what’s been their key to success?
It’s plenty of time to think out your response to an MVC—but not nearly enough when it’s an MOS.
The National Center for Biomedical Research and Training arms first responders with tactics to respond to mass casualty incidents.
Lenoir County EMS, police, and the school staff changed the plans for a tabletop exercise to a live drill after the Parkland shooting to increase preparedness.
The legislation would require schools to work with local emergency management personnel to implement effective strategies to improve school safety.