LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) – The engineering department at Texas Tech University traveled to the Lubbock Firefighter Training Center to gain first-hand experience as a firefighter for their latest project. Suman Chowdhury, of the engineering department at Texas Tech, says the project isn’t actually for a note, it’s about firefighter safety.Read More →

For many longtime and seasonal residents of the North, it’s not hard to remember Clayton as a much more sleepy place than it is today. But for much of the past 30 years, civic leaders and business owners have worked to reimagine and invigorate the waterfront community, so it’s nowRead More →

MESQUITE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Elected officials, city managers and public safety professionals from Balch Springs, Mesquite, Seagoville and Sunnyvale will share their plan to meet the public’s mental health response needs. One of the first major collaborations between several cities in Dallas County, the group will speak on October 26Read More →

Season 5 of ‘SEAL Team’ may have started off with a bang, but the final episode is guaranteed to leave you feeling emotional. Entitled “Nine Ten”, Episode 3 invites the team to reflect on where they were during the 9/11 attacks, telling how it shaped their choices, their decisions andRead More →

Christopher Candito in court on Friday by: David Charns Posted: Oct 14, 2021 / 6:42 PM PDT / Update: Oct 14, 2021 / 6:55 PM PDT LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Former North Las Vegas firefighter charged with providing the drugs that led to his wife’s overdose death and trading drugsRead More →

Lifeguards are rightly honored for their exploits – especially after a summer of tough rips and daring rescues on the Jersey Shore – but in Seaside Heights, there’s another layer of protection for those struggling in the waves. . The Seaside Heights Water Rescue Team, part of the Seaside HeightsRead More →

Captain Phil Hasier of the Merrillville Fire Department reads a chapter from “Charlotte’s Web” to students at Iddings Elementary School as part of… MERRILLVILLE – The Merrillville Fire Department and a local elementary school are teaming up to teach students and families the benefits of reading aloud and show howRead More →

The Waco Fire Department is launching an EMS bike team on Wednesday, to provide faster, more efficient emergency services during special events. The fire department will field four Cannondale Trail mountain bikes, each bike will be fitted with life-saving trauma equipment such as automated external defibrillators, oxygen and bandages. BicyclesRead More →

Covington firefighter Stu Johnson slipped out of his Air-Pak and bent down, sweat literally streaming down his forehead and hitting the tiled floor. Covington Fire Lt. Mike Davis, left, urges firefighter Stu Johnson as they prepare for Sunday’s fight for the aerial climb (photos provided) He was hot and hisRead More →