Pittsburgh Fire Bureau
Pittsburgh firefighters go through a 32-week intensive course at the Fire Academy, before they ever answer a call.
Pittsburgh firefighters gained a new tool this week that’s proven to save lives, but then came some confusion about whether they could continue to use it.
Where there’s smoke there’s fire. But fog signals art, as Pittsburgh firefighters are quickly learning.
A two-story home in Carrick was destroyed by a smoky fire this afternoon.
City firefighters had to battl another fire in the extreme cold Saturday, as a house in Pittsburgh’s Brookline neighborhood went up in flames.
Firefighters were on the scene of a two-alarm fire at the home of a retired city fire captain.
A fire sent emergency crews to Morton’s Steakhouse in Downtown Pittsburgh Saturday evening.
Officials believe workers using a blowtorch may have sparked a fire that damaged a church in Pittsburgh’s Allentown section Thursday afternoon.
At least five people have been displaced as a result of a fire on the North Side Wednesday afternoon.
A four-alarm fire heavily damaged a home in Pittsburgh’s Brighton Heights section this afternoon.
At the Pittsburgh Fire Academy, 28 recruits — training to become firefighters — are drilled in all aspects of fire suppression.
The job can be dangerous and difficult for sure, but you might be surprised to find out that of the city’s top 100 paid employees last year, more than half were firefighters, each making more than $115,000.
Several City of Pittsburgh firefighters have filed a lawsuit, saying the sirens on their trucks were too loud and caused them hearing loss.
A City of Pittsburgh firefighter was arrested by police Wednesday night after they say he tried to rob a Uni-Mart store in the 1900-block of Brownsville Road in Carrick.
On Saturday morning in Carrick, a house caught on fire. The call went out at 6:18 a.m. The KDKA Investigators have obtained the dispatch tapes from the call.