2-Year-Old Golden Retriever Helps Comfort Firefighters Battling WildfiresAs firefighters in California battle wildfires, Kerith the Golden Retriever is there to help them decompress.
Pittsburgh-Area Fire Departments 'Struggle' To Adjust To No Fundraising EventsAs the pandemic continues to force groups to cancel or postpone events, local fire departments are losing a key source of income through fundraisers.
Local Firefighters Learn New Skills During Firefighter Survival WeekendLocal firefighters from multiple counties are participating in a firefighter survival weekend.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Local Fire Departments Facing Financial Troubles Due To Decrease In FundraisingThe coronavirus outbreak continues to drain the finances of fire stations across the region.
Coronavirus In Lawrence County: 2 New Castle Firefighters Quarantined After Responding To COVID-19 Patient Who Died Days LaterTwo New Castle firefighters are in quarantine after they responded to a call for a patient who hadn't yet tested positive for COVID-19, but died in the hospital a few days later.
'It Could Have Catastrophic Consequences': Pittsburgh First Responders Looking For Protection To Exposure During Coronavirus PandemicFirst responders say they are frustrated during the coronavirus pandemic because they are not getting the information they need.
Local Restaurant Provides Food For Fire DepartmentsThe Club at Nevillewood catered for local firefighters on Saturday to thank them for working during the coronavirus.
'We Are All Having A Problem': Volunteer Fire Departments In Pennsylvania Struggling To Attract More VolunteersVolunteer fire departments in Pennsylvania are struggling to attract volunteers.
$18K Raised For Firefighters Who Tried Saving Dog From BlazeA Pennsylvania man whose home was destroyed in a September fire has raised $18,000 to thank the firefighters who extinguished the flames and tried to save his dog.
Pa. Volunteer Firefighter Departments Receive $60M In State AidPennsylvania volunteer fire departments received almost $60 million in state aid, a $5 million increase from last year.
MSA Safety Partners With A Non-Profit Group To Live The Life Of A FirefighterThere is an old adage that says to truly understand another person you need to walk a mile in their shoes.