Six Pittsburgh Fire Stations In Line To Be RemodeledThe Pittsburgh Department of Public Works is seeking approval to remodel six Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire stations.
Wreath-Laying Ceremony Marks 15 Years Since Fatal Hill District Church FireThe Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire held a memorial wreath-laying ceremony at Ebenezer Baptist Church in the Hill District on Saturday morning.
Firefighters Rescue Dog Stuck On Porch RoofPittsburgh firefighters rescued a dog that got stuck on a roof Wednesday evening.
KDKA Investigates: Concerns Growing About Pittsburgh Fireboat's Maintenance Costs, UsageThere was a lot of excitement when the city announced last year that it was getting its first fireboat in more than 40 years.
Data Tool Created By CMU Student Helps Predict Fire-Prone Buildings In PittsburghA data tool created by a Carnegie Mellon doctoral student is helping the City of Pittsburgh with fire prevention and safety. 
KDKA Investigates: Fire Officials Making Push To Have All Buildings Retrofitted With Sprinkler SystemsAfter last spring's fatal fire at Midtown Towers downtown, fire officials are making a push to have all buildings retrofitted with sprinkler systems.
Fire Bureau’s New Boat Named After Iconic PittsburgherThe Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire has a new fireboat, and it’s named after an iconic Pittsburgher.
Arson Dog To Join Ranks Of Pittsburgh Bureau Of FireA new investigator will be joining the ranks of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire, but it's not your typical firefighter.
Fire Bureau Officials Praise Firefighters Who Fought Liberty Bridge BlazePittsburgh firefighters did an incredible job under difficult conditions last week, when they put of the intense and massive fire on the Liberty Bridge.
Sprinklers Put Out Small Fire In U.S. Steel TowerPittsburgh firefighters responded to the U.S. Steel Tower early Sunday morning only to find the fire extinguished when they got there.
Police: Firefighter Shoots Out Windows Of Home While Holding 18-Month OldA Pittsburgh firefighter has been placed on leave after shooting out the window of a Reserve Township home early Wednesday morning.