One Person Taken To Hospital After Fire On Gibson StreetA man collapsed from a heart attack after escaping a house fire early on Thursday morning.
Pittsburgh Firefighter First Woman Promoted To Lieutenant Since 1995Pittsburgh Public Safety held a pair of ceremonies today for the swearing-in of new EMTs and paramedics.
Remembering The Three Pittsburgh Firefighters Killed 26 Years Ago In Bricelyn Street BlazeFebruary 14 is a horrible day in Pittsburgh history. 26 years ago, three Pittsburgh firefighters died on a house fire in the East Hills.
One Person Killed In Overnight Brighton Heights FireAn overnight fire in Pittsburgh's Brighton Heights neighborhood has left a woman dead along with her dog.
Firefighter In Stable Condition After Responding To Fire In GreenfieldA firefighter sustained an ankle injury while battling a house fire in Greenfield.
Pittsburgh Public Safety Contains Vacant House Fire In HazelwoodFirefighters are working to contain a fire on Cust Street near Glenwood Avenue.
Hundreds Of Pittsburgh Public Safety Jobs Could Be In Jeopardy Without Federal FundingHundreds of jobs across police, fire, and EMS in Pittsburgh could be in jeopardy without federal funding.
Driver, Passenger Transported To Hospital After Vehicle Crashes Into Pittsburgh Fire StationTwo people were taken to an area hospital after a vehicle they were in crashed into a Pittsburgh fire station.
Changes Coming To Public Safety In Wake Of KDKA Investigation Into River Turf BattleIn the wake of KDKA's investigation into the turf battle between the Pittsburgh Fire Bureau’s fireboat and EMS River Rescue, Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich is instituting a series of reforms to ensure public accountability.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto Says Turf War Between EMS River Rescue, Fireboat Needs To Be SettledMayor Bill Peduto wants a turf battle between EMS River Rescue and the city’s fireboat crew to be settled for the good of public safety.
KDKA Investigates: Is A Public Safety Turf Battle On The Three Rivers Short-Changing The Public?A public safety turf battle between the Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire and EMS River Rescue could be causing the public and taxpayers to be short-changed.