A Columbus firefighter who was terminated for having sex with a teen girl at his firehouse will not get his job back.
Columbus fire officials say four children and six adults were treated at local hospitals this morning for injuries sustained in a three-alarm fire at a North side apartment complex.
Columbus fire officials say a man died yesterday after falling into a storage bin full of sand at a Franklin Township business.
Columbus Division of Fire officials are pulling a half-dozen brand new fire trucks off the streets.
Columbus fire division teams will resume their search today for a man who is believed to have drowned at a quarry on the South side yesterday.
Columbus safety director Mitch Brown has demoted to lieutenant a Columbus fire battalion chief for his role in covering up a firehouse sex scandal.
Columbus fire investigators suspect arson is the cause of a vacant house fire early this morning in Franklinton.
Columbus fire officials have identified the man killed in a house fire on Sunday on the Southeast side.
Columbus fire officials say classes will resume today at Weinland Park Elementary School after a natural gas leak yesterday forced its evacuation.
Columbus fire officials say one firefighter sustained minor injuries early this morning when the ceiling of a North side home that was on on fire fell on top of him.
A Columbus Fire Battalion Chief is facing discipline for his role in a firehouse sex scandal.
A Columbus fire official is facing discipline for failing to report a firefighter's on-duty sexual misconduct.
Columbus firefighters say eight people living in a south side home have been hospitalized for carbon monoxide poisoning.
Termination has been recommended for a Columbus firefighter accused of engaging in sexual misconduct while on duty.
Assistant Columbus Fire Chief David Whiting has been reassigned to the fire prevention bureau.
Columbus fire officials are searching for the cause of an early morning blaze at a West side home.
Columbus fire officials say a faulty light bulb is to blame for a fire at a North side paint factory yesterday.
The union representing a Columbus arson investigator is appealing the 80 hour suspension he served last month for ordering a motorist out of a car at gunpoint and putting him in handcuffs.
Columbus fire officials are holding off on a test of a new staffing plan after hearing complaints from the firefighters' union.
No injuries are reported out of a railroad tanker car derailment yesterday on the South side.