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.
The Columbus firefighters' union is protesting a city plan to cut the number of paramedics.
Columbus fire officials say a 12-year-old boy was critically burned in a house fire he started last night.
A Columbus firefighter is accused of having sex at his fire station with an 18-year-old woman over a period of nearly two years.
An internal investigation shows several Columbus fire officials hit speeds over 100 miles per hour going to emergencies this year, raising questions about public safety.
Columbus fire officials are searching for the cause of a South side house fire that broke out early this morning.
An 8-year-old Columbus boy is in the hospital after setting a South Hamilton Road home on fire yesterday.
Columbus Fire investigators say the person who left unmarked bottles of chemicals outside a Northwest side apartment will not face criminal charges.
No injuries are reported out of a fire at an automobile dealership on Sawmill Road on Thursday.
Columbus fire officials say arson is the cause of a blaze at a vacant duplex on South Eureka Avenue early this morning.
The Columbus Division of Fire has a new cell phone app that sends text alerts to CPR-certified subscribers when someone is having a heart attack.
The Columbus Division of Fire says there will be more paramedics on duty when the community needs them most.
A Columbus arson investigator is on administrative duty after an alleged road rage incident.
Columbus Fire officials say a vacant house fire on the west side is a case of arson.