2 Investigators: Chicago Firefighter Accused Of Profiting Off Of Fire VictimsHe's a Chicago firefighter and public servant, someone of trust. However questions are being raised about his side job for a company that does fire repairs.
Questions Surround Accident After Deputy Fire Commissioner’s ResignationOne of Chicago's top firefighters has resigned after a crash that sources say may have involved alcohol.
One Dead In SRO Blaze That Injures Chicago FirefighterThe fire occurred around 10 p.m. on the second floor of a transient hotel in the 300 block of North Central Avenue.
Firefighters, Civilian Hurt In Fire Engine Crash In West EnglewoodAt least three firefighters and one civilian were injured Thursday morning, when a fire engine crashed near a firehouse in Englewood.
CFD: Massive Flea Market Fire Was AccidentalFederal officials lent their expertise to the investigation, following a fire that wiped out a West Side complex.
Chicago Firefighters Save Five Cats In Northwest Side BlazeThe fire's cause is believed to be a barbecue.
Police Officer Injured, Two Residents Rescued In South Side Fire
Chicago Firefighters Deliver Christmas Gifts Meant For Sick Kids At Illinois MasonicFor the 14th year in a row, Chicago firefighters today brought a delivery of toys meant for children at Illinois Masonic Medical Center for Christmas and the coming months.
Thousands Gather At Funeral For Fallen Firefighter Daniel CapuanoHundreds of firefighters were expected to line the funeral route of fallen Chicago Firefighter/Paramedic Daniel Capuano, who died in a fall down an unmarked and unprotected open elevator shaft while fighting a fire in the South Chicago neighborhood on Monday.
Daughter Of Chicago Firefighter Who Died In Blaze Five Years Ago Calls For Tougher Penalties Against Building Owners Daughter of a Chicago firefighter who died in the line of duty five years ago is asking why it had to happen again this week, and is calling for tougher penalties against the landlords whose buildings burn.
City Taking Owner Of Warehouse To Court After Firefighter's Death The city of Chicago is hauling the owner of the warehouse where a firefighter died into court on Thursday after outlining numerous violations the city says makes the building a hazard to anyone who enters.
City: Unauthorized Elevator Work Was Being Done At Building Where Firefighter Fell To His DeathThe Chicago Fire Department says the firefighter fell down the open elevator shaft and there were no barriers around it.

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