$3.8M In Back Pension Payments For Female Black FirefightersFive years ago, the city agreed to hire 111 African-American firefighters bypassed by the city’s discriminatory handling of a 1995 firefighters entrance exam.
2 Men Critically Hurt In Crash With Firetruck In West Rogers ParkTwo men were critically injured when the vehicle they were in hit a firetruck early Saturday in the West Rogers Park neighborhood on the North Side.
May Fundraiser To Help Families Of Fallen First RespondersThey gave their lives on the job, and now you can help give back to their families. The 100 Club has kicked off a month-long fundraiser to assist the survivors of first responders who have died in the line of duty.
Illinois Mayors, Firefighters Want Hearing On Bill To Protect First Responders From LawsuitsThe bill has sat dormant in committee since being introduced Feb. 19.
VIDEO: Dog Saved From Burning House By Hero FirefightersDramatic video shows firefighters rescuing a dog from a burning home.
Waukegan Firefighters Rescue Kitten Stuck In Drain PipeWhile Waukegan police continue to investigate the apparent hanging of a cat last week, some firefighters in that same far northern suburb rescued a trapped kitten on Monday.
Suburban Firefighters To Get Special Training On Treating Dementia PatientsDementia is estimated to affect about 5 million Americans and, next Wednesday, some members of the Lake Zurich Fire Department will be trained in some of the best ways to handle dementia patients.
New Research Suggests Why Firefighters Are Prone To Certain CancersCBS 2's Chris Martinez follows up on why the first-responders are so vulnerable.
Displaced Chicagoan: Firefighters Said My House Was OK, Before It Burned DownFirefighters initially came to Janice Hooper's house after she smelled something burning and called 9-1-1 late Wednesday night. Hooper says they searched the house, found no heat source and left. Soon, the house burned down.
Matteson May Slash Police, Fire BudgetThis town of 20,000 is facing the real possibility of a 50 percent cut in police and fire services before long. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
Memorial Walls Honors City's Fallen Black FirefightersThe Chicago Fire Department has dedicated a new memorial wall, honoring the city’s first all-black firehouse.
Judge Won't Speed Up North Riverside's Attempt To Privatize Fire Dept.An attorney for a suburban firefighters union said they will continue their fight against an attempt by the village of North Riverside to privatize its fire department.