Chicago Firefighter Struck, Killed Wife With SUV In What Was Ruled Accident; High-Ranking Officials Take Issue With How Matter Was HandledControversy is brewing inside the Chicago Fire Department about a tragic incident that happened on Labor Day weekend.
Homeless Encampment Catches Fire Under Kennedy ExpresswayFlames broke out Monday morning around 10:00. No one was hurt.
Lawndale Fire Kills One ManFour other people were able to get out in time and were not hurt.
Chicago Firefighters Hospitalized After Responding To Fire In Little ItalyTwo Chicago firefighters were rushed to the hospital after he was injured while responding to a fire in Little Italy Friday night.
Firefighters Respond To Fire On Ewing AvenueNo word yet on how the fire started.
1 Injured After Fire In Vacant Building In LawndaleA fire broke out at a vacant building in the Lawndale neighborhood early Monday morning.
Mayor, Firefighters' Union Sign New Contract, With $95 Million In Back Pay, But Next Round Of Negotiations Only Six Months OffRank-and-file firefighters’ previous contract with the city expired in 2017, so the new deal lasts only through next June, and negotiations on the next contract will begin in March.
Woman Suffers Graze Wound, Firehouse And Other Buildings Struck By Bullets In West Rogers Park ShootingOne woman suffered a graze wound, and several buildings were struck by bullets including a firehouse, when at least one person opened fire in West Rogers Park early Sunday.
Car Strikes CFD Fire Truck In CraginA man driving a stolen car struck the back of a Chicago Fire Department fire truck Tuesday night.
Chicago Firefighter Sounds Alarm, Says Administering Promotion Test During Pandemic May Be DangerousAlarms were going off for some Chicago firefighters this week. First, there was a COVID-19 outbreak at the Quinn Fire Academy, and now, hundreds are expected to gather in one spot to take a test.
CFD's Quinn Fire Academy Shut Down After COVID-19 Outbreak Among Students, InstructorsThe Chicago Fire Academy has been shut down after at least 20 students and two instructors tested positive for COVID-19, a CFD source told CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov.
Mayor Lightfoot Said Last Year That More Ambulances Would Be Coming With New Fire Contract, But Now They're Not
Mayor Lightfoot Names Head Of New Office Of Public Safety Administration; Public Library Commissioner Andrea Telli RetiringMayor Lori Lightfoot is losing a member of her cabinet, but gaining another.
No Injuries In Chinatown FireOne woman was inside, but she was checked out by medics and is expected to be okay.
Fire Department Has To Hose Down 100th Street Bridge Amid HeatIt was so hot Wednesday afternoon that the 100th Street Bridge over the Calumet River had to be hosed down.