D.C. Officer Injured After Cruiser Struck by FiretruckA D.C. police officer is injured after his patrol car was struck by a firetruck Monday afternoon.
Audit: D.C. Fire Hasn't Made Many Recommended ReformsAn audit finds that the District of Columbia's fire department hasn't carried out more than a dozen reforms recommended after the 2006 death of a mugging victim dismissed as drunk by emergency crews.
2 Killed in 2-Alarm Fire in NW D.C. IdentifiedTwo people are dead following a two-alarm fire at a three-story townhouse in the 1600 block of Riggs Place NW in D.C.
Family of Man Who Died of Heart Attack in Front of Firehouse Sues D.C.Last January, 77-year-old Cecil Mills collapsed and died of a heart attack -- allegedly as firefighters in a firehouse across the street looked on.
Source: 3 Adults Killed in Woodley Park Fire Were Bound; Died of Head InjuriesThree adults found dead inside a Woodley Park home that was "intentionally set" on fire last week were bound and died of blunt force trauma to the head, WNEW's John Domen reports.
Police Seek Person of Interest in NW FirePolice are looking for a person of interest related to the killing of a married couple, their 10-year-old son and a housekeeper in Northwest D.C. last week.
D.C. Firefighter Dies in Line of DutyA District of Columbia firefighter has died of injuries sustained while fighting a fire in a high-rise apartment building.
81-Year-Old D.C. Woman Killed in House FireAn 81-year-old woman is dead after an early-morning fire on Monday in Northwest, D.C.
D.C. Increasing Ambulance Deployment During Peak DemandDistrict of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser is increasing the number of ambulances on city streets during times of peak demand to deal with ever-increasing 911 call volumes.
D.C. Mayor Bowser Orders Fire to Stop Encrypting RadiosD.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has ordered the District's fire department to stop encrypting firefighter radios following last month's fatal Metro smoke incident.
7 D.C. Ladder Trucks Fail Inspection, Out of Service Seven of 17 ladder trucks with the D.C. fire department have failed inspection and have been taken out of service.
Rookie D.C. Firefighter Saves Elderly Woman From House FireA 19-year-old who has only been with the D.C. Fire and EMS Department for a few months is being hailed as a hero after battling an intense house fire to save an elderly woman trapped in her room.

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