D.C. Settles Long-Running Lawsuit Over Firefighters' OvertimeThe District of Columbia government has agreed to pay city firefighters $45 million in back overtime.
D.C.'s Blue Mass Honors Fallen Police Officers and FirefightersHundreds attended the 21st Annual Blue Mass to honor fallen police officers and firefighters at St. Patrick's Cathedral on Tuesday.
Baltimore Restaurants Offering Free Food to First RespondersA number of restaurants are giving free meals to police, firefighters and National Guardsmen who are out on the streets of Baltimore responding to the aftermath of massive riots.
Firefighters Save Man From Annapolis CreekFirefighters have saved a man from an Annapolis creek.
2 Baltimore Co. Firefighters Suspended Amid Sexual Misconduct InvestigationTwo Baltimore County firefighters have been suspended without pay amid an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct.
D.C. Fire Chief: All Firefighters to Get Metro TrainingWashington's fire chief says all the city's firefighters will be trained on how to respond to emergencies on the subway system.
Fire Crew Helps D.C. Couple Marry After Winter Weather StrikesA group of northern Virginia firefighters are used to being called heroes. Now they're being called romantics.
Union Leaders: D.C. Firefighters Still Having Radio ProblemsUnion leaders say emergency responders are still having communication problems in Washington subway tunnels in the wake of a fatal accident on the system last month.
Montgomery County Firefighters Discover Metro Radio TroubleMontgomery County fire officials say they've discovered trouble using their radios in some portions of the Metro system, an issue that follows similar problems for District of Columbia firefighters, but Metro officials say the problem has since been fixed.
Prince George's Fire Station Takes in Lost DogFirefighters in Prince George's County are taking care of someone's four-legged friend they say was found walking alone near their fire station the night before Thanksgiving.
Woman Injured, 6 Cats Dead After McLean Fire Firefighters were able to revive one dog and one cat.
Union Leader: Navy Firefighters Had Faulty RadiosA union leader for a civilian Navy fire department that responded to the Washington Navy Yard shooting says faulty radios hindered emergency communications among some of the responders.
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