A Los Angeles firefighter's kind gesture is being hailed as "a little gift from God" after he was seen cheering up a young boy at the hospital.
Two people were killed Tuesday when a vehicle crashed into the backyard of a home in the La Verne area.
Los Angeles Fire Department arson investigators are looking into what caused a fire at auction warehouse.
Officials said one person is dead and three others injured after falling 300 feet down a cliff in Palos Verdes Estates.
The LAFD rescued a man who fell down 200 feet into an embankment in Porter Ranch.
The autopsy report of Jonathan Flagler, the Los Angeles County firefighter killed earlier this year while fighting a fire in Rancho Palos Verdes was released Wednesday.
One person is dead and two other people were hospitalized Monday morning suspected of overdosing on fentanyl in the area of Broadway-Manchester.
Firefighters discussed the dramatic dog rescue in the LA River.
Crews with the Los Angeles Fire Department have safely pulled a dog named Scooby out of the Los Angles River in a dramatic rescue mission.
Kristin Crowley was sworn in Friday as the first female and first openly gay chief of the Los Angeles Fire Department.
An investigation found Deputy Chief Fred Mathis was likely while overseeing LAFD's operation during the Palisades Fire, but cleared of any wrongdoing.
The LA City Council unanimously approved the appointment of Kristin Crowley as the first woman to lead the Los Angeles Fire Department. She starts March 26.
"This is another in a long line of cases that challenges vaccination mandates. No court has upheld such a challenge," the judge wrote. "This case is equally without merit."
Los Angeles Fire Captain Steven McCann died at a hospital after suffering a medical emergency while on duty, authorities said Thursday.
Kristin Crowley was nominated to be the first-ever female LAFD Chief.
Kristin Crowley was nominated to be the first-ever female LAFD Chief Tuesday morning.
The City of Los Angeles is seeing a high volume of first responders calling in sick.
Mayor Eric Garcetti spoke alongside the chiefs of the Los Angeles fire and police departments Thursday to assure the public that the departments remain at adequate staffing levels to keep Angelenos safe, despite hundreds of personnel quarantining at home after testing positive for COVID-19.
Officials said Thursday that 505 LAPD and 299 LAFD employees are currently out of action due to COVID-19.