They’re a family of entrepreneurs, but their real passion is fighting fires. Together one Mayer family is celebrating a century of service to their local fire department.
The 15th Governor’s Fire Prevention Day brought the heat to an already scorching day at the Minnesota State Fair. The event is meant to inform the public about fire prevention, but also how to react if a fire were to break out.
A hang-up 911 call Wednesday afternoon led officers to an Eagan residence on the 1700 block of Deerwood Drive where police learned a man was barricaded in the home and had made threats.
A new comprehensive report is helping the Minneapolis Fire Department plan for its future. For the last year, Emergency Services Consulting International (ESCI) has taken a close look at all areas of the department.
Firefighters in full response gear will be roaming the halls of the State Capitol but it’s not because of any emergency.
It’s practically every little boy’s dream — to be a firefighter. The childhood wish realized for a Forest Lake boy, who has had his share of hardship in his nine short years of life.
With more snow on the way a fire in Coon Rapids Sunday afternoon is a good reminder of why you need to keep fire hydrants clear of snow.
You may have heard before of old fire trucks being auctioned off for scrap metal or parts. That’s not the case with a 23-year-old Minneapolis Fire Department pumper truck. The City of Minneapolis donated it to its sister city in Kenya.