A firefighter suffered a minor injury and a family is without a home after a fire in Maple Grove early Sunday morning. Crews were called to Willowby Crossing around 6 a.m. after a neighbor initially reported an explosion.
High winds and dry conditions made for a challenging past couple days for Minnesota firefighters. The Isanti Fire District says crews battled blazes in Bradford and Athens townships in Isanti County Thursday.
Officials say a veteran firefighter died from an unknown illness while on a medical-emergency call north of Duluth. According to the Minnesota State Fire Department Association, 57-year-old Randy Hiti of the Rice Lake Fire Department was responding to a call Wednesday night when he suffered a medical episode at his home.
A 32-year-old Duluth firefighter is facing four criminal charges after police say they found child pornography on his electronic devices. Caleb Stuart Lofald of Hermantown is charged with felony second-degree criminal sexual conduct, felony possession of pictorial representation of minors, felony interference with privacy against a minor under 18 and misdemeanor interference with privacy.
A Golden Valley firefighter is recovering from minor injuries after responding to a fire that destroyed a home. The flames ignited around 4:30 a.m. Sunday on Parkview Terrace in Golden Valley. Crews remained on scene for several hours putting out the flames and preventing flare-ups.
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.
A White Bear Lake firefighter who vowed to camp out until a U-Haul was completely filled with donations for the area food shelf has reached his goal – all before Sunday football. On Friday, firefighter Jeff Loeks said he wouldn’t leave downtown White Bear Lake until the U-Haul was filled with donations intended for the White Bear Area Food Shelf.
A Twin Cities fire fighter is preparing for a very uncomfortable few days in the name of charity.
St. Paul, which has one of the largest concentrations of Hmong people living in the United States, is finally getting its first Hmong firefighter. Tou Lo graduates Friday from the St. Paul fire academy. He said that his career path was inspired by a documentary about New York City firefighters responding to the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
A family in western Minnesota is dealing with a tragic loss. The bodies of two of their children, who were unaccounted for after a fire started in their home, have been recovered.
Two children are still unaccounted for following a residential fire in rural Lucan Wednesday afternoon, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
The funeral was held today for a firefighter who was killed in a deadly crash.
A Plymouth man says good timing saved his life. Ken Hunze was riding his bike around Medicine Lake when he suffered a heart attack.
The five firefighters injured in Sunday’s south Minneapolis church fire have been identified.
A veteran Minneapolis firefighter has been charged with fifth-degree possession after police found meth in his locker.
A Minneapolis firefighter has been arrested in a narcotics investigation, accused of having meth on him — at his station.
A St. Paul firefighter is recovering from second degree burns Monday after his fellow firefighters had to rescue him inside a burning home.
It’s been almost a year, but now a Minneapolis firefighter is back on the job — with a special gift.
Authorities are trying to figure out what caused the death of a Glenwood firefighter on Monday, Fire Chief Dale Danter confirmed on Tuesday.
The death of a Cambridge firefighter who died after a training exercise has officially been ruled an accident.
A Cambridge firefighter was killed during a training accident Monday night.
A Cambridge firefighter was critically hurt in a training accident Monday night.
Duluth firefighters have rescued a man clinging to an overturned kayak in Lake Superior.
A Minneapolis firefighter who was severely burned in a house fire last summer is a finalist for the “America’s Most Wanted” All-Star Contest.
Among all the firefighters and other first responders in the country, a Minneapolis firefighter is in the running to be named one of the best.