Staffing Changes At St. Paul FD Could Mean Longer Response TimesThe heat usually adds up to more medical calls for first responders. Some St. Paul firefighters say staffing changes could mean it will take them longer to get there.
Officials: Man Rescued From Mississippi River In St. PaulA man has been rescued from the Mississippi River in St. Paul Thursday morning, according to the St. Paul Fire Department.
How To Make Sure Your Smoke Alarm Is Keeping You SafeUnless you've burned dinner recently, you likely haven't given your smoke detectors a second thought.
St. Paul FD: Woman Rescued After Fall From River BluffSt. Paul firefighters rescued a woman who fell from a bluff near Indian Mounds Park Saturday afternoon. Crews responded to an area near Mounds Boulevard and Plum Street just before 4:30 p.m.
Employee Killed In Fire At St. Paul DeliAn employee at a St. Paul deli was killed after fire broke out there early Thursday morning. According to the St. Paul Fire Department, around 1:30 a.m. crews were called to a commercial building fire in the 1050 block of Western Avenue North.
Man Smoking In Wheelchair Saved By Sprinkler In St. Paul Apartment FireA man in his 50s has a sprinkler to thank after it likely saved his life during an apartment fire on Tuesday in St. Paul.
Car Smashes Into St. Paul Home, No InjuriesThe St. Paul Police Department says it's looking for the driver of a car that smashed into a home on Hoyt Avenue Saturday night.
Charges: Man Stole Radio From St. Paul Fire Department AmbulanceA 22-year-old St. Paul man is accused of stealing equipment from an ambulance while it was on a call on Saturday, according to charges filed in Ramsey County Court.
St. Paul Home Damaged In Fire, No InjuriesAuthorities say there were no injuries but a St. Paul home suffered significant damage in a fire Sunday afternoon. The St. Paul Fire Department responded to a house fire at 881 Desoto in St. Paul at about 3 p.m.
Supreme Court Won't Hear Appeal To Require Fire Sprinklers In New MN HomesFire officials hoping to make Minnesotans safer by requiring sprinklers in new homes were delivered a blow this week. The Minnesota Supreme Court decided not to review a decision made by a lower court regarding those sprinklers being part of the Minnesota State Building Code.
85-Year-Old Woman Killed, 3 Injured In Head-On CrashSt. Paul fire officials say they needed to extract victims involved in a fatal two-car crash Monday morning. According to the St. Paul police, the crash occurred at about 11 a.m. One vehicle was traveling east on Pennsylvania Avenue near Interstate 35E.
St. Paul Firefighters Hold Live Demonstrations For Fire Prevention WeekHours after putting out the flames of a recycling plant fire, St. Paul firefighters are trying to keep others from igniting. Saturday marks the end of Fire Prevention Week.

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