Sacramento Fire Department
A dumpster fire torched the side of a gas station mini-mart overnight, another in a rash of small fires crews have had to put out this week.
Authorities are asking area residents to be on the lookout for a scammer claiming to be collecting money for injured firefighters.
Firefighters say no working smoke alarm was found in an apartment that caught fire late Saturday morning.
Authorities are crediting a chocolate Labrador with saving the life of a Sacramento man after it alerted him to a fire inside a home that appeared not to have a smoke detector.
The car plowed through the front windows and ended up all the way inside the restaurant, causing major structural damage according to firefighters.
A fire along La Fresa Court has left 15 people homeless Saturday afternoon.
The fire broke out this afternoon and did not damage any structures. But when things seemed to be quieting down in the battle against the 30-acre blaze, flames got into live power lines, causing them to arc.
Sacramento City Fire crews are – for the first time – using drones to get a unique and educational vantage point.
Crews are battling a house fire that has gone to two-alarms Wednesday afternoon.
Firefighters are unable to determine the exact cause of a wildland fire that burned dangerously close to Cal Expo on Friday.
Sacramento Fire Department investigators are looking into what caused a fire that burned along the American River Bike Trail near Cal Expo overnight.
The fire broke out on Stockton Boulevard and quickly spread to other buildings and abandoned cars. The area was filled with vacant homes and debris, creating a difficult situation for first responders.