Sacramento Metro Fire Department
Firefighters are investigating the cause of a house fire in south Sacramento this morning where pot plants were growing.
Firefighters are investigating the cause of a Citrus Heights house fire on Tuesday morning.
Employees at the Franchise Tax Board in Sacramento are back at work after being evacuated of over a strange substance that turned out to be dog poop.
Sacramento county sheriff deputies are trying to figure out how a thief was able to steal a Sacramento Metro Fire pick-up truck from a corporate yard in Rancho Cordova.
Three people were taken to the hospital, including one firefighter, after an early morning fire at an apartment complex in Citrus Heights on Tuesday morning.
A sneaky feline was able to find her newborn kittens after firefighters spent the afternoon searching underground for them in Carmichael.
A fast-moving grass fire spread to a nearby Rancho Cordova home when a quick-thinking neighbor grabbed a hose and tried to put the flames out.
Firefighters are calling a fire at an apartment building in Sacramento suspicious.
CBS13’s Ron Jones went inside an intense fire training with Metro Fire to see firsthand to what conditions firefighters are subject.
It took more than 90 Sacramento Metro firefighters to put out a two-alarm fire burning for nearly three hours on Watt Avenue.
Two dogs found lifeless inside of a burning Rancho Cordova mobile home were rescued by firefighters who used CPR to save them.
Firefighters went to great lengths not just to save a dog that became caught in a drainage ditch, but to keep it from ever happening again.