Sacramento Firefighters Deployed To Hawaii To Help With Hurricane Response Returning HomeFirefighters who were deployed to Hawaii in anticipation of Hurricane Douglas making landfall are coming back home Wednesday night.
Tree Trimmer Who Died Working Near Power Lines Above Land Park Home IdentifiedA contractor who died after an incident involving power lines above a Land Park home last week has been identified as 42-year-old Liberio Bahena Bravo. 
Contractor Working Above Land Park Home Dies After Incident With Power LinesA contractor has died after an incident involving power lines above a Land Park home late Thursday morning.
Firefighters Knock Down Trailer Fire In North SacramentoSacramento City firefighters responded to a trailer fire on Sonoma Avenue Wednesday afternoon. 
36 Sacramento Fire Recruits Graduate Early To Help Get Department Through Coronavirus CrisisSacramento Fire Department has gained 36 new firefighters who graduated early to help the department meet the coronavirus crisis. 
Firefighters Working To Stay Safe While Responding To Emergency CallsThe Sacramento City Fire Department says calls for medical emergencies have gone down by 20% since Coronavirus hit Sacramento.
Sacramento Fire Department Member Tests Positive For CoronavirusA member of the Sacramento Fire Department has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Fire Damages Victorian Home In SacramentoFire damaged a Victorian-style home in Sacramento on Thursday morning. 
Sacramento City Councilmember Pushing To Have Fire Department Pulled From Reality TV ShowSacramento City Councilmember Steve Hansen feels that the show is a dose of reality that isn’t needed.
Battalion Chief Witnesses Arson Suspect Setting Fire To Newspaper StandMark McDanal, 36, was arrested Tuesday night after reportedly setting fire to the contents of a newspaper stand. 
Fire Departments Working To Prevent Suicide Among FirefightersTwice as many firefighters in the U.S. die by suicide than in the line of duty. Now fire departments are sounding the alarm.