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Edison Park »

Messmer will recognize first responders, including Henry Hugel, at Saturday's Wolves game.

Auburn Gresham »

There were no injuries and the fire was confined to one unit of the five-story building, officials said.

River North »

"Drunk is not an excuse," said the president of the firefighters union after an incident in River North.

Gage Park »

A federal report criticized the Chicago Fire Department in the death of Capt. Herbert Johnson a year ago.

Lincoln Park »

Five students were hospitalized after a chemistry experiment went wrong Monday, officials said.

Roseland »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said legal woes halted Fire Department hires, but police OT was a deliberate decision.

Edgewater »

Capt. Michael Wielgat's firefighting device is used in Chicago, New York and maybe soon overseas.

Downtown »

Fire Commissioner Jose Santiago called the inspector general's audit on response times "inaccurate."

Rogers Park »

Two church members who were inside the building when the fire broke out said there were no injuries.

Pullman »

Edison Park, a haven for firefighters, also had poor response times for fires and medical emegencies.

Englewood »

The truck landed on the tracks on the Dan Ryan Expy. near 68th Street, but the trains are running.

Downtown »

But the city's Inspector General said 82 percent of fire responses were within 5-1/2 minutes.

Englewood »

The cause of the blaze has not been determined, but a fire official said it does not appear suspicious.

Englewood »

The 11-month-old girl and 49-year-old woman died in a fire in the 6700 block of South Emerald Avenue.

Woodlawn »

Five people were taken to local hospitals following the accident, officials said.