Burbank Firefighters Extinguish House Fire

21 firefighters responded to the house fire in the 1800 block of Maple St. One woman at the scene was treated for smoke inhalation

Through Mutual Aid, Burbank Never Stands Alone

With a mutual aid system in place, both Burbank Police and Fire are ready to assist or ask from assistance from other agencies in emergencies

Community Emergency Response Team Trains Residents

Eighteen people have gathered at the Burbank Fire Training Center for the last four Saturdays, for seven hours each day to train to help in disasters

Burbank Neighborhoods Celebrate National Night Out

On Tuesday Burbank residents, police, fire, and city agencies got out joining more than 16,000 communities around the United States for the NNO.

Three Injured In Burbank House Fire

Three people were treated by paramedics after a house fire started at the 1300 block of Chandler

House Fire Quickly Extinguished By Firefighters

Burbank Firefighters make quick work of house fire Friday night

Business Robbed at Gunpoint, Firebombed

After three men reportedly robbed a San Fernando liquor store, they threw an incendiary device inside lighting the store on fire

Burbank Resident and Former Firefighter Bill Jensen the Reason Behind Firefighters Quest

This year's rally collected well over $110,000 for burn survivors, which will even help a Frenso firefighter who recently fell through the roof of a garage fire

Small House Fire Knocked Down Quickly

A dryer fire inside of a house on Clybourn was knocked down quickly by firefighters Tuesday afternoon

Burbank Firefighters Ask for Your Help to Fill The Boot

All donations fill the boot which in turn makes a positive difference in helping many people's lives

Injured Hiker Airlifted From Wildwood Canyon Trail

Firefighters use USAR training along with helicopter hoist operation to rescue injured hiker

Fire Engineer Kevin Deagon Honored With Department’s Distinguished Act Award

Engineer Deagon, through his personal actions under hazardous conditions, contributed to the best possible care for a patient and the Burbank Community.

Bob Hope Airport Conducts FAA Required Emergency Drill

Burbank Fire trains and prepares for an airplane crash while additional fire agencies gain valuable experience.