Los Angeles city employees were given until mid-December to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19.
"We were delighted to hand back one of the nine lives to the cat and ultimately that was made possible thanks to the kit donated by the RSPCA," officials said.
"Some of the fires Maynard set were new fires behind the firefighters fighting the Dixie Fire," the justice department said.
Police in Georgia say Justin and Amber Hicks, both 31, were shot dead in Acworth by one or more "unknown assailants" who remain at large.
By 10:02 a.m., firefighters reported damaged fences at the venue and "no control of participants." Astroworld would come to an end at 10:15 p.m. that evening.
For the first time in its 29-year history the steamy calendar is being printed in Dallas for its American fans.
Numerous fire department crews in Virginia assisted in helping to rescue the two children.
Aqueous Film Forming Foam is a fire suppressant used by firefighters, military members and other first responders.
FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro called on his members to "come to their senses and stop using medical leave improperly" on Monday.
The fire began on August 14 and has destroyed 1,003 structures including homes and commercial buildings, and led to one death.
The Police Benevolent Association, the largest police union in New York City, argues that vaccinations are a "personal medical decision."
Crews used a camera to determine the exact location of the dog before guiding him out of the drainpipe.
The officer and firefighter had blurred vision and tingling hands after an encounter with a combative suspect at a pharmacy in downtown Los Angeles.
After burning for more than a week, officials predict that the blaze, which they suspected started because of an act of arson, will no longer spread.
Africanized honeybees are described as being highly aggressive and can attack anyone who gets too close to their hive.
"I was vaccinated and I just kept getting on him to go do it," his wife said. "He would say, 'I'll go do it,' and kept putting it off. He just never did it."
"We do this stuff all over the place in all different kinds of settings. I never thought I'd be doing it in an airplane up above," said fire captain George McKinnon.
"I've been doing this for 29 years and this is the first incident that I've had where we've lost so many pets," a fire chief said Sunday.
I happened to look up and I saw this 110 storey tornado coming at me; just curling itself towards me. I shouted "run, run, run!" Afterwards, we just saw dust. Everything was dust. I desperately looked for people everywhere, but there was nothing. We inhaled them. They were there, and then they were part of us.
The fire has burned more than 212,000 acres since it began last month, according to CAL Fire data updated Friday morning.
The former firefighter allegedly sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl inside a fire station in January and burned the home of a 49-year-old woman in 2019.
Firefighters have been working to combat the blaze with the aid of 21 helicopters, 245 engines and dozens of bulldozers.
"It's the No. 1 fire in the country right now. There's dozens of crews and dozers and engines and others that are on their way right now," a fire official said.
California was battling 11 active fires as of Monday, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. The fires have burned through 776,695 acres so far.
The man claimed he was a "firefighter for Christ" and "L.A.'s finest" during a tirade at a store in Nebraska. The footage has been watched 7 million times on TikTok.
The warrant alleges William Carter lied about positive virus diagnoses for himself, his spouse and child and received more than $12,000 in paid sick leave.
An investigation published by the Los Angeles Times reported that a Chief Ralph Terrazas was informed Chief Deputy Fred Mathis appeared under the influence of alcohol or drugs while members of the department were battling a fire in Palisades.
In a statement, Commissioner Annette Nance-Holt told Newsweek: "The allegations made against this employee are extremely serious, deeply disturbing."
Refugio Manuel Jimenez Jr. and Angela Renee Jimenez have pleaded not guilty to all charges related to the El Dorado Fire, including one felony count of involuntary manslaughter.