Two companies were responsible for a serious blaze in Leeds that led to the evacuation of six homes, a court heard today.
Detectives hunting Shahid Mohammed over a fire that caused the deaths of three generations of a family have released a new image of him.
Police hunting a man wanted over a fire that caused the deaths of three generations of a Huddersfield family release new information.
A 2-year-old girl has died in a house fire in Conisbrough. South Yorkshire Fire Service were called out at 7.50pm this evening to the property on Don Street. Four other children - it's thought one a baby - were involved. Emergency crews are still at the scene.
Twenty firefighters tackled a blaze at a row of derelict buidlings in Bank Street, Mexborough this afternoon,
The blaze brought out just after 2pm but was quickly brought under control.
Hundreds of the region's firefighters staged a four hour walk out this afternoon in a bitter row with the Government over plans to increase their retirement age and make them pay more for their pensions.
Volunteers, senior officers and non-union members answered almost forty calls-outs across the Calendar region,as full-time crews manned the picket lines.
Hundreds of people were evacuated from a theatre in Retford last night when a fire broke out during a performance. A curtain caught light backstage at the Majestic Theatre. The five-hundred strong audience had to leave the building. Two teenagers were taken to hospital as a precaution.
A team of North Yorkshire firefighters are preparing to set off on an world record endurance run. The fire house run, from the 21st September, will see the team jog for between 25 to 35 miles a day, for seven days.
The aim of the event is to run to all the fire houses in the five boroughs of New York City to honour the 343 firefighters, police officers and first responders who lost their lives during 9/11.
They will start their run at the Stephen Siller Foundation's headquarters on Staten Island and will run to the training centre, the maritime fire boats and all the fire houses in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Bronx and Harlem.
West Yorkshire Fire Service are launching a campaign today to encourage landlords to make their properties safer.
This is how the "Blue Watch" scheme works.
Landlords will be given a self-declaration checklist which recommends how safety products can be installed, maintained and tested. They can then book a visit by a Fire and Rescue Service representative to be "Blue Watch" validated.
Self-declarations cost £25 and the validation costs £65 - both last for 12 months.
Coinciding with a West Yorkshire campaign to encourage landlords to fire-proof their homes, research shows two in five renters have not received a gas safety certificate.
Up to 99,000 rented households across Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire have had a fire or gas leak in their home.
Only one in four tenants say their landlord has a carbon monoxide alarm fitted in their property and one in ten say they don't have a smoke detector.
Last year a landlord from Wakefield was prosecuted after ignoring repeated warnings to have gas appliances in his rented property checked. The landlord was fined a total of £450 and ordered to pay £1,000 towards costs.
West Yorkshire Fire Service are launching a "Blue Watch" campaign today to make renting safer - after research revealed up to 99,000 renters in Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire have had a gas leak or fire.
The scheme will encourage landlords to join a register - which allows them to have the homes they rent validated by the fire service.
Three fire crews are still at the scene of a barn fire on Grime Lane at Holmfirth. Vets have had to put down a number of animals caught in the fire including pigs and chickens.
A cattle farmer from Lincolnshire says he's pleased the Government is finally taking action against the spread of bovine TB to areas like Lincolnshire and West Yorkshire that are currently largely unaffected - but more needs to be done.
Jonathan Brant says he doesn't agree with culling all badgers who're often linked with the spread of the disease, but says those found to be infected with it should be culled.