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Dysart, Surprise team for EMS program

Dysart Schools has partnered with the city of Surprise to offer a high school level Emergency Medical Services program beginning in August 2024. The program will launch at Valley Vista High …

Surprise breaks ground on new pool, fire station

Patrick Duffy knows firsthand how tough it is for a club swimmer in Surprise these days.

Officer finishes food event before fire crew at …

There was no sign of evidence as Surprise Police Sgt. Severin Hall cleaned his plate with time still left on the clock as he successfully completed the Chimichanga Challenge.

City of Surprise Fire Department Battalion Chief …

For nearly 40 years, Autry Cheatham has spent his career extinguishing fires, extricating people from vehicles and responding to life-threatening situations from Phoenix to Surprise.

Surprise Fire Department hiring 6 to crew

The Surprise Fire Department has received approval to add six full-time crew members, including three captains.

Surprise area VFW honors year's top firefighters, …

Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars No. 285 presented Surprise firefighters Wade Rodgers and Kevin Spirlong and police officer Shaun McGonigle as their top firefighters and police officer of the year.

New fire stations growing with Surprise

It’s not the birth of a child. But in the world of Surprise Fire-Medical Department Chief Tom Abbott, the opening of a new fire station is a pretty big deal.

4 Surprise Police officers, 1 other injured in …

Four Surprise Police officers and one other person are recovering from smoke inhalation from a fire Monday, Dec. 13 at the Village at West Point apartments on West Point Parkway.

More homes planned on Surprise’s west edge

While most of Surprise’s development since 2014-15 has filled in the gaps for unfinished projects and areas of town, expansion into the city’s desert edges was always on the horizon.

Arizona fire departments see decrease in calls due to …

Municipal fire departments around the valley have been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic since late February and the call volume has decreased inside some organizations, officials contend.

Volunteers help prepare for disasters; Local agencies …

By Matt Roy, Independent Newsmedia Public safety agencies across the Valley seek volunteers to help serve their communities — from giving assistance to victims on routine emergency calls to …

Surprise police identify motorcyclist killed in …

By Chris Caraveo Independent Newsmedia A 19-year-old man was the motorcyclist who died Tuesday evening during a collision in Surprise, police said. The incident occurred before …