Firefighters needed two trips to put out an overnight fire in south Minneapolis. They first responded to a fire at a duplex, located on the 2700 block of Colfax Avenue South a little after 3:40 a.m. Sunday morning.
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A boathouse on Christmas Lake caught fire just before 8 a.m. Friday morning. The boat was discovered ablaze on the 5900 block of Ridge Road in Shoreview, and it was actually on land when it went up in flames.
Firefighters quickly knocked down a home fire Tuesday afternoon on the city’s south side. The fire burned in a basement of a home on 5038 Nicollet Ave., authorities said. In the basement, a person was found and brought to a hospital for possible smoke inhalation. That person’s condition is not known.
Minnesota firefighters are feeling the loss of 19 comrades who died in a wildfire in Arizona.
All five Eagan fire stations, including 30 firefighters, responded to a house fire of a home under construction early Sunday morning, according to authorities.
Firefighters were called out overnight to put out a house fire in Brooklyn Park.
Last Sunday morning at the Holiday Inn Express water park in Baxter was exactly what Greg Bomstad wanted. He was enjoying time with his two children when another parent caught his attention. “He asked me, ‘is this kid faking?’ And I said, ‘What kid? There’s been no kid over here in like 10 minutes,’” Bomstad said.
People’s fascination with firefighting has only grown since the first fire station in Minneapolis was built more than 100 years ago.
Investigators say one person is dead and another person is hospitalized with serious injuries after an early morning apartment fire in Fargo.
Take a close look at your homeowner and auto insurance policies — the cost may be going up. Minnesota lawmakers are considering a bill to add a $5 surcharge on every policy in the state.
Rochester firefighters may have channeled their inner Samuel L. Jackson while investigating an apartment fire and finding a few slithering victims.
For the first time since 2006, the city of Minneapolis will take applications for new firefighters.
Fire crews battled a large fire at a warehouse in northeast Minneapolis Friday morning. According to authorities, crews responded to the fire at Marshall Concrete Products at 2610 Marshall Street NE at approximately 7:25 a.m.
A homeless man died Saturday afternoon after he slipped into the Mississippi River, authorities say.