Minneapolis Fire Department
Authorities say as many as two dozen people are without a home after a fire at a duplex on the north side of Minneapolis early Tuesday morning.
Investigators say unattended candles caused Friday morning’s condo building fire in Uptown Minneapolis that sent one person to the hospital.
Authorities say three people were able to get out safely after a house fire early Monday morning on the south side of Minneapolis.
One man had to be hospitalized for smoke inhalation after an apartment fire in Minneapolis late Thursday night, authorities said.
Authorities say a family of six was able to get out safely after an early morning house fire in Minneapolis on Wednesday.
Authorities say an explosion may have started a house fire in north Minneapolis early Thursday morning.
A man had to be rescued from the Pillsbury Mill in south Minneapolis Tuesday morning after apparently spelunking outside the building and getting stuck in a pipe, according to police.
A leaking natural gas pipe was the cause of a Northeast Minneapolis house fire that left two families displaced, one person injured and five firefighters with heat exhaustion Sunday afternoon, authorities said.
Authorities say one person is recovering from smoke inhalation after a late night fire in Minneapolis.
The cause of a south Minneapolis business fire, which blew up multiple propane tanks last week, is unknown based upon the evidence, authorities said.
Firefighters battled flames at a south Minneapolis apartment complex Monday afternoon and one person was brought to the hospital, authorities said.
A veteran Minneapolis firefighter has been charged with fifth-degree possession after police found meth in his locker.
A Minneapolis firefighter has been arrested in a narcotics investigation, accused of having meth on him — at his station.
Authorities are investigating after a home in north Minneapolis and a home in south Minneapolis were each damaged by fire overnight.
Minneapolis Fire officials said Friday it’s time to check your carbon monoxide detectors in your home as we head into winter. The Minneapolis Fire Department said it has responded to 19 calls of carbon monoxide after failed alarms over the past two months.