State Fire Marshal
Minnesota’s top fire official is retiring. State Fire Marshal Jerry Rosendahl will retire in December after 40 years with the Minnesota fire service, including nearly 10 years as fire marshal.
A report from the state Fire Marshal Division shows the number of fatalities caused by fire has decreased over the past 40 years. State Fire Marshal Jerry Rosendahl says officials are proud of the progress Minnesota has made.
Minnesota’s top fire official warns the same holiday traditions that give you a warm glow can lead to fires.
One person was found dead after a mobile home was destroyed by a fire in central Minnesota on Monday morning, according to the Stearn’s County Sheriff’s Office.
A homeowner has survived an explosion that destroyed his house in Otter Tail County.
Firefighters have found a woman’s body in a town house fire in Lindstrom.
A preliminary report released by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Friday shows that fire deaths went up 31 percent in Minnesota from 2010 to 2011.
At least one state fire marshal will help investigate the New Ulm fire that killed six people, despite the government shutdown that has closed the fire marshal’s office.