The roof of Malott Hall on the University of Kansas campus was damaged by a fire Monday evening, according to a news release from Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical. There were no injuries reported.
A Lawrence home was damaged in a fire early Thursday, and an officer suffered some smoke inhalation but is OK, according to Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical.
No one was injured, but an apartment building was damaged by a fire early Monday in Lawrence.
Two dogs died in a fire Saturday afternoon at an encampment near Burcham Park in Lawrence, according to Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical.
Stull Community of Faith leaders say they’re “eternally grateful” to firefighters who managed to contain a fire Monday afternoon to the church’s bell tower area.
No injuries were reported after fire damaged a rural Douglas County church this afternoon. Firefighters from Consolidated Fire District No. 1 arrived within minutes and were able to contain the fire to the church’s bell tower.
One person was displaced from their home and another suffered smoke inhalation this morning when a fire broke out in a south Lawrence apartment.
Pinckney Elementary School has lost a piece of its community. A fire last week destroyed its Little Free Library, located outdoors at the school’s northeast entrance.
Over the last 15 years, Lawrence’s firefighter-paramedics have seen a 62% increase in call volume but no increase to the number of fire stations.
There were no injuries reported in connection with a fire Sunday at Lawrence’s recycling center, 1006 E. 11th St.
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