The Kansas wildfire season is typically winding down around this time of year. But after months of drought, high winds and dry grass continue to fuel extreme wildfire conditions across the state.
Two people awoke to smoke alarms and safely exited their Lawrence home Saturday morning, but the home is no longer tenable.
A 3-year-old Garnett child is safe after two Lawrence police officers helped their mother rescue them from a house fire.
The Kansas State Fire Marshal will investigate a blaze that left no one injured, but demolished a single-family home just south of Lawrence Tuesday afternoon.
A fire in the attic of a Lawrence strip mall Thursday afternoon was caused by an “electrical event,” according to a news release from Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical.
The Kansas National Guard will deploy helicopters in an effort to put out wildfires in several counties in central and western Kansas, several state departments said in a news release Thursday.
A fire was reported at First Baptist Church, 1330 Kasold Drive, around 5:15 p.m. Friday.
Flammable containers caught fire Thursday night, causing explosions inside a detached garage at a Lawrence home.
Story updated at 3:44 p.m. Sunday: A beloved East Lawrence landmark was destroyed by a fire overnight Sunday.
Preventable fires at three homes in Lawrence within the past week have firefighters sounding alarms. Here are some tips to stay safe.
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