Current trends predict burnout will become increasingly more prevalent in the coming years.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - At least two fires broke out at Portland's Immigration and Customs Enforcement building during a demonstration Saturday night but the building itself was not set on fire, officials said. Portland police responded to the building to help after the Federal Protective Service, which provides security at
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A member of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Forestry died after a controlled burn last month.
Crews are on scene of a fire burning across multiple buildings in Lawrence on Sunday night.
Lake County deputies discovered a man’s body in a fire-damaged SUV Saturday morning near Mascotte. Sheriff’s spokesman Fred Jones said the communications center fielded a call about 9:15 a.m. directing deputies to Honeycutt Road and Tuscanooga Road. The caller told dispatchers a gas can was on fire next to the vehicle, a white SUV. The site is remote, located about four miles north of State Road 50. Jones said the caller said she saw a man run away.
In a court filing from earlier this year, Jenelle Evans said her son is a total menace who cannot be trusted or controlled and who is constantly placing both himself and his caretaker in danger.
Officials say all firefighters have been ordered out of the building. There is no word on injuries.