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  • Fire at Empire Cold Storage

    A cutting torch being used to repair an awning sparked a three-alarm fire at Empire Cold Storage & Frosty Ice near the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center Tuesday, Dec. …


  • Joel building fire

    About 30 seconds of footage of fire at Joel building on July 24, 2008


  • Residents see the aftermath of the Dishman Hills fire

    Most residents on Friday got to see the damage caused by the fire that raced Thursday through the Dishman Hills above Spokane Valley. Officials said 13 homes were destroyed in …


  • Finding the frame: A home lost to fire

    The story behind the dramatic wildfire photo on Friday’s Spokesman-Review front page.


  • Three-alarm fire guts the Ugly Duck

    A fire Thursday gutted one of three buildings that make up the Ugly Duck complex at 1725 W. Sinto Ave. The Spokane Fire Department sent 14 of 17 companies to …


  • Suspected Arson Destroys Savage Land Pizza

    Spokane Valley firefighters battled a two-alarm blaze Monday morning that destroyed a well-known eatery. Fire Chief Mike Thompson said an investigator found signs of a burglary and believes the fire …


  • Fire damages South Hill home near 27th Avenue and Southeast Boulevard

    Spokane Fire Battalion Chief Steve Sabo said a woodstove is likely to blame for a fire at 2627 Southeast Boulevard Thursday morning. The fire started in the basement and caused …


  • Investigators probe a double homicide and fire at 512 E. Elm

    Spokane County Sheriff’s Sgt. Dave Reagan explains the fire Thursday at 512 E. Elm, which is just off Newport Highway. Emergency personnel discovered two bodies in the home and the …


  • Fire damages garage in northeast Spokane

    A fire at 6:29 a.m. Tuesday damaged a garage at 3422 N. Thor St. in northeast Spokane. Battalion Chief Ken Kirsch describes how firefighters knocked down the fire that had …


  • Fire damages South Hill home

    Spokane Fire Battalion Chief Steve Sabo describes the fire that damaged a home Tuesday at 1208 W. 13th Avenue on Spokane’s South Hill. The fire was confined to a wall …


  • West Plains fire destroys mobile home

    Spokane County Fire District 10 Chief Nick Scharff describes the 4:37 a.m. Tuesday fire that destoryed the unoccupied mobile home at 15110 W. Thorpe Road. The fire was spotted by …


  • Fire destroys RV north of Spokane

    Deputy Fire Chief Mike Van Heel discusses the Monday morning fire at 7417 N. Altamont St. that destroyed a man’s RV. Firefighters from Spokane County Fire District 9 were able …


  • Fire damages Spokane Valley home

    Neighbor Bob Rands talks about the fire at 9600 East Holman Road on Wednesday. Spokane Valley Fire Deputy Chief Lonnie Rash said the ceiling collapsed forcing firefighters to retreat.


  • Red Top Motel Fire

    Spokane Valley Fire Battalion Chief Warren “Coop” Kennett describes the Thursday morning fire that damaged the Red Top Motel at 7217 E. Trent


  • Storage Unit fire

    Fire has heavily damaged five storage units and affected at least 17 at a north Spokane storage facility. Firefighters have extinguished the blaze and are mopping up at Self Storage, …


  • House fire

    An explosion and fire caused extensive damage to a house at 5727 N. Calispel St. Tuesday morning.


  • House fire

    A family of four watched as firefighters punched out windows and ripped through walls to make sure a blaze in their West Plains home was out this morning. But no …


  • Workers trapped in rising water

    Assistant Fire Chief Brian Schaeffer describes the perilous situation two Spokane city water workers faced Friday morning before they were rescued by co-workers and firefighters.


  • Providence Fire

    Jules St. Clair had invested about $20,000 in music equipment and was starting to form a band. All that went up in smoke Monday evening when his home caught fire.


  • Arson fire burns West Central home

    A Monday morning arson fire burned the back side of a West Central Neighborhood home. More than a dozen arson fires have been set in the neighborhood in the past …


  • Brush Fire

    Area fire departments converged Tuesday on a brush fire that started small but quickly charged toward numerous homes just north of Spokane.


  • Fire at the Corbin Mansion

    Firefighters quickly knocked down and contained a blaze to the attic at the Corbin Mansion, Aug. 21, 2007, but the historic building did not escape damage.


  • Brush fire in North Spokane

    Crew from district 4 responds to a series of mysterious fires on the North Side


  • Fire burns northeast Spokane home

    A Tuesday morning fire extensively damaged a northeast Spokane home, but the three people inside made it to safety when one of them, a 10-year-old boy, warned the others of …


  • Beacon Hill fire quickly doused

    The Spokane Fire Department put-out a small, Monday morning fire just north of Minnehaha Park. Officials aren’t sure what caused it, but are happy that the fire didn’t spread.


  • Cold case: Arthur Haines

    Arthur Haines, 87, was found beaten in his home on March 1, 1993. The murderer set his home on fire in an attempt to hide the evidence. Police are still …


  • Bobby Williams Q and A

    Fire Chief Bobby Williams answers questions during a press conference Tuesday, July 24, 2007.


  • After the smoke cleared

    The morning after the Whitley Fuel fire, firefighters continued to deal with flare-ups, neighbors faced their own challenges and some were grateful that the fire wasn’t worse.


  • Williams statement

    Fire Chief Bobby Williams talks to the media about the Whitley Fuel fire Tuesday, July 24, 2007.


  • Fuel truck explosion in northeast Spokane

    The Spokane Fire Department have the upper hand on a massive fire in northeast Spokane. The fire started with a fuel container containing biodiesel about 5:30 p.m. at Whitley Fuel …

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