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The Baldwin City Fire Department responded to a house fire at 1017 Grove St.
Lawrence city officials are reviewing fire and dog services codes to determine whether amending them could help prevent kennel fires like the one on Nov. 29 that killed at least three dogs and injured others. By Karen Dillon
Owners of pet business apologize for fire as dog owners grieve; business lacked license; city is checking compliance in other kennels
Owners of Christal K-9 apologize publicly for the first time to the families whose dogs were caught in a fire. The city says it is reviewing city codes and determining whether kennels are in compliance. By Karen Dillon and Caitlin Doornbos
Nancy Hause, of Lawrence, was horrified when she went to pick up her dogs, Zebulon and Bentley, from their boarder, Christal K-9, after she returned home from visiting family in Missouri for Thanksgiving. She pulled up to the building at 3115 W. Sixth St. around 2 p.m. Saturday to find the business charred, with no sign in sight of where her beloved pets might be. By Caitlin Doornbos
A fire that killed one dog in a pet services business on Saturday was officially deemed to have been accidental while causing $60,000 in damages, according to the Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical department.
A donation of pet oxygen masks last month and quick work by firefighters, veterinarians and bystanders helped save the lives of 21 dogs who were in a burning building early Saturday morning. One dog, however, died, officials said, possibly from smoke inhalation.
A Kentucky Street power line caught fire late Sunday.
Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical investigators have determined that Improper discarding of smoking material caused the fire at an apartment complex at 1224 Ohio St. last week, LDCFM spokeswoman Division Chief Eve Tolefree said Monday.
A day after a two-alarm fire at a central Lawrence apartment complex, Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical investigators continue to investigate the cause of the blaze, LDCFM spokeswoman Division Chief Eve Tolefree said Thursday.
Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical crews responded to structure fire at 1224 Ohio St. around noon on Wednesday. The fire was out by 1:10 p.m., but the three-story apartment building suffered extensive damage.
Sunny and comfortable weather in the forecast today with a high of 67 degrees. Winds will be out of the NW around 10 mph. Partly cloudy skies overnight and cool, with lows dipping into the mid 40s. Even warmer weather ...
A storm slowly taking shape out to our west will turn winds, gusting at times up to 20 mph, from the southeast. The south bit of the wind will help to draw some warmer air into Northeast Kansas, Wednesday. Highs ...
We should see mostly sunny skies today as temperatures reach well into the 40s. We'll have mostly clear skies tonight, which will drop the temperature back down into the 20s. Expect temperatures to skyrocket into the upper-50s on Saturday. We'll ...
Expect snow to begin falling early this afternoon. We will be in a winter advisory for much of the day. Snow will continue to fall overnight resulting in 2-4 inches of snow by morning. Expect a high today around 20. ...
Showers are expected off and on through the morning. The wind will be out of the north between 10-20 mph with gusts near 30 leaving our daytime high at a cool 68 degrees. Our skies will clear for the evening ...
Expect rain showers for the afternoon as clouds and a strong south wind begin to build in for the afternoon. Our high temperature will top out at 76 degrees with a south wind between 10-20 mph with gusts near 25. ...
After a cool start to the day, plenty of sunshine will help keep our temperatures in the mid 80's. Look for an afternoon high around 85 degrees with a light wind out of the southeast by late-day. Our evening temperature ...
Some patchy fog in the morning, but clearing out to be a hot and sunny day. House fire near campus caused by illegal use of fireworks: An early morning fire destroyed the home of eight KU students at 1005 Indiana. ...
Smoke and flames showing at Sigma Chi house, near 14th and Tennessee streets, just before noon on Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014.
Crews respond to a fire at the intersection of Locust and North Fourth streets Thursday afternoon in North Lawrence.
Fire crews responded to a fire at an apartment complex at 2413 Ousdahl Road Tuesday morning around 7:15 a.m.
Crews work to put out a fire at the Peppertree Apartment complex, 2100 Heatherwood Drive
Crews respond to a fire Tuesday morning at the Gaslight Village mobile home park on 31st Street.
Dr. Roger Boyd of Baker University, along with volunteers, participated in a controlled burn of the Baker Wetlands, Thursday April 5, 2012. The burn took place south of Lawrence, and is conducted annually to clear old grass, eliminate weeds and promote new growth.
Crews respond to an early-afternoon fire at the Meadowbrook Apartment complex.
Roger and Camay Guillory and their 9 children lost their rural Douglas County home in a fire early Friday morning.
A fire destroyed Peggy Mersmann-Laptad's home on Sept. 29, but two of her dogs saved her boyfriend's life by waking him in time to escape. Mersmann-Laptad says her dogs continue to keep her going as she picks up her life after the fire. Photos of the fire by Nick Krug.
Fire crews worked to put out a fire in the 2200 block of Rodeo Drive around midnight Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011.