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D.C. Fire and EMS says the smoke is coming from a 10-story building on I Street.
Firefighters responded to a barn fire in the 1000 block of Rocky Springs Road in Frederick at 7:45 p.m. Friday.
Firefighters spent Saturday criss-crossing the region, putting out brush fires that popped up quickly and were difficult to extinguish because of high winds
Residents of an Alexandria apartment complex were evacuated Tuesday after a fire that damaged 12 units.
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The Natural History Museum opened just after 10 a.m. Monday, following a fire in an adjacent building that emitted a large plume of black smoke and closed busy downtown streets.
With five fires in Prince George's County alone related to Wednesday's snowstorm, the county fire chief urges residents to be more careful about how they keep themselves warm.
A young girl has died and her three sisters have been hospitalized after their Hyattsville house caught fire Wednesday, trapping two inside.
D.C. Public Schools will reopen a vacant elementary school building after a fire caused extensive damage to a Northwest school last week.
A local utility company may have been responsible for a fire in Northwest just after the Christmas weekend, which fire officials say started from faulty electrical wires.
While fire deaths in Maryland are down slightly this year, Maryland officials and politicians point to a recent spike in fatalities that shows the need for additional precautions this holiday season.