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Firefighters are dousing a fire that's coming from the roof of D.C.'s Takoma Educational Center.
Fire ripped through two homes in Brunswick Friday morning, gutting the top floor and the back part of one house and badly damaging the top level of another
A 32-year-old man has been charged with attempted arson after police say he spread gasoline at a Frederick, Md. apartment building where his car was towed.
The U.S. Marshals Service says two of its deputies were hurt when a suspect set himself on fire as they tried to serve a warrant at a Washington rowhouse.
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One person has died in a house fire in Northwest D.C. Monday, D.C. fire officials say.
Five people were injured in a three-alarm fire at a high-rise apartment building in Northwest D.C. Tuesday.
A fire last week that caused $2.5 million in damage to the Virginia Theological Seminary was accidental, investigators say.
A historic chapel on the grounds of the Episcopal Church's Virginia Theological Seminary has been destroyed after a fire broke out Friday afternoon.
The suite alleges that inadequate fire hydrants and water pressure kept the fire department from containing the accidental fire that destroyed Peggy Cooper Cafritz's Northwest home and its $15 million prized art collection in July 2009.
A fire in a Fairfax City house has killed a man and his dog, a fire department official says.