Fire

Springfield Fire Department responded to 16,000+ calls in 2016


Forest Service says drones hamper firefighters


Mystery of 16 fires outside apartment complex is solved


Fire victim in Baxter Countly likely was woman who lived in home


Brush fire caused brief evacuation of Veterans Home in Mount Vernon


Fire kills 1, injures 2 in Madison County


4 fires in vacant homes alarm Springfield fire chief


Fire at Missouri S&T was accidental from electrical malfunction


Missouri S&T's Emerson Hall remains closed after fire


Mark Twain National Forest staff plans prescribed burns


Firelines, rain keep wildfire contained near Buffalo River


Fires have damaged 22 vacant buildings in Springfield in 2016


Forest fire still burns near Buffalo River; popular trail remains closed


Arsonists keep firefighters busy near Camdenton


Rags caused fire at business in Kirbyville


House fire kills dogs in northwest Greene County


Electric service is restored after fire at substation in El Dorado Springs


Fire marshal: Effort to kill bed bugs led to fatal fire in Springfield


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