Western Taney County Fire Protection District responds to structure fire

Family of 6 escapes kitchen fire in Branson

Large fire engulfs motel in Cuba, Mo

Fire marshal investigates motel fire in Springfield; 150 people displaced

One man dead after early morning fire in Sunrise Beach

Four children killed in Kansas house fire

Unattended space heater sparks house fire in Republic

Neighbors describe "boom" heard in Pulaski County fatal fire

Wood burning stove to blame for house fire east of Springfield

Mumbai rooftop restaurant fire kills 14

Firefighters battle 2 wildfires around the Buffalo National River

Officials: Leaf burning sparks large house fire along Table Rock Lake

Springfield Walmart reopens after fire

20 injured in fire at PA senior living community

'Horrifying' scene at Springfield gas station as man catches fire

CONTACT KY3 ALERT: Free Springfield Fire Department extinguishers part of recall

Winds push deadly wildfires into more California towns

Wildfires wipe away California neighborhoods

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