No one injured by West Central fire
7:25 p.m. - An occupant and pets escaped uninjured by a fire likely caused by an unattended candle
Cutting torch appears to be cause of boat trailer facility fire
8:11 a.m. - A cutting torch appears to have sparked a fire at a north Spokane boat trailer facility
Cause of fatal residential fire under investigation
9:42 a.m. - This morning at approximately 3:45 a.m., SFD responded to a residential structure fire in the 1900 block of W. Fairview Ave.
Spokane Fire Department: Don’t forget to check your smoke alarms!
3:16 p.m. - With the upcoming time change, SFD says it’s a good, easy reminder when changing clocks to check your smoke alarms and change batteries.
Evening fire causes extensive damage to detached carport
9 a.m. - An early evening fire on the north side of Spokane caused extensive damage to a detached carport.
Working sprinklers make a difference during a fire
10:12 a.m. - A video captures the start of a commercial fire at downtown Spokane business and highlights the importance of having a working sprinkler system.
SFD stresses importance of functioning smoke detectors after fire
6:30 a.m. - In the early morning hours, crews from the Spokane Fire Department responded to a report of a structure fire in the 1600 block E. Nebraska Ave.
Spokane Fire Department wants residents to keep warm safely
8:38 a.m. - With colder temperatures, SFD wants to help residents greatly reduce their chances of becoming a fire casualty by outlining the following safety tips.
Spokane Fire Department suggests ways to help avoid a holiday tragedy
10:26 a.m. - “The holidays present great potential for candle related home fires,” says Spokane Fire Marshal Michael Miller.
Crews from the SFD respond to back-to-back structure fires
1:53 p.m. - Around 3:30 a.m., fire crews from the Spokane Fire Department responded to back-to-back structure fires.