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MIDDLEBURY — A barn near Middlebury was deemed a total loss as a result of a fire on Friday.

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OSCEOLA — Mishawaka and Penn Township fire departments were called to a fatal house fire in Osceola on Thursday morning.

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ELKHART — Five adults and four children, ages 2 to 9, were displaced by a fire in a Marion Street apartment building that had no working smoke detectors, according to firefighters. 

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ELKHART — No people were injured, but family members lost their dog in an Elkhart house fire on Thursday.

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TOPEKA -- Authorities were still investigating the cause of a house fire that claimed the life of an 8-year-old girl Friday night. 

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ELKHART — Local firefighters are again testing their strength and endurance at the 3M Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge world competition.

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WAKARUSA — A fire that caused significant damage to a two-story home, but no injuries, was blamed on a gas furnace turned on for the first time this season. 

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ELKHART — Fire crews from three departments responded to a house fire on Vista Lane north of Elkhart Christian Academy late Tuesday. 

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ELKHART — An additional appropriation of $3.4 million was approved Monday night by the Elkhart City Council for investments in a new combined police and fire station.

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ELKHART — Mayor Tim Neese announced Thursday that Steve Kamp will be appointed Elkhart fire chief following Chad Carey’s transition to the private sector.

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ELKHART — An Elkhart woman whose house burned in June claims her insurance company is being slow to compensate her and clean up the property because the house was in a black neighborhood.

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ELKHART -- Downed power lines initially delayed efforts to reach a structure fire at 414 E. Beardsley Ave., but crews eventually doused the blaze and no injuries were reported. 

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ELKHART — Cueramaro Supermarket on Lusher Avenue burned on Friday, Aug. 9, and the owners say they feel certain they know who set it ablaze.

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MILLERSBURG — A Millersburg family escaped a fire Tuesday but it may take them up to a year to rebuild their home, relatives say.

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ELKHART — A basement fire resulted in damage to two homes on Garfield Avenue over the weekend.

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ELKHART — Firefighters quickly extinguished a garage fire in the 1700 block of Moyer Avenue on Saturday. 

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ELKHART — A report of a vehicle fire in Elkhart resulted in the dispatch of four Elkhart city fire engines and two ambulances, though no injuries resulted.

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ELKHART — Police say an Elkhart man intentionally set fire to his home, with his son inside, after they argued Friday over $300 that came up missing.

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ELKHART — A multifamily dwelling at 301 Bridge St. caught fire Monday leaving at least one resident’s home in possibly unlivable condition.

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ELKHART — A fire that started in a first-floor living room quickly spread to the second floor and burned through the roof in one area before firefighters could extinguish the blaze. 

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ELKHART — A South Bend man is accused of setting an apartment fire that displaced three families in March.

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ELKHART — Elkhart firefighters were called to an apartment fire at 1205 Georgia Boulevard on Thursday evening, according to the Elkhart Fire Department. 

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ELKHART — The Elkhart Police Department has joined an investigation to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed a Forest River manufacturing plant.

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ELKHART — Fire destroyed a Forest River recreational vehicle manufacturing plant Tuesday afternoon, but no injuries were reported.

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ELKHART — Firefighters were called to an apartment fire in the 3400 block of Pecan Place about 12:32 p.m. Thursday, according to a release from the City of Elkhart Fire Department. 

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GOSHEN — A 68-year-old man reportedly confined to his bed died in a house fire Thursday afternoon.

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ELKHART — A grease fire was blamed for a midafternoon blaze at a home Wednesday on Main Street.

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ELKHART— Local firefighters are still trying to find out what caused a massive apartment fire that displaced dozens of people at Arbor Lake Apartments.

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ELKHART  — A house fire at 22956 C.R. 18 left the building standing but severely damaged after 50 or 60 firefighters worked to put out the fire Sunday, according to Ron Singleton, deputy chief at the Concord Township Fire Department. 

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ELKHART— Elkhart Fire Department was called to 1639 Garden Street on Tuesday, April 10 at 11:15 a.m. for a structure fire.

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ELKHART – More emergency medical training can now take place in Elkhart due to the fire department completing the process required for establishing itself as a host site and educational organization for the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) programs.

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ELKHART – The Elkhart Fire Department responded to a house fire at 927 W. Marion Street at 11:12 a.m., according to West Johnson, Battalion Chief. 

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ELKHART – A fire in a vacant apartment on the south side of Elkhart resulted in no injuries, but caused $25,000 in property damages early Saturday morning.