ELKHART — A basement fire resulted in damage to two homes on Garfield Avenue over the weekend.
ELKHART — A fire at an Elkhart business caused an estimated $5,000 in damage during the night between Friday and Saturday, according to the Elkhart Fire Department.
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.
ELKHART — The investigation into the cause of a massive fire at a Forest River plant at 411 C.R. 15 continued Tuesday, when heavy equipment was taken into use.
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.
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.
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.
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.
INDIANA – State Fire Marshal investigators with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) assisted local fire departments with 577 investigations in 87 counties during 2017.
ELKHART COUNTY — More than a dozen fire departments responded to a fire at a local manufacturing plant on Wednesday afternoon.
ELKHART — The occupants of two apartments were safely evacuated after a structure fire burned through the roof of one of the apartments around 11:24 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 28.
ELKHART – Families and friends looking for a fun weekend outdoor adventure will not want to miss the Elkhart County Parks’ free “Winter Wildlife Hike” at Bonneyville Mill County Park from 10 - 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 2.
ELKHART -- A neighbor used a wooden ladder to get the occupants of a 3rd Street home off the roof as flames grew behind them Monday.Three people were hospitalized, one in serious condition, after the fire broke out at 123 N. 3rd St. Monday around 11 a.m. The occupants of an adjacent residenc…
ELKHART – After 26 years as a firefighter, Capt. Allyson Womack decided it was time to walk away from something she loves while she still could.
ELKHART—The Elkhart Fire Department is in the process of replacing its communications system that provides the connection between the dispatch center and seven fire departments across the city.
ELKHART — It has been a year since a devastating fire reduced a historical building at 612 Main Street to a pile of rubble and Jan Hardy is still left wondering when he will be able to make repairs to his bar.
ELKHART — The Elkhart Fire Department added seven members to its staff Friday during the 2017 Rookie Class Graduation ceremony.
MOTTVILLE, Mich. — A fire that ignited Monday afternoon at a mulch manufacturing facility north of Bristol is still burning and, according to fire officials at the scene, will be for some time.
MOTTVILLE, Mich. — A large fire burning at a mulch manufacturing facility north of Bristol could be seen for miles away.
ELKHART — Tamra Lancaster had a split second to make a difficult decision as a fire rapidly consumed her house early Thursday.
ELKHART — The Elkhart Fire Department and some city officials unveiled the new sign for an honorary street name in downtown Elkhart Thursday.
ELKHART — Over its 150 years of service to the community, the Elkhart Fire Department has lost eight firefighters in the line of duty.
ELKHART — Throughout its 150-year history the one thing that has been constant for the Elkhart Fire Department has been change.
A fire in an electrical transformer outside the plant that prints The Elkhart Truth on Wednesday evening is causing a delay in printing and delivery of the print edition of the newspaper.
The Scott Safety Firefighter Combat Challenge kicks off Friday with teams from the Elkhart Police Department and Elkhart Fire Department will face off in an exhibition relay race through the course. Individual and team challenges will follow.
ELKHART — Clarence and Bobbi Barnhart stood on the lawn of their neighbor’s house Tuesday morning looking at their house that was now scarred by fire.
ELKHART — Neighbors reported hearing an explosion before finding a house on fire in the 3200 block of Neff Street.