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Posted inBreakingLocal newsPolice and fire

Racine Fire Department suspects arson in early morning house fire

RACINE, WI – No one was injured in a house fire that started in a vacant home early Thursday morning, April 23 at 1305 Bluff Avenue, but officials suspect foul play. Officials with the Racine Fire Department Prevention Bureau believe the fire was set intentionally because they found incendiary material in multiple places. Sam and […]

Posted inBreakingCommunity

Saturday Fire Under Investigation

  After a vacant home burned Saturday in the 2100 block of Mead Street, members of the fire investigation task force were called in to investigate. The fire was reported around 5:45 p.m. Saturday, and crews from South Shore Fire Department and officers from Mount Pleasant Police Department responded in minutes, according to scanner reports […]