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  • Photo Story: Ind. Crews Fight Difficult Fire at Gun Range
    Firefighters spent hours trying to contain the fire that started when tracer rounds ignited the rubber backstop in the gun range.
  • Texas Man Admits Setting 1986 Fire That Killed His Stepsons
    A Waco man who was in court for a retrial on an arson charge said he was guilty as part of a plea agreement that carries a 60-year prison sentence but counts his 28 years in custody as time served making immediately eligible to apply for parole.
  • Theft of Copper Pipes May Have Caused N.C. House Explosion
    A home in Reidsville was totally destroyed in a blast that may have been sparked by the theft of copper pipes.
  • Two Incidents Result in Arson Arrest in Ind.
    Oct. 22--JEFFERSONVILLE -- A Jeffersonville man was arrested Monday after he was suspected of arson-related activity at two locations. Matthew Burns, 32, a Claysburg Two Towers resident, is believed to have started a fire in his apartment by igniting couch stuffing on his stove top and leaving the home. The Jeffersonville Police Department was contacted about 3 p.m. by a manager of the building located at 1306 Wall St. The woman claimed she saw Burns running from the building moments before smoke was seen coming out from under his apartment door. The manager used a key to enter the home to assess the apparent problem. The officer also went into the home and reported, "It appears Mr. Burns had put some stuffing from the couch on the stove. There were also pieces of paper and coffee filters on each burner. Mr. Burns turned on all the knobs to the oven and left." Burns had fled the area before police reached the building, but nearly an hour later, the same officer was...