Extra-Alarm Fire At Old Post Office Snarls Midday TrafficChicago firefighters were responding to an extra-alarm fire Tuesday morning at the Old Post Office in downtown Chicago.
Firefighters Battle 5-Alarm Blaze In Little VillageChicago Fire Department Deputy Commissioner Michael Callahan said the fire started at a family-owned pallet and tire business near 25th and Rockwell around 3:15 a.m.
Firefighters Extinguish Extra-Alarm Blaze At West Town Pallet YardMore than 100 firefighters rushed to save a home and other nearby buildings when a large fire engulfed a pallet yard in the West Town neighborhood Monday night.
Residents Displaced After 2-Alarm Fire In LawndaleThe fire started at 1:42 a.m. in a three-story vacant building in the 4200 block of West Grenshaw and spread to a two-story building, according to Chicago Fire Department Cmdr. Frank Velez.
Four Dead, Person Questioned After 'Suspicious' Fire In South ChicagoThree children and a man were killed a in an extra-alarm fire early Tuesday in the South Chicago neighborhood, and police said a "person of interest" was being questioned about the blaze, which appeared suspicious.
Firefighter Hurt In Auto Repair Shop Fire In KankakeeThe fire destroyed a body shop and repair shop in downtown Kankakee. A firefighter was injured by a falling brick.
Train Engineer Spots Extra-Alarm Blaze In AuroraIt has been a busy month for fires in Aurora, with another extra-alarm fire overnight.
Tough Loss For Harvey After Strip Mall Collapses In Extra-Alarm BlazeA fire at a 74-year-old commercial building in south suburban Harvey was still smoldering Friday morning, some 18 hours after it started, causing the building to collapse.
Historic Woodlawn Church Begins Restoration Process After Massive FireSix months after an extra-alarm fire gutted a historic Woodlawn neighborhood church, crews have begun taking the first steps toward restoring the 93-year-old building.
Two Children Among Six Injured In Extra-Alarm Fire In KankakeeWhen firefighters arrived at the two-story building in the 800 block of West Station Street around 1:50 a.m., some people living in the apartments over two storefronts were trapped inside, because the flames had blocked access to the rear stairwell.
CFD: Massive Flea Market Fire Was AccidentalFederal officials lent their expertise to the investigation, following a fire that wiped out a West Side complex.
Flea Market Fire Probes Expands, Investigators Making 'No Assumptions'Federal investigators have begun sifting through the rubble of a Humboldt Park flea market destroyed by a massive fire earlier this week, a blaze sources said was intentionally set.

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