A vacant home was filled with smoke on Wednesday evening. Thanks to a nearby neighbor the home was spared from going completely up in flames.
One person was taken to a Oklahoma City hospital following a single vehicle accident on I-35 on Friday afternoon.
Thanks to neighbors and a maintenance worker, an apartment resident was left with minimal damage following a small fire inside a living room.
An electrical outlet is believed to have caused a fire inside a double-wide home on Monday afternoon.
A camp fire on Sunday evening turned into a resident’s fence catching fire on Monday afternoon.
Update at 4:39 – With aerial drops, firefighters on the ground are gaining control of the fire. Update at 2:09 – The fire is not yet contained. Update at 1:40 – East fire has been contained. Crews continue to work on the west side of the fire. Fire Departments in Logan County are responding to two […]
The Guthrie Edmond Regional Airport has sheltered several special aircrafts over the years, including here recently with the Oklahoma wildfires.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today issued an executive order to declare a state of emergency for 22 counties due to ongoing wildfires and critical fire weather conditions.
A vehicle burst into smoke and flames on Tuesday morning as a child was being transported to school on Guthrie’s west side.
Two semi-trucks collided on Interstate 35 Sunday afternoon leaving one in flames.
Update at 1:49 pm – Battalion Chief says they have control of the fire, but will be on scene awhile putting out hot spots. Fire embers are of some concern with several cedar trees in the area. Update at 1:37 pm – Firefighters trying to get a stop of the fire, but having a hard time […]
OKLAHOMA CITY – Due to significant rainfall that moved across the state, Governor Mary Fallin today signed an executive proclamation removing a burn ban she ordered for 53 counties. The governor issued the burn ban on Friday because of extreme dry and weather conditions; rains moved across the state Monday and Tuesday.
A Logan County home went up in flames on Wednesday afternoon and quickly spread to a grass fire in the southern part of the county.
Sooner Volunteer Fire Department Chief Jeff Ware knew when he stepped outside his home and saw heavy smoke that his crew had a battle on their hands.
The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) will hold a special meeting on Friday morning to discuss a county-wide burn ban.
Below is the U.S. Drought Monitor for Oklahoma as of Feb. 6, 2017.
The Logan County fire departments believe they have enough of the requirements to require a county burn ban. Currently, the county sits in a severe drought.
A space heater was the cause for another fire on Thursday morning. The latest fire occurred on the east side of Guthrie. The Guthrie Fire Department responded to 1224 E. Harrison Ave. at 10:27 a.m. Fire crews found a small fire in a bedroom. Fire Chief Eric Harlow says a space heater was placed too […]
Update at 3:01 pm: A report comes in that the bulk of this fire has been knocked down, but fire crews still working the area. Update at 2:52 pm: Firefighters have gotten a good handle on the fire north of Crescent. Original story Fire crews from around Logan County are battling grass fires in Logan […]
Several fire agencies across Logan County were dispatched to I-35 for two grass fires near each other. Firefighters needed to act quick with the flames approaching a home.
A total of nine dogs were unable to escape a burning metal building early Wednesday morning.