Two women who died in a house fire in Battle Creek have been identified as an elderly mother and her 63-year-old daughter.
At least four houses were reportedly on fire near Vernor and Oakdale St. in southwest Detroit. Witnesses say they saw a man running from the home that exploded with his clothes on fire.
Firefighters responded Saturday morning to house on St. Louis near Seven Mile Rd. and Mt. Elliott where 53-year-old Rita Walker was found in her bedroom.
The cause of the blaze is still being investigated, although the fire appears to have started in the back of the two-story home early Saturday in western Michigan.
A judge has given a 3- to 15-year prison sentence to a father of two small boys who died when a fire started after he left them home alone in Detroit.
The cause of the blaze is under investigation, but a official say something just didn’t smell right about this fire.
Arson could be to blame for a suspicious fire that damaged an abandoned house on Detroit’s west side.
A man charged in connection with a gang rape reported just prior to a blaze that gutted a 42-unit apartment building faces an arson charge in a separate fire.
Officials say when fires like this happen, sometimes it’s best to just let it burn.
A sleeping family in Pontiac got the scare of a lifetime when they were awakened by flames tearing through their home.