The Baltimore Fire Department releases a cause in the East Baltimore fire that killed an 8-year-old boy walking home from school.
An explosion in East Baltimore tragically killed a little boy. Now a Baltimore community steps in to support his family during this devastating time. And you can help, too.
Funeral services are set for the boy killed in a house collapse and fire in East Baltimore.
A Baltimore family is demanding answers more than 48 hours after an explosive house fire kills an 8-year-old boy and injures three other people.
An 8-year-old boy was in the wrong place at the wrong time. He was walking home from elementary school when he was killed in an explosive fire.
A child is killed and three others injured in a rowhouse fire that caused part of the building to collapse. It happened just as elementary students were walking home from school. Brave bystanders helped firefighters tear through debris before a body was found underneath.
Fire officials say a man and a dog were burned in an explosion in a mobile pet grooming trailer in Funkstown.
The cause of a massive fire remains under investigation. A homeowner tells police she heard a loud noise right before the fire started and now police are investigating whether a bomb is the cause.
Washington County authorities say a Hagerstown-area machine shop worker is dead after a tractor tire he was inflating exploded.
Anne Arundel County fire officials say a Pasadena man suffered serious burns when his propane fireplace malfunctioned.
One person was injured and four homes were evacuated after a pickup truck explosion in East Baltimore.
A firework placed inside a trash can may have been the cause of a loud explosion outside a Baltimore City courthouse Thursday afternoon.