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Grass Fire Destroys Shed, Labeled Suspicious

The St. Cloud Fire Marshall is investigating a grass fire that burned a fence and destroyed a yard shed in north St. Cloud Monday evening.

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Grass Fire Being Investigated As Possible Arson

A wildfire in St. Cloud is being investigated as a possible arson fire. St. Cloud Fire Department Batallion Chief Jerry Raymond says the call came in at about 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, for a fire in the grassy area just to the east of Serenity Drive.

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Firefighter battles a wildfire along I-94, April 30, 2013.
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UPDATE: Fire Crews Battled Grass Fire, I-94 Closed at County Road 75 [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

State transportation officials closed I-94 at Stearns County Road 75 yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon while fire crews battled a fire. Several area fire departments were battling a grass fire along Interstate 94 between Stearns County Road 75 and Highway 15.

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Fire Crews Battle Grass Fire

Fire crews responded to a grass fire over the weekend. The St. Cloud fire department was assisted by the St. Augusta and Waite Park fire departments to put out a grass fire on Saturday night.

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Grass Fires Keep Crews Busy on Saturday

The Kimball fire department was called to a grass fire at Highway 15 and Dellwood Road in Maine Prairie Township at about noon on Saturday. They were able to put out the fire in about 15 minutes.

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Fire that Burned 1,600 Acres Now Contained

A fire that burned 1,600 acres of forest and grassland in north-central Minnesota is now completely contained. The fire broke out Sunday near the town of Nimrod, about 40 miles northwest of Brainerd.

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MnDOT to Hold Prescribed Burns in Central Minnesota

Don't be alarmed if you are driving along I-94 and you see smoke coming from a grass fire. The Minnesota Department of Transportation will be conducting prescribed burns along I-94 between St. Cloud and Sauk Centre until mid-May.

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Crews Battle Grass Fire near Monticello [VIDEO]

Weekend travelers are cautioned to be extra careful with fire. The wildfire risk is high in much of the state.

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High Fire Danger this Weekend in Central, Southern Minnesota

The Department of Natural Resources is warning of high fire danger over the southern half of Minnesota this weekend. Central and southern Minnesota have little or no snow cover.

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