Here's a look at all of the news coverage of a massive gas explosion and fire July 10 in downtown Sun Prairie that killed a firefighter, injured another and destroyed several buildings.
Bear Communications and VC Tech were each fined $12,934 for their roles in the destructive July 10 explosion that killed a volunteer firefighter.
A panel charged with policing utility notification laws last week sent the Public Service Commission a case based on a complaint filed by USIC Locating Services.
A contractor hit a natural gas main causing a massive explosion that leveled the Barr House and set fire to Glass Nickel Pizza.
A firefighter was killed and another critically injured after a massive gas explosion and fire downtown Tuesday night in Sun Prairie. Here's a…
The deadly blast that rocked Sun Prairie on Tuesday is the most recent explosion in the Madison area, but there have been several more over th…
Many downtown business owners have not had a chance to evaluate any potential losses and have not had access to their businesses.
For those interested in helping those affected recover after the gas leak explosion in Downtown Sun Prairie, there are a number of ways to support.
Cory Barr was off-duty and at home with his family when he heard there was a gas leak Downtown, his brother said. Barr told his wife he needed to help evacuate the area.
Firefighters and rescue workers from throughout Southern Wisconsin join the processional for firefighter Captain Cory Barr on Wednesday night,…
Residents were recovering and workers were cleaning up Wednesday after a gas leak led to a massive explosion that killed a firefighter and destroyed or damaged several buildings in downtown Sun Prairie.
Work crews armed with push brooms and shovels removed broken glass, and contractors filled window openings with plywood as this city’s downtow…
About 100 service vehicles escorted the body of Sun Prairie Volunteer Fire Department Capt. Cory Barr Wednesday night.
Broken glass is removed and plywood is filling the open gaps but it remains unclear when the street will reopen for vehicle traffic and when many of the businesses will decide to reopen.
Verizon Wireless and a Kansas-based construction company said Thursday that they were responsible, through an as-yet-unnamed subcontractor, for work being done at the site of a massive natural gas explosion Tuesday that rocked Sun Prairie’s downtown, killing a volunteer firefighter and critically injuring another.
VC Tech employees were on the scene before the blast working on aspects of Bear Communications' work to build a fiber network in the Madison area.
The Red Cross said about two dozen residences were destroyed or are uninhabitable in the area immediately near the blast's epicenter.
Memorial services were held Saturday July 14, 2018 for Sun Prairie firefighter Capt. Cory Barr at Sun Prairie High School. Barr was killed Tue…
About 2,500 first responders and community members crowded the Sun Prairie High School gymnasium, where pastors from Barr's church, officials in the fire department and family spoke about Barr's life and final sacrifice.
Police are expected to be done with the scene this week but still have much work to do before wrapping up their investigation
Heroic efforts by Sun Prairie's fire department prior to explosion shows off its training and professionalism, chief says.
The special night will raise funds and recognize those who responded to the recent explosion in Sun Prairie. That includes firefighter Cory Barr, who was killed.
The slow recovery of Downtown Sun Prairie following the deadly explosion in July is gaining momentum.
Two months to the day that a fatal July 10 gas leak explosion destroyed a downtown Sun Prairie block and killed one firefighter, a local disas…
A worker for a company that marks underground utilities failed to properly mark a gas line that was ruptured in Sun Prairie, causing a massive explosion, instead placing it 25 feet away, a search warrant states.
Police say a broken chain of communication between utility contractors and subcontractors resulted in the location of a gas line being improperly marked prior to the July 10 explosion.