Investigators are trying to determine what started a fire early Tuesday morning at a vacant building in northwest Oklahoma City.
The fire began around 3 a.m. on N.W. 10th Street just west of Portland Avenue. When fire crews arrived, they could see flames, and smoke was pouring from the structure. Firefighters spent about two hours putting out the fire.
The building sits between a daycare and store, but neighbors say it's been empty for a while. Police say the building had no power, so arson investigators are trying to determine just what started the fire.