TULSA - A midtown Tulsa building that houses a number of law offices caught fire early Thursday morning.
Firefighters said it began just after 4:30 a.m.
One office in the lower level of the building burned. Officials say the owner was having a room repainted for a new tenant.
When the alarm sounded the owner went to check it out.
The building dates back to 1915.
The investigation into the cause is ongoing.
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