Interstate 70 in Dickinson Co. has reopened after an 18-wheeler caught fire which caused it to close in both directions. The Kansas Highway Patrol says that just before 9:10 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 31, Dickinson County officials contacted KHP Dispatch to advise that I-70 had been shut down in both directions. KHP indicated that the move was made in response to a semi-truck fire that started at mile marker 284, near Chapman. Officials noted that the trailer had been empty at the time of the incident. I-70 has since reopened in both directions.