Ballarat fire crews were called to the smell of gas at a Wendouree home last night.
Just before 11am, crews from Ballarat City Fire Station attended the Howitt Street home, but addressed the issue quickly.
Staff at Ballarat City Fire Station reported the incident as a "minor call".
There were no calls for assistance past 11pm.
Ballarat police report nothing from overnight, but are continuing calls for public assistance following major burglaries in recent weeks.
Police say on Wednesday August 28, three men forced their way into JB Hi FI on Mair street just after 2am.
They say the men stole more than $40,000 worth of iPhones and iPads during the burglary.
CCTV footage captured the men loading the items into a donna cover or sheet, then loading them into a small black sedan.
Police have called on any witnesses to the crime, or anyone who knows the whereabouts of the stolen items, to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Calls are also being made for information relating to the double-break-in of Allan Bros Jewelers on Sturt Street last month.
Just before 2am on August 17, thieves broke a pane of glass near the front door of the building, getting away with a range of coloured and diamond rings.
They did not gain entry to the rest of the building, but the value of the rings is believed to be several thousand dollars.
Then on August 18, thieves used a brick to smash the same store's side window, making off with six watches with a combined value of $800.
Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Late yesterday afternoon, ambulance crews attended Ballarat Grammar on Forest Street, Wendouree, to treat a student who had received a knock on the sport oval.
The boy was playing football when the injury occurred. He was transported to hospital in a stable condition.
Ambulance Victoria reported no other incidents overnight.
Today's weather is expected to be partly cloudy, but continuing the good run of springtime temperatures the city has enjoyed so far this week.
Ballarat is expecting a maximum temperature of 22 degrees.
Winds will be northerly, ranging between 15 to 20 km/h, and increasing to 30 to 35 km/h later this morning, then easing to 25 to 30 km/h.
The UV outlook is moderate between 10.10am and 2.40pm.
If you think something is missing from today's overnight report, call us and let us know on 5320 1259 or email