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Marshall Fire
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Boulder Valley School District, largely unscathed by the Marshall fire, will resume classes Wednesday

The school district’s reopening comes as thousands of area residents remain without gas service, despite door-to-door effort by Xcel Energy crews

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Neither rain, nor sleet, nor wildfire: Postal workers rally to resume delivery after Marshall fire

Dozens of letter carriers from other cities converge in Louisville to get letters, bills and prescriptions out to Boulder County evacuees

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Federal agencies join investigation into the Marshall fire’s cause as two people remain missing

Authorities believe they know where the inferno started. The FBI and ATF will help try to determine how.

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“Where do we go to escape this?” The Marshall fire is Colorado’s new reality.

The Marshall fire’s spread through a densely developed, urban environment made one thing clear: Very few parts of Colorado are completely safe from wildfire.

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MAP: These are the 991 structures destroyed and 127 damaged in the Marshall fire

Boulder County authorities on Saturday released a list of the addresses of the 991 homes destroyed and 127 damaged in the 6,000-acre fire

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Three people are missing — and presumed dead — after Marshall fire, Boulder County authorities now say

Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle called it a miracle Friday that no one had been killed in the fire, which destroyed at least 991 homes. But officials now say he had not been properly briefed.

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Marshall fire officially becomes Colorado’s most destructive, with 991 homes and businesses burned, officials confirm

Much of Louisville and Superior will reopen to residents starting Saturday afternoon. But many residents will be without potable water or natural gas

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People who lost their homes in the Marshall fire must now contend with Colorado’s statewide housing crunch

Officials urged residents to contact their insurance companies, while Coloradans filled social media with offers to host evacuees. 

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Avista hospital closed for foreseeable future after oxygen tanks had a near miss with Marshall fire

Most damage to the hospital in southern Louisville is related to smoke. But staff and patients with appointments are moving to other Centura facilities

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What Boulder County residents returning home after the Marshall fire found

Residents who reached their destroyed homes said they were worried about natural gas still coming from gas meters.

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Satellite images show Marshall fire moving in on Louisville, Superior

The fire burned hundreds of homes and forced thousands to evacuate

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Here is everything we know about the Marshall fire so far

How it started, where it's currently burning, how many acres are burning and more

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Up to 1,000 homes may have burned in Marshall fire as snow stops spread

Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle said no fatalities have been reported. More than 500 homes are confirmed destroyed and the number could rise to 1,000.

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Mountain counties, San Luis Valley will experience power, natural gas outages because of Boulder County wildfire

Xcel said the outages in Summit, Grand, Lake, Eagle, Saguache, Rio Grande and Alamosa counties "will generally last about 60 minutes."

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Mom who fled her Superior home with 2 sons: “Everything is gone. I am certain of it.”

Christina Eisert returned to save her two dogs “in the absolute nick of time.”

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Resources: What to do about insurance, unemployment, prescriptions and more after Marshall fire

Where to find evacuation services and more as grass fires destroy homes in Boulder County

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As many as 600 homes lost, 6 people injured as Marshall fire quickly spreads across Boulder County

Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle says downed power lines may have sparked the wildfires.

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