Flames destroyed the museum, personal heirlooms and historic homes, but residents and town leaders are refusing to let the loss define them
This Colorado scientist fled the Marshall fire, then returned to study how it happened
In 2021, the devastating Marshall fire showed wildfire can strike Colorado in almost any place or season. Scientists now hope to glean lessons from it for communities across the West.
A year after the Marshall fire, community is scattered as people try to move home or move on
Fewer than 170 building permits have been issued for more than 1,000 burned homes. Empty lots are sitting for months on the market. Families are in limbo.
One year after the Marshall fire, housing advocates call for policy changes to help Colorado’s renters who survive a natural disaster
Renters whose homes sustained smoke and ash damage found themselves illegally evicted or persuading landlords to clean their residences following the environmental damage
One home destroyed, another damaged as fire crews work to contain wildfire west of Boulder
The Sunshine Wildland fire started as a structure fire Monday afternoon
Wind-fueled wildfire west of Mount Sanitas prompts evacuations in Boulder County
The wildfire, which was reported Monday afternoon, started with a structure fire and is being fanned by wind gusts of 40 mph, the National Weather Service in Boulder says
Should Jeffco’s forests be thinned? 25,000 acres of trees would like to know.
County leaders asked to approve the first plan in 34 years to handle a large swath of trees amid growth, fire danger and climate change.
Thanks to rain, there have been far fewer Colorado wildfires in 2022. This fall could change that.
Above-average precipitation levels this summer helped reduce wildfire risk in many parts of the state, but a hot and dry fall could quickly change that, experts say
A Colorado ranch lost 9,000 acres to a wildfire in April. So how does it look in August?
LAMAR — Gazing north across the rangeland from the spot where a spring wildfire destroyed 9,000 acres of May Ranch pasture in a few hours, you can see scorched cottonwoods puncturing the horizon like black thumb tacks. In April, after a year so dry the sage roots turned to powder, the wildfire flew on hurricane […]
Colorado-based firefighter dies battling fire in Oregon
A Colorad0-based wildland firefighter died Wednesday afternoon when he was struck by a tree while battling a fire in Oregon. Collin Hagan, of Toivola, Michigan, was assigned to the Craig Interagency Hotshot Crew based out of Craig. He was fighting the Big Swamp fire in southwest Oregon at the time of his death. Hotshot firefighters […]