The Boulder County sheriff and district attorney will present findings on the origin and cause of the December 2021 fire, the most catastrophic in state history
Right now, Colorado has no operational, state-owned aircraft that can drop water and retardant on fires. Instead, it relies on contracts with private companies.
Even though the 2021 Marshall Fire made it clear that the fire threat posed by Colorado’s grasslands endangers large urban areas, federal, state and local rules continue to make it difficult to address the risk
The highest wildfire risk is in southeastern Colorado, where officials are seeing “Dust Bowl-type conditions”
More training and new approaches are needed to fight fires in wildland urban interfaces, experts said Wednesday in Colorado Springs.
A philanthropy-funded program to provide free mental health support for fire survivors has served hundreds of people but has bumped up against a provider shortage. “We are struggling.”
Marshall fire survivors with homes still standing continue to face unique hurdles more than a year later
Firefighters continue to put out hot spots in Teller County as crews work elsewhere to mop up fires in Las Animas, Park and El Paso counties
The measure comes in response to growing wildfire risk across the state. The majority of U.S. states already offer state-run or state-regulated property insurance to people who can’t get covered on the private market.
No structures have burned and more than 120 personnel are on scene as the 403 fire that started Thursday morning grows slowly.