Up and down Colorado’s Front Range and in mountain counties, fire planners are trying anything and everything to make 2023 safer
The 403 fire started Thursday morning and forced dozens to evacuate from Teller County
Louie Delaware and his family said their idea to build a new “living in place home” helps soften the blow of what they lost in the 2021 fire.
The Protect the West Act is sponsored by U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper, as well as U.S. Rep. Jason Crow
Badly in need of new infrastructure and a new business model, the facility has begun its resurgence with a new mission — to be an “epicenter of reforestation”
A forthcoming bill would create a new board with powers to tell local governments how houses must be built in the wildland-urban interface
There are hundreds of AI cameras scattered across California, Nevada and Oregon, and even casual viewers can remotely watch wildfires in real time.
The money will go toward clearing trees and underbrush from national forests in 10 western states, including Colorado.
Some Colorado homeowners are telling state regulators and lawmakers that they can’t secure coverage for their homes because of rising wildfire risk
CU Boulder researchers found elevated concentrations of volatile organic compounds and pollutants inside smoke-affected homes in the weeks after the fire