Grizzly Creek fire
Grizzly Creek fire
It’s not clear when Hanging Lake will reopen after the Grizzly Creek fire
Hanging Lake, which is designated as a National Natural Landmark, is located about 1,000 feet up a side canyon of Glenwood Canyon
“Too many uncontrollables”: From coronavirus to wildfires, Colorado’s hunting season brings a slew of uncertainties
While the long-term outlook for wildlife could benefit from the reshaping of the forest, less habitat plus more hunters equals a problem.
Scouring soil, sowing seeds and spending millions for wildfire recovery in Glenwood Canyon
Glenwood Springs is spending more than $10 million on repairs and upgrades to water supply infrastructure following Grizzly Creek Fire.
The high cost of climate change is already straining the budgets of Colorado towns
As wildfires, avalanches and drought increase in intensity, worried city managers are planning and budgeting for better water systems and backup sources.
Five charts that show where 2020 ranks in Colorado wildfire history
Before 2002, Colorado never had a 100,000-acre wildfire. Now it has its first 200,000-acre fire.
Colorado utilities fear wildfire risk — and liability — amid warming climate
Mindful of PG&E’s struggles in California, Xcel Energy and electrical cooperatives are stepping up efforts to minimize the risk of causing wildfires.
Glenwood Springs needs $10.5 million — right now — to prepare for watershed impacts of Grizzly Creek Fire
The city has sketched plans for $86 million in public projects, including a $57 million bridge for wildfire evacuation, to handle debris and ash threatening its water supply now and to manage threats from future wildfires.
Meet the Colorado helicopter medic trained to rescue wildland firefighters
Unique federal, state, military and civilian partnerships grow from Gypsum’s High Altitude Army National Guard Training Site, creating a firefighting unicorn like Aaron Zinser
Four large wildfires burning in Colorado have cost $77 million to fight — so far
None of the blazes are fully contained, and rehabilitation costs still loom large
Drones dropping “Dragon Eggs” are Colorado’s latest aerial assault weapon for wildfires
Aerial ignition used to be done by helicopters. Now, drones are handling airborne firebombing -- and a lot more.
Is your throat scratchy from Colorado’s wildfire smoke or coronavirus? Here’s how to tell.
The air quality in Denver was worse than in Beijing and Kolkata the past few days. Here is what health experts are saying about going outside.
Blazes in Colorado, California may be part of a climate-driven transformation of wildfires around the globe
Wildfires from Australia to Siberia are not just larger, hotter and faster, but burning in areas and seasons where they were previously rare.
I-70 reopens through Glenwood Canyon after two week closure; fires continue to burn across Colorado
The reopening of I-70 is big news to Western Slope communities that were hurting because of the closed route
Train service resumes in Glenwood Canyon, wildfires grow to a combined 179,000 acres
It could be several more days before motorists will be allowed on Interstate 70 through the mountain corridor.
You’ve seen those massive jets fighting Colorado’s wildfires. Meet the pilots who get “down and dirty” flying them.
A pair of DC-10 widebody jets from New Mexico dump 10,000 gallons of retardant in a single trip as part of an expanding, quick-strike aerial strategy.
Pine Gulch fire grows to second-largest in Colorado history; investigators seek tips on Cameron Peak fire’s ignition
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment issued a health advisory for the smoke emitted by the wildfires
The Grizzly Creek fire is threatening the Colorado River and water for the entire West
As the Grizzly Creek Fire rips through Glenwood Canyon, it endangers vital infrastructure for millions of westerners. Sediment and debris could foul the Colorado River for years to come.
Colorado governor bans campfires, fireworks for 30 days to prevent new wildfires
The order comes as four major fires are burning more than 130,000 acres in western Colorado. Gov. Jared Polis said three of the blazes are believed to have been human-caused.
No mess-tent meals, no giant camps: This is wildfire fighting in Colorado during coronavirus
Crews instead are “spiking out” in small groups and using aircraft to keep blazes smaller. This is why fire officials asked months ago for a burn ban and extra funding.
With nothing but hot and dry weather in the forecast, Colorado wildfires could burn for weeks
The National Weather Service in Boulder says below-average precipitation and high temperatures are expected over the next 30 days. Four fires have torched more than 130,000 acres.