As of Wednesday, the Cameron Peak fire in northern Colorado had destroyed 442 buildings and damaged another eight
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U.S. Forest Service to temporarily close public lands in five Colorado counties because of fire conditions
The Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests will be off limits in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties starting at midnight on Wednesday
Counties across the state have set up voting procedures to address health guidelines and voter fears about COVID-19, using money from the federal CARES Act to buy everything from gloves to disposable pens.
The fire, the largest ever recorded in Colorado, has grown to more than 187,000 acres
Cameron Peak fire explodes into Colorado’s largest wildfire, prompting more evacuations as it nears Fort Collins
Fire officials say the blaze, which has burned more than 164,000 acres, expanded Wednesday into the area just west of Horsetooth Reservoir
Cameron Peak fire continues to spread, destroy more structures as it becomes Colorado’s 3rd largest blaze
Officials said the fire grew Saturday by about 20,000 acres when winds reaching 60 mph caused the blaze to jump over fire lines. More structures were destroyed.
Officials believe the fire, which is the fifth largest recorded in Colorado, was human-caused
The massive wildfire west of Fort Collins surpassed the 100,00-acre mark over the weekend and will likely burn well into October
The fire had burned more than 102,000 acres as of Tuesday morning, making it the fifth largest recorded in Colorado