No evidence of a crime as authorities disclose cause and origin of the Marshall fire on Thursday, capping a 17-month probe into December 2021 wildfire that killed two people, destroyed more than 1,000 homes and businesses
Marshall fire survivors with homes still standing continue to face unique hurdles more than a year later
A forthcoming bill would create a new board with powers to tell local governments how houses must be built in the wildland-urban interface
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.
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.
The Marshall fire revealed a new normal as climate change reshapes our state, but the past year has proved that Coloradans are resilient.
The more we see those diverse, rich, challenging and soul-swelling worlds, the better we can understand our state and our neighbors.
Wearing other people’s clothes and living in apartments that feel empty, families displaced by the Marshall fire have started over from nothing. It’s been six months since the wind-whipped fire skipped through Boulder County, burning about 1,000 homes in Superior and Louisville. Since then, winter has turned to summer, and thousands still are in limbo, […]
With the cost of real estate soaring, breaking into Colorado’s housing market can feel like a dream come true. But if disaster strikes, owning a home can quickly turn into a financial nightmare. In Boulder County, many residents are learning this the hard way. After the most destructive blaze in the state’s history, hundreds of […]
LOUISVILLE — The Louisville City Council voted Tuesday night in favor of allowing residents whose homes were significantly damaged or destroyed in the Marshall fire, Colorado’s most destructive wildfire, to rebuild under less-stringent environmental standards. The council voted 5-2 to allow affected residents to rebuild under the city’s 2018 codes instead of the 2021 codes. […]