The “Lewis Site” is another long-burning Marshall Mesa coal seam fire now sparking and needing urgent extinguishing
Another lawsuit, filed Monday by the law firm that successfully sued PG&E after the deadly Camp fire in California, claims the utility company was aware of high fire risk Dec. 30
With endless reasons not to use them, what will it take for all Coloradans to ditch fireworks displays once and for all?
Colorado’s largest power company has a lidar-equipped helicopter crew inspecting lines in foothills west of city
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
More training and new approaches are needed to fight fires in wildland urban interfaces, experts said Wednesday in Colorado Springs.
Marshall fire survivors with homes still standing continue to face unique hurdles more than a year later
Up and down Colorado’s Front Range and in mountain counties, fire planners are trying anything and everything to make 2023 safer
House Bill 1248 would allow for the creation of special investigative committees made up of lawmakers and experts to issue subpoenas
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.