Lightning Strike Sparks Wildfire In Garfield CountyAuthorities believe a lightning strike caused a wildfire burning in Garfield County.
Latest Forecast: Storms, Showers and Cooler Next Few DaysA whole different weather set-up in Denver on Wednesday: instead of the pounding we took Tuesday, it was partly cloudy, warm and dry. Now we cool down as showers and storms become much more wide-spread.
U.S., Nonprofit Work With Landowners To Reduce Wildfire RiskThe federal government and a nonprofit group say they'll work with private property owners to reduce the risk of major wildfires and protect rivers in the West.
Beaver Creek Fire Grows Overnight, Containment Target Aug. 1The Beaver Creek Fire grew about 2,000 acres overnight bringing the total number of acres burned to 11,776. The fire is only five percent contained.
How To Document Hail (Before The Evidence Melts)It's something we don't always think about when a hailstorm strikes.
US, Nonprofit Work With Landowners To Reduce Wildfire RiskThe federal government and a nonprofit group say they'll work with private property owners to reduce the risk of major wildfires and protect rivers in the West.
Firefighters Rescue 4 From Cherry Creek Trail After Storm Creates High WaterA man had to be rescued from the Cherry Creek trail in downtown Denver after he got trapped by high water.
Another Round Of Severe WeatherStorms are strengthening in the Boulder County foothills and may move into central Denver shortly.
Clear Creek Recreation Restrictions LiftedThe restrictions on Clear Creek have been lifted in Jefferson County. The restrictions have also been lifted from the creek in Golden.
Beaver Creek Fire Grows To 9,114 AcresThe Beaver Creek Fire has had significant growth over the past 24 hours with current estimates at 9,114 acres. The fire is only five percent contained.
Potential Drought Developing In Area With Heavy Beetle KillIt's a sign of just how fast things can change after a snowy winter season.
Beaver Creek Fire Grows To 6,235 AcresThe Beaver Creek Fire in Jackson County near Walden has burned 6,235 acres in heavy beetle kill forest.