Fires make their own weather in a variety of ways. CBS4’s Alan Gionet found out that’s what happened with the devastating Waldo Canyon Fire.
The number of homes destroyed by the Waldo Canyon Fire in Colorado Springs has grown to at least 300. But how do homes burn?
Though cloud seeding is practiced in Colorado, the weather during wildfire season doesn’t really allow for it to happen.
For many people, understanding just how far firefighters have gotten on a fire is measured in containment.
It was a fire that tore across 13 acres — not big, but big enough to bring in dozens of firefighters quickly as it started to climb into the trees, driven by wind.
It was the last day of bow hunting season for elk, and an outfitter by the name of Ed Wiseman was guiding hunters into a remote area along the Continental Divide east of Pagosa Springs in the Southern San Juan Mountains.
Colorado wildlife officials and a private wildlife foundation have been working together for years to rehabilitate orphaned bear cubs, and their projected success rate is pretty impressive.
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There were no reports of big trouble after solar flares that hit Earth this week, but there could be more flares coming. CBS4’s Alan Gionet wondered, could it get worse? Watch his Good Question report.