Republicans are making their case to create a commission to pay victims of a Colorado wildfire southwest of Denver that killed three people and damaged two dozen homes last month.
Family and friends gathered Saturday to say goodbye to a woman who died in last month’s Lower North Fork wildfire.
Emergency communications involving firefighters and sheriff’s deputies responding to a wildfire that killed three people in Jefferson County show they didn’t expect it to explode as it did.
Authorities have positively identified the remains of a Colorado woman suspected of dying in her burned-out home after a devastating wildfire that also killed two other people.
The family of a woman presumed killed in a Colorado wildfire is questioning why a firefighter didn’t leave his vehicle and walk past a chain blocking her driveway to warn her to evacuate.
Investigators in Jefferson County say problems with the reverse 911 system during the Lower North Fork Fire have been fixed.
On the day the Lower North Fork Fire started not every reverse 911 call went out as intended. Now officials are explaining why.
A deadly cascade of missteps combined with the vagaries of wind and fire produced another tragedy in the Rocky Mountains, new documents obtained this week show.
Colorado officials monitoring a prescribed burn apparently didn’t request updated weather forecasts for the area for three days before it erupted into a deadly wildfire.
Emergency officials initially told confused and worried residents not to worry about smoke from what turned into a wildfire on the outskirts of Denver.