2016 Year In Review: Colorado Fire & IceDespite spring blizzards that bring feet of snow, drought conditions in the warmer months has fueled wildfires. Both made an impact in Colorado in 2016.
Beaver Creek Fire Continues To Smolder Despite SnowFire officials in Northern Colorado are keeping tabs on how much snow falls there as a wildfire continues to burn months after it started.
Arrest Made In Beaver Creek Fire InvestigationA juvenile is being charged with starting the Beaver Creek Fire which burned 38,000 acres near Walden over the summer.
Weather Changes Could Lead To Beaver Creek Fire FlareupWeather changes over the next few days could spark a flareup of the Beaver Creek Fire.
Forest Service: Beaver Creek Fire Is Human-CausedThe Beaver Creek Fire was human-caused, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
New Video: 'Firenado' Forms In Beaver Creek FireThe Beaver Creek Fire has burned more than 36,000 acres since it started nearly two months ago. A firefighter captured a rare occurrence inside the fire lines-- a firenado.
Beaver Creek Fire Burns 35,000+ Acres, 41 Percent ContainedThe Beaver Creek Fire has burned more than 35,000 acres since it started nearly two months ago.
Homeowners Say Firefighters Deserve Credit For 'Miracle Cabin'Some are calling it a miracle cabin, a lone cabin left standing in the middle of acres of burned forest from the Beaver Creek Fire.
Firefighter Safety A Top Priority As Beaver Creek Fire Continues To BurnA wildfire that started a month ago near Walden in northern Colorado continues to burn and create headaches for fire managers.
Most Hayden Pass Fire Evacuees Allowed Back HomeMost of the people evacuated by the wildfire burning near Coaldale are back home and more are set to follow later this week.
Hayden Pass Fire Now 20 Percent ContainedFirefighters say a wildfire is continuing to burn near Coaldale, where they have it 20 percent contained and are protecting structures.
Beaver Creek Fire Burns 19,460+ AcresThe Beaver Creek Fire continued to burn on Tuesday, growing to 19,464 acres with only five percent containment.