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Firefighters Stop Spread Of Over 30 Blazes In Colorado

Firefighters have been able to stop the spread of over 30 fires sparked by lightning strikes in northwestern Colorado in recent days despite stretched resources.

08/18/2015

A fire burning in northwestern Colorado (credit: BLM)

Only 3 Of 20 Wildfires In Northwest Colorado Remain Uncontained

Lightning across northwestern Colorado is suspected of sparking about 30 fires over the weekend, keeping firefighters running from one fire to another.

08/17/2015

A fire burning in northwestern Colorado (credit: BLM)

Wildfires Battled In Northwest Colorado

Lightning storms across northwest Colorado are being blamed for several wildfires, including one north of Craig that was estimated at 450 acres.

08/16/2015

An image of the fire (credit: Greater Eagle Fire Protection)

People Shooting Exploding Targets May Have Caused Cottonwood Pass Wildfire

The Bureau of Land Management and the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office would like the public’s help locating people they believe are responsible for causing a fire near Cottonwood Pass in Eagle County on Sunday.

08/12/2015

The Red Canyon Fire burning in Garfield County (credit: Garfield County Sheriff)

Several More Days To Contain Red Canyon Wildfire

Firefighters say it will take several more days to contain a small wildfire south of Glenwood Springs.

07/19/2015

Two wild horses (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Colorado Group Claims BLM Trying To Breed Special Mustangs In Oregon

Wild horse advocates are challenging U.S. Bureau of Land Management plans this summer to round up the famous Kiger and Riddle Mountain mustang herds in eastern Oregon.

07/09/2015

The Ecklund Fire (credit: National Park Service)

With No New Growth, Firefighters Scale Back At Moffat County Wildfire

Firefighters battling a wildfire that broke out last Saturday in Moffat County near the town of Dinosaur have scaled down on Thursday to due minimal growth.

07/02/2015

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Southern Ute Indian Tribe Challenges New Federal Fracking Rule

There’s a battle emerging over fracking rights on Native American tribal lands.

06/21/2015

A transient camp found near Telluride (credit: San Miguel County Sheriff)

Authorities Cracking Down On Illegal Camping In Durango Area

Local and federal authorities are joining forces to crack down on illegal camping in southwestern Colorado, a growing problem highlighted by a series of bear attacks on people camping in Durango.

06/10/2015

Dexter Lewis (credit: Denver Police)

Jury Selection Begins For Denver’s First Death Penalty Case In 14 Years

Jury selection has started for Denver’s first death penalty case in 14 years. Dexter Lewis is accused of fatally stabbing five people at a bar in October 2012.

05/27/2015

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