A southeast Wyoming couple says a 2012 wildfire touched off by Colorado Army National Guard troops training in the state caused more than $6 million worth of damage to their ranch.
A federal funding shortfall for the National Guard isn’t affecting training in Colorado, at least for now.
A ripple effect might be felt in Colorado if there’s a government shut down next week as road repairs could hit a major snag.
Denver-area emergency crews practicing for a mass disaster say the exercise is going well.
The co-pilot of that helicopter that crashed in Afghanistan is from Colorado. He was one of 30 U.S. service members killed Saturday when the copter was shot down.