El Paso County
Sheriff’s officials say two women found dead in Peyton were the wife and mother of a driver who fatally shot himself after leading authorities on a chase.
Early indications suggest Colorado’s most destructive wildfire wasn’t intentionally set.
Investigators searching for the cause of Colorado’s most destructive wildfire have searched a home this week that’s near the apparent point of origin.
The small town of Peyton is reeling after the deaths of two women and the apparent suicide of the man investigators blame for their killings.
With the fire danger remaining high to extreme across Colorado, many communities are debating whether to have fireworks shows on the 4th of July.
The sheriff in El Paso County hopes for full containment on the destructive Black Forest Fire by the end of the day.
The El Paso County coroner has released the name of the man and woman who died last week as the Black Forest Fire consumed their home.
More residents near the Black Forest Fire near Colorado Springs are returning home, while investigators continue efforts to find out what started the most damaging wildfire in state history.
The Black Forest Fire is now 75 percent contained, and officials are hopeful the residents of the some of the worst burned areas will be allowed to briefly return to their property on Tuesday or Wednesday.
A total of 483 homes have been burned by the 22-square-mile Black Forest Fire.