An evacuee sleeping at the temporary shelter set up at the LifeBridge Church in Longmont (credit: CBS)

Long-Term Temporary Housing A Major Concern For Many Evacuees

As in any natural disaster, Coloradans step up to help their neighbors – they’ve had a lot of practice. In some cases, that even means letting complete strangers into their homes.


Larimer County evacuees attend a community meeting on Sunday night. (credit: CBS)

Some Larimer County Residents Might Not See Homes For Months

Larimer County officials are reassuring evacuees that they will get the help they need as they endure a long wait before they can return home.


U.S. Fire Incident Commander Rich Harvey shows the fire map on June 17, 2013. (credit: CBS)

Black Forest Fire Investigation Continues, More Allowed To Return Home

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.


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Police Report Small Amount Of Crime In Black Forest Evacuation Areas

Police say they intend to find and prosecute anyone guilty of a crime in the Black Forest Fire evacuation areas.


Evacuees (credit: CBS)

Rain Falls As Crews Work To Get More Evacuees Home

Firefighters are working to get more people back into their homes after authorities lifted evacuations orders prompted by the wildfire near Colorado Springs.


An image of evacuees at Aurora Central High School (credit: CBS)

83 Forced From Home As Bomb Squad Worked Suspect’s Apartment

As the bomb squad worked to secure James Holmes’ apartment, the Red Cross provided shelter for 83 people, including 43 children who were forced to leave their homes.


Linda Burton's car was stolen out of her garage while she was evacuated from the Waldo Canyon Fire. (credit: CBS)

Waldo Canyon Fire Evacuees Return To Find Property Burglarized, Vandalized

Some evacuees from the Waldo Canyon Fire are returning home to find they were burglarized.


Rubble is all that remains of this home after the Waldo Canyon Fire in Colorado Springs. (credit: CBS)

Emotional Return Home For Waldo Canyon Fire Evacuees

Homeowners returned to their neighborhoods Sunday morning to see the destruction first hand in the wake of the Waldo Canyon Fire.


Flames from the Waldo Canyon Fire consume a mountain near homes in Colorado Springs as Nicole Frye rushes to safety. (credit: Nicole Frye)

Waldo Canyon Fire Victim Records Moments As She Flees Home

One Waldo Canyon Fire evacuee recorded her emotional journey as she was driving out of her neighborhood before her home was destroyed by flames.


Waldo Canyon Fire evacuees get a bird's eye view of the destruction the fire caused in their neighborhoods before being allowed to tour the area. (credit: CBS)

10,000+ Remain Evacuated In Waldo Canyon Fire

At least 10,000 people remain evacuated from the Waldo Canyon Fire burning in Colorado Springs. Some 7,000 evacuees will be allowed home at 8 p.m. Sunday.



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