Fire Danger Prompts Fire Restrictions In Several CountiesSeveral counties in Colorado have fire restrictions in place after an increased fire danger forecast across the state.
Some Front Range Fire Restrictions Being LiftedSome fire restrictions are being lifted along the Front Range now that October has brought cooler, more fall-like weather.
Denver & Front Range Put On Drought Watch, Another County Adds Burn BanJust a few months ago we were talking flooding and the end of drought.
Udall Has Warning About Fire Danger This SummerThe fire danger remains high to very high across much of the state. Because of the danger more areas are imposing fire bans.
Those Who Disobey Fire Bans Could End Up In JailWildfire season is so bad this year that some county leaders aren't even warning anyone about firework restrictions -- they're just handing out tickets. And open fire bans are being put in place across the state.
Forest Service Considers Bringing Back Fire Ban In Certain AreasAs of Wednesday the northern part of Colorado has high fire danger, and the U.S. Forest Service fears it will only get worse.
Jefferson County, Other Areas Ease Fire RestrictionsGov. John Hickenlooper lifted the statewide fire ban over the weekend, and now some counties, cities and parks are also easing restrictions.
Warnings Sent Out To Get Rid Of Cigarettes SafelyWhen counties and the forest managers put open fire bans into effect, most of them include smoking outdoors.
More Fire Restrictions Tighten In Parts Of ColoradoSome Colorado communities are tightening fire restrictions amid high fire danger and forecasts for more dry weather.
Backyard Grilling Permitted, But Only When Using A LidThe fire danger is prompting fire bans across Colorado, but those can be confusing. Many people have wondered if they can grill in their own backyard.
4 Colorado Counties Join Fire BanFour counties in Colorado have joined several that have enacted fire bans in time for the Memorial Day weekend.
Fire Bans On Federal Lands Enacted In Time For Memorial Day WeekendFire bans are in place for some federal lands in several counties including Eagle, Garfield, Mesa and Pitkin Counties.