Colorado Firefighter Who Died Of Cancer Being HonoredColorado is honoring a firefighter who died of cancer attributed to his work.
Denver Firefighters Welcome Crews From EnglewoodThe Denver Fire Department officially welcomed firefighters from Englewood into their fold on Thursday.
Firefighter Meets His Rescuers, Fellow FirefightersIt was a heartfelt reunion as an Arvada firefighter thanked the firefighters from the North Metro District who helped save his life last fall.
Firefighters Help Man Whose Shelter Burned On ThanksgivingFirefighters are helping a man who lost his home by finding him food and shelter on Thanksgiving.
Local Fire Departments Fight Invisible Danger: CancerIt's a firefighter's job to run into a burning building. But after the smoke clears, the true threat of the profession could appear years later.
More Drivers Fail To Yield To Emergency VehiclesThe law requires drivers to yield to emergency vehicles. Across the Denver metro area many drivers are not yielding or giving right-of-way to those vehicles like ambulances and fire trucks which puts their response in jeopardy.
Fire Crews Preparing For Wildfire SeasonFire crews are on high alert this weekend after a brush fire in Aurora on Friday.
Firefighters Warming Up For Wildfire SeasonWildfire season is starting to heat up in Colorado, and firefighters are making sure they're ready to go at any moment.
Law Grants Death Payment For Seasonal FirefightersFamilies of Colorado seasonal wildland firefighters who die in the line of duty will get a $10,000 payment to help with funeral costs and other expenses under a new law.
Air Tanker Base Moved To Fort Collins-LovelandLarge air tankers fighting wildfires along Colorado's Front Range will be based at the Fort Collins-Loveland Airport this year.
More Than 300 South Dakota Firefighters Helping In ColoradoMore than 300 firefighters from across South Dakota are helping battle the wildfires raging in Colorado.
Forest Service To Hire 500 Fewer Firefighters As Wildfire Season BeginsAs dry conditions set the stage for another difficult fire season, the Forest Service said Tuesday it will hire 500 fewer firefighters than last year because of automatic spending cuts imposed by Congress.