As 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.
Governor Hickenlooper sent a warning to his Democratic colleagues this week, letting them know he’ll veto a bill if it is passed as written. Will Legislative Dems heed the warning or call his bluff?
Extremely dry conditions in the foothills on Sunday fueled a 5 acre wildfire off of Highway 286 in Jefferson County.
Labor proposals to change union rules in Colorado are up for debate in a Colorado Senate committee, which could test Democratic solidarity less than two weeks after the party took over complete control of the Legislature.
Nearly two dozen new firefighters are ready to work after they graduated from training academy on Friday.
What started as a small idea when the Waldo Canyon Fire was burning this summer is now making a big difference for victims.
One person is okay after escaping from a burning house early Friday morning in Parker.
A total of 343 firefighters from around the Denver metro area honored their colleagues who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks with a special event at a Denver skyscraper on Tuesday.
Some of the first firefighters on scene the morning of the shootings in Aurora got some help coping with the tragedy from their peers from New York City who had been through 9/11.
Fire crews took advantage of the cooler weather and higher humidity on Wednesday and Thursday in the fight against the High Park Fire burning west of Fort Collins.