If state and local governments don’t meet face to face with their citizens and become a sounding board for all their frustrations, they’ve missed a valuable opportunity. That’s one major lesson learned from the flood: Listen to your residents.
Some homeowners in unincorporated Boulder County whose homes were damaged during the historic flooding in September may not be able to rebuild.
Friday’s snow did not bring as many problems as anticipated to flood-damaged roads in Boulder County, but officials admit they dodged a bullet.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is reimbursing the Colorado State Forest Service for 75 percent of the cost of the Fourmile Canyon and Reservoir fires.
A study of a devastating Colorado wildfire says advance work to create fire breaks had little impact on the behavior of the blaze but did provide safe transpiration routes.
CBS4′s Stan Bush talked with a man who fought the flames last year to save his ranch. Mike Walker is hoping he’ll never see another fire like the Fourmile fire.
The weekend doesn’t mean work is over for some homeowners in Boulder County. They will be hard at work shoveling mud off their property.
All roads in Fourmile Canyon have opened after they were washed out with mud Thursday morning from heavy rains overnight.
Several roads in Fourmile Canyon were washed out with mud Thursday morning after heavy rains overnight. Copter4 video showed a couple of cars that were stuck in mud in the west end of the burn area.
Quarter-size hail pelted parts of the Denver area Wednesday night and there were concerns about flooding in Boulder in another round of severe weather. Early Thursday morning officials in Boulder said two surges in Boulder Creek wound up having no major impacts.