Hayman Fire

(credit: CBS)

Climate Change Impacts Western Wildfires

Dr. Kevin Trenberth at the National Center for Atmospheric Research believes climate change is making wildfires fires bigger.


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$1 Million Donated To Sustain Denver Water Supply

Three companies on Tuesday donated $1 million to help sustain clean drinking water for Denver and other metro-area communities.


The controlled burn near Winter Park (credit: CBS)

Denver Water, Forest Service Team Up On Thinning Project

A massive burn project is underway near Winter Park as the U.S. Forest Service is trying to prevent wildfires, and the project could also be good news for Denver Water customers.


Volunteers plant pine seedlings in the Hayman Fire Burn Area. (credit: CBS)

Waldo Canyon Restoration Based On Lessons From Hayman Burn Area

Environmentalists say they’re using the lessons they learned in Hayman to better protect Waldo Canyon.


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Wildfire Gives Homeowners In High Meadow Fire Burn Area A Scare

Extremely dry conditions in the foothills on Sunday fueled a 5 acre wildfire off of Highway 286 in Jefferson County.


Diana Webb took this photo on June 26 when the Waldo Canyon Fire exploded.

Soil Severely Burned On 20 Percent Of Waldo Fire

Wildfire experts say the Waldo Canyon Fire near Colorado Springs severely burned the soil across more than 5 square miles, about 20 percent of the total area burned by the blaze.


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Experts Explain How Waldo Canyon Fire Moved Downhill

Fires make their own weather in a variety of ways. CBS4’s Alan Gionet found out that’s what happened with the devastating Waldo Canyon Fire.


This image was captured on June 18 inside the lines of the High Park Fire. (credit: Colorado National Guard)

2012 Could Be Colorado’s Worst Fire Year Ever

So far no official has stated outright that this is Colorado’s worst year ever for fires, but already the state has seen the second and fourth largest fires in recorded Colorado history.


An image of the fire (credit: Krista Nunn)

Springer Fire Near Lake George At Nearly 1,000 Acres

A wildfire burning about three miles south of Lake George in the Pike National Forest has now burned nearly 1,000 acres in Park County.


An image of the fire (credit: Krista Nunn)

Another Wildfire Prompts Evacuations Near Lake George

Firefighters are battling a wildfire burning about three miles south of Lake George in the Pike National Forest.



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