Hewlett Fire May Have Contaminated Fort Collins Drinking WaterThere is concern that the Hewlett Fire may have contaminated the drinking water in Fort Collins.
Big Task Of Repairing Hewlett Fire Damage Now BeginsNow that the Hewlett fire is contained a group of resource specialists, including hydrologists, biologists and engineers are focusing their attention on how to deal with the burn area.
Firefighters Hope To Have Hewlett Fire Contained By Tuesday EveningOn Tuesday at noon firefighters said they believe they are just hours way from having the Hewlett fire completely contained.
Hewlett Fire 94 Percent ContainedFirefighters in northern Colorado are nearing full containment of a blaze that has scorched about 12 square miles.
Hewlett Fire Could Be Contained By TuesdayA wildfire that has scorched about 12 square miles in northern Colorado is expected to be fully contained in the next few days.
Crews Mostly Contain Hewlett FireThe Hewlett Fire in northern Colorado that had forced the evacuation of dozens of homes earlier in the week was nearly contained late Saturday night.
Hewlett Fire 45 Percent Contained, Evacuation Orders LiftedThe Hewlett Fire burning in Poudre Canyon was 45 percent contained as of Friday evening and the last of the evacuated residents were allowed to return home.
Fort Collins Resident Cited For Starting Hewlett FireThe U.S. Forest Service has cited a Fort Collins man for starting the Hewlett Fire.
Smoke Warning Continues Friday Afternoon For Hewlett FireThe Hewlett Fire has poured smoke into the skies for the past several days, prompting the Colorado Health Department to issue an advisory.
Hickenlooper Declares Disaster Emergency For Hewlett FireThe severity of the Hewlett Fire near Fort Collins has prompted Gov. John Hickenlooper to declare a disaster emergency.
Health Officials Warn Of Smoke Dangers From Hewlett FireThe smoke from the growing Hewlett Fire burning in Poudre Canyon west of Fort Collins could be dangerous to some people.
More Resources Help Colorado Fight Massive Wildfire There are only 10 heavy air tankers in the U.S. used for fighting fires. Colorado has two of them helping fight the Hewlett Fire burning in Poudre Canyon.