Lightning is to blame for sparking several wildfires in Colorado recently, but in one Denver-area community on man says lightning came far too close to home.
New research from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Boulder shows the majority of lightning deaths happen during outdoor leisure activities.
Besides the Black Forest Fire, several other wildfires are burning across Colorado.
The plan for the Big Meadows Fire burning in Rocky Mountain National Park is to keep it north of Tonahutu Creek.
A family in Aurora says it was the loudest thing they’ve ever heard. Now they’re cleaning up after lightning struck their house.
A lightning strike may be to blame for starting a house fire in Stapleton.
There was a lot to clean up in Aurora on Thursday morning after lightning hit a tree, stripping it clean of bark and flinging branches across a home.
Colorado can be a land of extremes when it comes to weather, with radical temperature swings and sudden storms. Learn more about it, and watch video from the CBS4 special “Eye on the Storm.”
Lightning prompted Vail Mountain to evacuate its ski slopes briefly, but it restarted its ski lifts a short time later.
A Longmont police officer is expected to fully recover after he was nearly hit by a lightning strike.