Republicans are making their case to create a commission to pay victims of a Colorado wildfire southwest of Denver that killed three people and damaged two dozen homes last month.
Emergency communications involving firefighters and sheriff’s deputies responding to a wildfire that killed three people in Jefferson County show they didn’t expect it to explode as it did.
The family of a woman presumed killed in a Colorado wildfire is questioning why a firefighter didn’t leave his vehicle and walk past a chain blocking her driveway to warn her to evacuate.
On the day the Lower North Fork Fire started not every reverse 911 call went out as intended. Now officials are explaining why.
Emergency officials initially told confused and worried residents not to worry about smoke from what turned into a wildfire on the outskirts of Denver.
The Colorado State Forest Service resumed control of the Lower North Fork fire from the Type 1 incident team Tuesday morning.
A couple who didn’t escape the Lower North Fork Fire was remembered Friday by friends and family.
The couple who died in the Lower North Fork Fire will be remembered by a tight-knit community in Littleton.
Some residents in the path of a Colorado wildfire weren’t warned to flee. Jefferson County sheriff’s spokeswoman Jacki Kelley said Thursday the problem was probably caused by a software glitch in the county’s emergency notification system.