San Juan National Forest
Firefighting crews hopes a wildfire burning in southwestern Colorado burns itself out.
More firefighters are being called in to fight a small wildfire burning in southwestern Colorado.
A wildfire in the San Juan National Forest in Southwest Colorado has prompted the evacuation of a campground.
The Pipeline Fire burning near Trinidad was started by lightning on Wednesday and so far has burned 100 acres.
The battle against the massive West Fork Complex Fire took a setback on Monday.
Besides the Black Forest Fire, several other wildfires are burning across Colorado.
The U.S. Forest Service plans to start requiring people to register before they enter the Weminuche Wilderness in southwest Colorado.
A wildfire west of the Vallecito Reservoir in southwest Colorado has grown to about 1,000 acres.
A wildfire west of the Vallecito Reservoir has grown to about 1,000 acres.
State officials have issued a health advisory for portions of eastern La Plata County because of smoke being generated by the Vallecito Fire burning in the San Juan National Forest.