Parts Of Colorado Classified As 'Severe Drought'Nearly all of Colorado is now abnormally dry or worse on the U.S. Drought Monitor.
Wet Spring Temporarily Ends Drought In ColoradoAbnormally dry conditions are still being experienced in the central mountains and on the western slope.
Recent Storms Help Ease Drought In Eastern ColoradoThere's good news to report with regard to Colorado's drought.
Nearly 1 Million Along Colorado's Front Range In DroughtA weekly drought report released on Thursday contained bad news for parts of the Denver metro area.
Fall Storm Won't Help Expanding Front Range DroughtThe latest report from the U.S. Drought Monitor shows bad news for parts of Colorado.
Crews Make Progress On Starwood FireCrews continue to make progress on the 350-acre wildfire burning near the Colorado-Wyoming border.
Lightning Started Fire Near Colorado-Wyoming BorderInvestigators have confirmed that lightning started a 350-acre wildfire burning near the Colorado-Wyoming border.
Pre-Drought Expands Into Denver Thanks To Lackluster MonsoonMany areas have been reporting drier-than-normal conditions since June.
Early Drought Expanding In Colorado's Northern Front RangeAn extremely dry June and a stretch of hot weather have caused conditions to rapidly change after a fairly wet winter and spring.
Positive Wildfire Outlook Following Big Snow SeasonWhile the low fire danger is very good news, the risk is never far away from the Front Range.
Colorado Declared Drought-Free For First Time In 5 Years, But Don't Get Too ComplacentEven with a strong El Niño in the forecast this fall and winter, drought will be back, sooner than you might think.
Colorado's Rain Isn't Helping Southwest ReservoirsColorado is slogging through a wetter than normal spring, with heavy rains restoring much-needed moisture to parched rangeland and sending some rivers over the banks.