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Tornado damage in the Devil's Head area of Pike National Forest (credit: CBS)

$5,000 Fines If Found In Tornado-Damaged Area: ‘So Dangerous In Here’

There is a warning for hikers after a rare tornado struck the Front Range on Tuesday. The damage to the Devil’s Head are of the Pike National Forest about an hour southwest of Denver, is so great the area remains closed.

07/24/2015

Hundreds of trees lay flattened in the vicinity of Devils Head Trail after an EF1 tornado touched down. (credit: CBS)

Front Range Hiking Trail Closed After Damage From Possible Tornado

Crews from the U.S. Forest Service are still working to determine the size of the area impacted.

07/22/2015

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Firefighters Headed For Canada To Fight Wildfires

Five federal firefighting crews are scheduled to leave the Grand Junction Regional Airport on Sunday for wildland fire assignments in Canada.

07/18/2015

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Campers Near Aspen Must Use Bear-Resistant Containers

Campers near Aspen must use bear-resistant containers or face a hefty fine.

07/15/2015

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Several Counties Considering ‘Safe Areas’ For Gun Enthusiasts

Representatives from Clear Creek, Gilpin, Larimer and Boulder counties are looking at creating new safe areas for shooting.

07/14/2015

The Ecklund Fire (credit: National Park Service)

With No New Growth, Firefighters Scale Back At Moffat County Wildfire

Firefighters battling a wildfire that broke out last Saturday in Moffat County near the town of Dinosaur have scaled down on Thursday to due minimal growth.

07/02/2015

The Ecklund Fire (credit: National Park Service)

Wildfire On Dinosaur National Monument Property Estimated At 400 Acres

Firefighters are battling a wildfire that broke out on Saturday in Moffat County near the town of Dinosaur.

06/29/2015

A transient camp found near Telluride (credit: San Miguel County Sheriff)

Authorities Cracking Down On Illegal Camping In Durango Area

Local and federal authorities are joining forces to crack down on illegal camping in southwestern Colorado, a growing problem highlighted by a series of bear attacks on people camping in Durango.

06/10/2015

The natural dam that's formed near the top of the slide site (credit: Mesa County Department of Public Works)

Pond At Site Of Massive Grand Mesa Landslide Could Spill Over Soon

Residents in Mesa County are preparing for a possible evacuation due to flooding concerns.

06/07/2015

Timothy Hayashi, Mesa County Department of Public Works Senior Engineer, points out problems with the mudslide (credit: CBS)

New Creek Found At Site Of Massive Mudslide Near Collbran Raises Threat Level

There are concerns over the stability of a mountainside in western Colorado. A year ago it gave way and three people below were killed.

05/26/2015

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