U.S. Forest Service
More than 3,000 marijuana plants at an estimated worth of $8.4 million have been removed from an illegal growing site in the White River National Forest, according to U.S. Forest Service.
It’s the unofficial end to summer this weekend but crews are already looking ahead to winter.
A 17-year-old girl drowned after she was caught in heavy rain in Colorado Springs as storms pounded a region still reeling from mudslides and flash flooding that killed one person in nearby Manitou Springs last week.
There was a huge volunteer effort in Manitou Springs as residents spent another day cleaning up after severe flooding and mudslides.
Colorado’s ski resorts host tens of thousands of people a day in the winter, but they were handcuffed with what they could offer in the summer — that is until Sen. Mark Udall made a law changing that.
Federal authorities are cracking down on the use of exploding targets on U.S. Forest Service land in five states to prevent them from sparking wildfires.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is spending millions of dollars to protect Highway 14 from mudslides.
A 2-3-acre grass fire broke out in Douglas County near Monarch Boulevard and Serena Street. South Metro Fire responded.
People aren’t always looking to just hike, camp or ski when they head to U.S. Forest Service lands.
The U.S. Forest Service is starting demolition work on one of the earliest mining communities on the west side of the Continental Divide.