Firefighter Safety A Top Priority As Beaver Creek Fire Continues To BurnA wildfire that started a month ago near Walden in northern Colorado continues to burn and create headaches for fire managers.
Citing Danger, Firefighters Let Some Areas Of Hayden Pass Blaze BurnFirefighters are letting areas of a wildfire burn near Coaldale in southern Colorado because it is too dangerous to get into some wilderness areas, authorities said Sunday.
Beaver Creek Fire Burns 19,460+ AcresThe Beaver Creek Fire continued to burn on Tuesday, growing to 19,464 acres with only five percent containment.
Beaver Creek Fire Grows To Nearly 19,000 AcresThe Beaver Creek Fire continued to burn unchecked Monday and had charred 18,787 acres along the Colorado-Wyoming state line.
Visible Smoke Rises From Beaver Creek FireFire crews say windy and dry conditions helped fuel the Beaver Creek Fire on Thursday as the wildfire comes under new management.
Wind, Dry Conditions Fuel Beaver Creek FireFire crews say windy and dry conditions helped fuel the Beaver Creek Fire on Tuesday.
Dry Conditions Help Fuel Beaver Creek FireFire crews continue to patrol and mop up hot spots at the the Beaver Creek Fire.
Emergency Closures Ordered Near Beaver Creek FireFire crews put an emergency closure into place near the Beaver Creek Fire as the blaze continued to burn.
Cloudy Conditions Help Firefighters Battling Beaver Creek FireA second day of cloudy weather is helping to stop the flames of the Beaver Creek Fire from spreading.
Forest Service: Beaver Creek Fire Could Burn Until OctoberThe Forest Service says the Beaver Creek Fire burning in Northern Colorado near the Wyoming state line may not be under control until mid-October.
Beaver Creek Fire Grows To 13,275 AcresThe Beaver Creek Fire burning in Northern Colorado near the Wyoming state line has grown to 13,275 acres but fire crews say it hasn't burned with the intensity as seen in days prior.
Beaver Creek Fire Grows Overnight, Containment Target Aug. 1The Beaver Creek Fire grew about 2,000 acres overnight bringing the total number of acres burned to 11,776. The fire is only five percent contained.