Waldo Canyon Fire
Devastating wildfires have touched the lives of many Colorado Springs families last year and again this year, and CBS4′s Kelly Werthmann’s family is among those whose lives have been altered.
Nothing beats the glow of a campfire, especially at night. But last year with a fire ban in place, having a campfire meant campers could be fined hundreds of dollars or more. Fortunately, this is not last year.
Nearly a year after the Waldo Canyon Fire a popular recreation area is reopening.
An insurance company that employs private firefighters is showing off a new last resort for homeowners when it comes to protecting structures in the paths of wildfires.
The sentences handed down this week for two convicted Waldo Canyon Fire looters was longer than those that have been given out for some killers and rapists.
Two people convicted of looting a home evacuated by the Waldo Canyon wildfire last summer were sentenced today.
Gov. John Hickenlooper gave his annual wildfire briefing with state and federal officials at Centennial Airport Thursday. It was also the time to ask questions about whether the protocol for wildfire resources had changed.
A flash flood watch is in place through early Thursday evening in the burn area from the Waldo Canyon Fire, where residents have been sandbagging for days.
People living in or near the Waldo Canyon Fire burn area are being warned of the risk of flooding in that area.
A couple who lost their home in the Waldo Canyon Fire has a lot to celebrate nine months later.