Owners Of Evacuated Animals Thankful For Fairgrounds During WildfireAnimal Control says about 85 horses were evacuated from the Rabbit Mountain Fire. Many went to private ranches, but several were brought to the Boulder County Fairgrounds.
Resident On Possible Serial Arsonist: 'I Just Wish He'd Stop'Firefighters are concerned a serial arsonist is setting fires on Green Mountain in Jefferson County.
Hotspots Still An Issue, But Rabbit Mountain Fire ContainedThe 151-acre Rabbit Mountain Fire in Boulder County is fully contained, but many firefighters are still on scene dealing with flareups and variable wind gusts.
Fast-Spreading Weld County Wildfire Burns 2 Structures, VehiclesA wildfire in southwestern Weld County destroyed two structures and two cars on Monday afternoon.
Evacuations Ordered, Structure Burns In WildfireOne structure was reportedly on fire and residents and livestock were being evacuated due to a wildfire in Boulder County.
Fire Bans In Effect In Several Areas On Colorado's Front RangeDry weather, coupled with record-breaking and near-record warmth, has prompted several areas to enact fire restrictions.
Concerns Heightened After 2 Small Overnight WildfiresThe second of two early morning brush fires on Green Mountain is out, contained to just one acre by the time crews wrapped up at approximately 10 a.m. Monday.
Small Wildfire Quickly Brought Under Control In Jefferson CountyA small wildfire broke out early Monday morning on Green Mountain in Jefferson County and was quickly brought under control.
Video Shows Grass Fire Coming Dangerously Close To HomesFirefighters saved several homes in Highlands Ranch from a fast moving brush fire Sunday afternoon.
Smoke Could Be Seen For Miles From Grass Fire Near Colorado SpringsSmoke from a grass fire burning near Colorado Springs could be seen for miles.
Crews Battle Brush Fire In Douglas CountyCrews responded to a brush fire in Douglas County Saturday afternoon.
Danger For Fire Boosted By Dry And Warm February Dry, Dry, Dry! The lack of moisture over the Front Range this February is beginning to be something we all need to worry about. Some communities like Jefferson County have fire bans in place and it doesn’t look like the pattern over eastern Colorado will be changing soon.