Bill Would Make Penalty Higher For Leaving A Campfire UnattendedAbandoning a campfire in Colorado could soon have bigger consequences.
'Too Close For Comfort' Grass Fire Reminder Of Drought, Fire DangerModerate to severe drought conditions continue to expand across Colorado.
National Stories That Made Headlines In 2017estructive natural disasters and powerful men behaving badly are just some of the biggest national news stories of 2017. Here's what else happened this year.
Grass Fire Puts Up A Lot Of Smoke Near MeadCrews rushed to put out a fire that was burning in a field near Mead in Boulder County on Wednesday afternoon.
House Burns Down In The FoothillsA fire burned a home under construction in Coal Creek Canyon early Friday morning and the flames spread to some nearby trees.
Firefighter Dies Battling Huge California WildfireCory Iverson leaves behind his pregnant wife and their 2-year-old daughter.
West Metro Firefighters Help Thirsty Dog Near California WildfiresCrews from West Metro Fire Rescue helped out a dog near the wildfires burning in San Diego.
Video: Panicked Man Rescues Rabbit From California WildfireThe man clutches his head, jumps up and down, and paces anxiously, trying to figure out how to rescue the creature from the flames.
Flames Spark 911 Calls While Fire Crews Work On Controlled BurnAt the emergency dispatch center, 911 calls flooded in from people who spotted massive flames and smoke plume near Frisco on Wednesday. Actually, those flames are a welcome sight to many.
Fire Danger Elevated As Drought Expands Across ColoradoIt's hard to think about wildfire when the temperature is in the 30s.
Fire Burning In Longmont Park 90% ContainedA wildfire in Longmont is 90 percent contained on Monday morning after it started on Sunday night.
'We Don't Control These Things': Wildfire Recovery Could Take YearsIt will take at least months and likely years to fully recover from devastating wildfires that ripped through Northern California earlier this month, destroying at least 8,900 structures and killing 42 people, Sonoma County officials said Saturday.