The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office is releasing a report on its response to a wildfire that killed two people and destroyed 347 houses in Colorado Springs last June.
Last year’s deadly fire season in Colorado prompted a real-life fire drill in Jefferson County on Saturday.
Colorado is a step closer to having its own fleet of air tankers. A state Senate committee approved legislation on Thursday that could dramatically change how the state fights wildfires.
Colorado Springs emergency managers said Thursday they are moving to fix problems that arose during last summer’s Waldo Canyon wildfire, which killed two people and destroyed 347 homes.
Last year’s devastating fire season is prompting Colorado lawmakers to think about establishing a state firefighting fleet.
Colorado can be a land of extremes when it comes to weather, with radical temperature swings and sudden storms. Learn more about it, and watch video from the CBS4 special “Eye on the Storm.”
Hundreds of homeowners living near the Waldo Canyon burn area in Colorado Springs are gearing up for more flooding this spring.
With an active fire season anticipated for this year, the single engine air tanker, or SEAT, is a valuable part of any fight against a wildfire.
After bitter finger-pointing, the Colorado House on Friday passed a $20.5 billion state budget for next year, sending more money to public schools, paying down some pension debt, and earmarking money to wildfire victims.
A review of the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history released Wednesday found much to praise and few problems in the way Colorado Springs agencies responded.
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