A Look At The Worst Wildfires In Colorado HistoryTake a look at some of the worst wildfires in Colorado's recorded history.
CSU Researchers Using High-Tech Plane To Study WildfiresA cargo plane loaded with a million dollars worth of equipment and Colorado scientists is prepped to study wildfire smoke.
Specially Trained Firefighters Come To Aid When There's TroubleWhen a wildfire sparks in Colorado, fire crews go to work; saving homes and sometimes lives, putting their own lives on the line.
Deer Creek Canyon Park Reopens To Public, Evidence Of Wildfire RemainsDeer Creek Canyon Park reopened to visitors one week after a wildfire forced hundreds of people to evacuate their homes.
Stage 1 Fire Restrictions In Place In Summit CountyStage 1 fire restrictions are in place in Summit County due to dry conditions.
Wildfire Burns 160 Acres Near Dinosaur National Monument HeadquartersA wildfire is burning at one of Colorado's national monuments on the Western Slope.
Fireworks May Have Started Palisade Peach Festival FireAs fire crews work to contain a small, riverside wildfire that sparked Friday night, investigators acknowledge fireworks are the suspected cause of the blaze.
Deer Creek Canyon Park Remains Closed After Fire, Search For Juveniles ContinuesFirefighters were still putting out hotspots at the Deer Creek Canyon Park Fire, which forced the evacuation of more than 300 homes on Thursday.
Fire Breaks Out At Palisade Peach Festival Fireworks ShowA fire broke out Friday night at the Palisade Peach Festival Fireworks Show.
2 Juveniles Spotted Running Away After Deer Creek Canyon Park Fire StartedAuthorities are looking for two juvenile males who may have had a role in starting a wildfire in Jefferson County which is now 100% contained.
Deer Creek Canyon Park Fire 100% Contained, Evacuations LiftedEvacuees are being allowed to return to their homes in the area around the Deer Creek Canyon Park Fire burn area.
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Fire Danger ForecastCheck the latest U.S. Forest Service's fire danger outlook.
ColoradoWildfireRisk.comThe website ColoradoWildfireRisk.com can help you assess the wildfire risk at your home. The site is an effort from Colorado State Forest Service.
U.S. Drought MonitorOn a special page of the U.S.'s NIDIS website, you can track weekly drought conditions in Colorado.
Firewise.orgThe website Firewise.org can help you make your community safer from wildfires and teach you other preparedness tips.
Significant Wildfire OutlookThe predictive services group at the National Interagency Fire Coordination Center takes a look at wildfire risk for the next few months around Colorado and the United States.
Historic Colorado Wildfire Changed American Fire PolicyIn 1994 rapidly growing wildfire on Storm King Mountain claimed the lives of over a dozen fire fighters.
Past Wildfires Guide Governor To Better Protect ColoradoSeeing a wall of flames consume dozens of home prompted quick action.
Digging Into The Science Behind Weather & WildfireThere are several factors that go into feeding a wildfire, but they almost all tie back to one very important weather variable.
A Coordinated Dance To Fight Wildfire From The SkyWhen a wildfire breaks out, it takes an incredible amount of coordination to fight the flames, both on the ground and in the air.
Neighbors Take Bold Stand To Fight Against Future WildfireThis group of neighbors from the Black Forest gives new meaning to "it takes a village."
Mitigating Against Wildfire Is More Than Cutting Down TreesIt turns out that some of the smallest details, such as in landscaping, can help protect your home from the flames of a fire.