416 Fire Declared Completely ControlledFire officials say the 416 Fire is now completely controlled, but it's not "out."
Lawsuit: Railroad Should Pay For Damage After 416 FireThe 416 fire may have missed Kristi Householder's home, but the mudslides caused by rain on July 14th didn't.
Residents, Businesses File Lawsuit Against Railroad Over 416 FireA civil case filed Monday in District Court alleges the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad started the 416 Fire, which burned 54,129 acres.
Trout Thought To Be Extinct Found In ColoradoA unique type of trout thought to be extinct has been rescued from southwestern Colorado streams where ash from a wildfire threatened their survival.
Therapeutic Wraps Come Off For Bear Found With Burned Paws In 416 FireAn orphaned bear cub that suffered terrible, painful burns to its paws in the 416 Fire near Durango is getting back on its feet.
CPW Released Video Of Dark, Clouded Water Killing FishThe Colorado Parks and Wildlife released new video of the runoff from the recent storms near Durango in La Plata County.
Animas River Fish Dying Due To Low Water Levels, Forest Fire DebrisWildlife officials are asking anglers to fish early in the day in the Animas River.
Durango & Silverton Railroad Resumes Trips As Wildfire Settles DownFive weeks after closing due to the 416 Fire, the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad has resumed its daily trips.
416 Fire No Longer Considered A ThreatA large wildfire that started over a month ago in southwestern Colorado is no longer considered a threat.
Bear Cub Injured In 416 Fire Visited By Iconic Smokey BearThe bear cub that was burned in the 416 Fire still burning in Durango got a special visit from an icon and advocate for fire safety.
Four 2018 Wildfires Join List Of Top 10 Largest In Colorado HistoryThis summer will see four Colorado wildfires climb into the top 10 list of biggest wildfires in state history.
Bear Cub Burned In 416 Fire 'Responding Very Well To Treatment'An orphaned bear cub injured in the 416 Fire near Durango will get a chance to return to the wild -- thanks to firefighters and Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff.