Evacuation, Pre-Evacuation Orders Lifted For Some 416 Fire ResidentsLa Plata County officials lifted evacuation for residents in the Hermosa area on Sunday. The 416 Fire has been burning in the area for two weeks.
Concerns From Wildfire Residents Switches To Concerns Of FloodingRain this weekend could help firefighters battling the 416 and Burro Fires near Durango.
Flash Flooding Feared As 416 Fire Continues To RageMore than 1,000 firefighters are still working to control a drought-fueled fire in the San Juan National Forest near Durango.
More Evacuees Return Home In 416 FireMore people living near the 416 Fire burning north of Durango who were evacuated are being allowed to return home on Thursday.
Hickenlooper: More Firefighting Resources In Colorado Than Other States In Mountain WestGov. John Hickenlooper is commending the firefighters and other emergency responders as wildfires continue to burn across Colorado.
416 Fire Grows To 27,000+ Acres, Some Evacuations LiftedThe 416 Fire burning north of Durango has grown to more than 27,000 acres.
Gov. Hickenlooper, Senators Bennet, Gardner To Visit 416 FireState leaders visited the 416 Fire on Tuesday.
Extreme Fire Danger Forces Another National Forest To CloseExtreme fire danger prompted officials to shut down a sprawling forest that includes some of Colorado's most stunning mountains in a region that attracts tourists from around the world, a rare tactic also being used in neighboring states as the U.S. Southwest struggles with severe drought.