Fish Population In Animas River Severely Reduced Due To Ash In RunoffOfficials say fish populations in the Animas River have been severely depleted due to suffocation caused by debris from the 416 Fire. 
Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Seeks To Dismiss 416 Fire LawsuitThe Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad has filed a motion to dismiss a $25 million lawsuit blaming it for starting the sixth largest wildfire in Colorado history.
Tourists Are Returning To Southwest Colorado After 416 FireTourists are returning after one of the worst fires in Colorado history last year. The 416 Fire burned 54,000 acres in 2018.
Railroad Faces $25 Million Lawsuit Over '416 Fire' Near DurangoThe federal government announced it is suing the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Company and its owner and operator for damages related to the 416 Fire.
Bear Cub Burned In 416 Fire Wakes Up From Hibernation, Leaves Artificial DenAn orphaned bear cub burned in a Colorado wildfire has made it through the winter and has emerged from the artificial den wildlife officials made for her.
Still No Cause Determined For 416 FireA year after its start, authorities have not announced the cause of a wildfire that burned about 85 square miles.
Colorado Tourist Train Delivers Renewed Hope To BusinessesA Colorado tourist railroad has commenced service, bringing hope to businesses that have been isolated by weather events.
Dozens Of Snowslides Cleared From Durango-Silverton Railroad TracksA heavy equipment contractor finished plowing snow from an avalanche-prone portion of iconic railroad track in southwestern Colorado this week. 
Orphaned Bear Cub Burned In 416 Fire Now Released Into The WildAn orphaned bear cub burned by a Colorado wildfire has been released back into the wild. 
2018's Top #COwx Headlines Include Big Hail, Huge Fires, Rare TwistersDepending on who you ask, the weather across Colorado in 2018 ranged from tame to extreme.
Top 10 Colorado Animal Stories Of 2018The past year, 2018, has 2018 brought us a lot of stories of typical bear behavior, meaning lots of car break-ins starting in the spring and running right through the fall.