Top 10 Colorado News Stories Of 2018 So FarThe first half of 2018 is coming to a close, and as CBS4 was Covering Colorado First, these were the biggest news stories featured in our newscasts.
'It Gave Us A Chance': New Video Shows Relentless Attack On Buffalo FireOn Tuesday the Red, White and Blue Fire Protection District wildland team was supposed to hold a joint training with Summit Fire in the forest on Buffalo Mountain.
Buffalo Fire Now 95 Percent ContainedThe fire that forced nearly 1,400 evacuations is now 95 percent contained.
Buffalo Fire Now 45 Percent ContainedThe Buffalo Fire burning near Silverthorne was 45 percent contained as of Friday morning.
'I Would Hug Every Single One': All Evacuation Orders Lifted For Buffalo FireAll evacuation orders were lifted Thursday afternoon in Silverthorne as firefighters continue to secure the fire lines on the fire burning on Buffalo Mountain. Some of those allowed to return home will remain under pre-evacuation status.
Buffalo Fire Evacuations Still In Place In SilverthorneEvacuation orders are still in place in Silverthorne as firefighters work to improve the fire lines on the fire burning on Buffalo Mountain.
Buffalo Fire Burning Near Silverthorne 'Human Caused'Firefighters say there was no new growth on the Buffalo Fire overnight. Officials say the fire was not caused by nature.
Buffalo Fire Prompts Frisco Fireworks Show CancellationDry conditions and high fire danger have forced Frisco town officials to cancel a fireworks display at their annual BBQ challenge.
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.
Evacuated Paralympian Snowboarder Thanks 'Unbelievable' FirefightersA Paralympic snowboarder who lives in Silverthorne was one of the residents who had to evacuate from her home after the Buffalo Fire broke out.
Officials Credit 'Fuel Breaks' In Buffalo Fire; Evacuations Still In PlaceHundreds of residences in Silverthorne are under evacuation orders due to a wildfire that's putting out heavy smoke in Summit County.
Buffalo Fire Keeps Residents Away Overnight: 'Lots Of People Were Texting'Ty Cecil was at work in Vail when a neighbor called and asked if he wanted them to grab his dog.