Wildlife Officials: Elk Herd Flourishing Despite Habitat Destroyed By Cameron Peak FireColorado Parks and Wildlife managers say the animals were pushed to lower elevations as the fire expanded, but to places they would have migrated to eventually. They just made the trip earlier than normal. Next summer's behavior, however, is in question.
Cameron Peak Fire Report Shows $6 Million Of Damage Done To StructuresOfficials in Larimer County have released an assessment report for properties damaged by the Cameron Peak Fire.
Historic Colorado Wildfire Season Could Impact Drinking Water For MillionsThe historic wildfire season of 2020 could impact drinking water for more than a million Colorado residents. 
Top 2020 Colorado Weather Events Included Rare Rocky Mountain DerechoWhen it comes to weather in the year 2020 most are going to remember the extreme drought which led to record wildfires, but we did have some other notable events.
Neguse Pushes For Wildfire Relief In Next COVID Stimulus PackageCongressman Joe Neguse is leading the push to include wildfire relief in the next COVID-19 stimulus package. The East Troublesome Fire and the Cameron Peak Fire burned more than 300,000 acres in Colorado this summer, both burning in the congressional district that Neguse represents. 
Red Cross Closes Wildfire Shelter For Those Displaced From Cameron Peak, East Troublesome FiresThe Red Cross closed its wildfire shelter in Larimer County on Tuesday.
Cameron Peak Fire Now 100% Contained 112 Days After It StartedThe Cameron Peak Fire is now fully contained after burning for nearly 16 weeks, 112 days to be exact.
Containment Slightly Increases At Cameron Peak FireFirefighters have contained 94% of the Cameron Peak Fire -- up slightly in recent days.
Temporary Donation Center For Cameron Peak Fire Open At Outlets At LovelandThose who want to help out this holiday season can help the victims of the Cameron Peak Fire.
CSU Team Gets National Science Foundation Award To Study Cameron Peak Fire Burn AreaA team of scientists at Colorado State University has received nearly $50,000 to study streams and snowpack in the Cameron Peak Fire burn area.
Helicopter View Shows Cameron Peak Fire Damage, FEMA Warns Of Possible FloodingHot spots continue to burn in the Cameron Peak Fire burn area. Crews took a tour of the burn area by helicopter to get a better view of where the fire is still most dangerous.