'Carson Midway Fire' Cause Revealed To Be Live Fire TrainingU.S. Army officials have released what caused the Carson Midway fire that destroyed three homes earlier this month.
Army Quiet On Whether Live Rounds Were Used When Fire BeganThe Army remained silent Monday on whether live ammunition was in use during a training exercise at Fort Carson three days ago, the same day a fire started on the post, spread to private land and destroyed three homes.
Trash, Tire Fires Keep Some From Going Home After WildfireBurning tires and trash are keeping a few residents from going home after a wildfire started on a southern Colorado Army post and spread across the post boundary, destroying three homes and several vehicles.
Firefighters Discover Illegal Pot Grow During WildfireFirefighters wrestling a 3,300-acre brush fire came upon more than 100 plants in a marijuana cultivation operation Saturday.
Carson Midway Fire Contained, But Residents Raise Searing CriticismAuthorities declared the Carson Midway Fire 100 percent contained early Sunday afternoon while residents' anger burned toward the nearby Army base.
Residents Still Evacuated From 3,300-Acre FirePersonnel from El Paso and Pueblo counties continued Saturday to assess damage caused by the Carson Midway Fire as evacuated residents waited to return to their homes.