'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.
Wind To Push Wildfire Danger Back To Critical Levels ThursdayThe wind may make new fire starts and existing fires difficult or impossible to control.
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.
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.
Air Quality Advisory Issued Due To Smoke From Fire In Summit CountyPeople who are near the Buffalo Mountain Fire burn area are being warned about poor air quality due to the smoke.
Once-Evacuated Residents Near Bocco Fire Allowed Back HomeEvacuations orders for some residents near Wolcott were allowed back into their homes on Monday after the Bocco Fire forced them to leave.
Search Continues For 3 Men Seen Near Origin Of Bocco FireThe search continues for three people who were in the area near the Bocco Fire when it started over the weekend.
Burro Fire Burns 1,000+ Acres Near 416 Firehe Burro Fire has burned more than 1,000 acres since it started in Montezuma County on Friday.
Denver Metro Area Firefighters Respond To 416 FireWest Metro firefighters have arrived in Durango in response to the 416 Fire.
Burro Fire Grows To Nearly 500 Acres In Montezuma CountyThe Burro Fire almost doubled in size from Saturday to Sunday in Montezuma County.
416 Fire Doubles In Size In Just 24 Hours; New Evacuation Orders GivenThe 416 Fire has doubled its size in about 24 hours. It's grown to more than 16,700 acres about 10 miles north of Durango.