Colorado Deputies Relocate Homeless Due To Fire DangerColorado authorities closed a homeless camp after fire danger, trash buildup and impacts to nearby neighborhoods resulted in heightened scrutiny and concerns.
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.
Donations Needed To Save Shelter Dog With Arrow Lodged In SkullVeterinarians in Colorado are working to save the life of a shelter dog with an arrow lodged in his skull.
Judge Postpones Redwine Trial After Attorney's ArrestA judge has postponed the trial of a man accused of killing his 13-year-old son in southwest Colorado.
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.
Red Flag Warning Prompts Ban On All Burn Permits In DurangoHot and dry weather is prompting a total ban on burn permits in Durango, according to the fire department there.
Campgrounds Near Durango Closed Due To Snow, FloodingSnow is disrupting camping plans for some people in southwestern Colorado.
Crews Take Aggressive Action On '186 Fire' Burning In Southwestern ColoradoLightning sparked a wildfire that's burning northeast of Durango. The 186 fire is one of two wildfires burning in Colorado right now.
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.
Trial For Mark Redwine Pushed Back To Mid-SeptemberA man accused of killing his 13-year-old son in southwest Colorado is scheduled to go to trial Sept. 18.
Construction Crews Making Progress Clearing Snow From Durango Train TracksCrews are making progress on clearing what was left behind from a big avalanche.
Most Of Southwest Colorado In 'Drought Recovery' As Snowpack SurgesColorado's snowpack is now over 140 percent of normal thanks to a series of winter storms.