Train's First Post-Fire Trip Halted By Rain, Wildfire DebrisA rainstorm Wednesday swept debris from a charred hillside in Costilla County, interrupting the Rio Grande Scenic Railroad's first trip over La Veta pass since a wildfire closed the area in late June.
More Than 2,500 Homes Evacuated By Fires In ColoradoMore than 2,500 homes are under evacuation orders in Colorado as firefighters battle over a half dozen wildfires around the state.
Spring Fire Grows To 41,000+ Acres; ICE Places Detainer On SuspectMore than 2,000 homes have been evacuated in Costilla and Huerfano Counties due to the Spring Fire.
More Firefighters Arrive To Tackle Spring FireCrews struggled to rein in a wildfire that was spreading in several different directions Sunday in southern Colorado.
One Arrested On Arson Charge For Spring Fire; Homes Left In Piles Of RubbleOfficials in Costilla County say they arrested one man, identified as Jesper Joergensen, on arson charges for the Spring Fire.
Spring Fire Explodes In Size To 24,000 Acres, Jumps HighwayThe size of a wildland fire in Costilla County exploded overnight -- from 4,000 acres on Thursday to nearly 24,000 acres on Friday.
Some Structures Destroyed In Spring FireA wildland fire in Costilla County has burned 4,000 acres as of Thursday afternoon and continued to burn out of control. The fire has burned some structures.
Fire Grows To 1,000+ Acres, Forces Evacuations Near La VetaThe Spring Fire has prompted evacuations between Fort Garland and La Veta. Officials haven't confirmed a size of the fire at this point, but it is not contained.
Weather Watchers Have A Rich History In ColoradoOne of the first weather stations in Colorado dates back to 1852 at Fort Massachusetts, in an area now known as Fort Garland.
Fort Garland Celebrates 150th AnniversaryFort Garland is the oldest standing fort in Colorado and it is home to a cast of characters determined to make sure visitors to the fort know how its inhabitants lived in years past.