RING VIDEO: Amazing Images Show Firefighters Battling Bear Creek Fire Only Feet From HousesOne of several Colorado Springs homes that backs up to Bear Creek Regional Park had their house's Ring video on Thursday when a wildfire advanced right up to their property line.
Snowstorm Brings Critically Needed Moisture To ColoradoIt may be bitterly cold outside but Colorado really needed this storm! The area where the Cameron Peak and East Troublesome fires are burning received at least a foot of snow on average.
VIDEO: Firefighter Drives Through Flames Of East Troublesome FireA paramedic with Grand County Emergency Medical Services was sitting shotgun -- and called Garrett Sullivan a hero.
East Troublesome Fire Continues To Threaten Numerous Colorado CommunitiesThe East Troublesome Fire continues to threaten Colorado communities on its eastern and southern flanks.
Two Of Colorado's Major Wildfires -- East Troublesome Fire And Cameron Peak Fire -- Could MergePotential is there for the Cameron Peak Fire And The East Troublesome Fire to merge together.
Granby Residents Ordered To Evacuate As East Troublesome Fire RagesCBS4 Reporter Jamie Leary was in town as deputies ordered people to evacuate.
East Troublesome Fire Explodes To 170,000 Acres: 'Really Unheard Of'As of Thursday evening, the fire was estimated at 170,000 acres -- making it the second largest fire in Colorado history.
East Troublesome Fire Grows By Enormous Measure -- 100,000 Acres In A Single DayThe East Troublesome Fire has exploded in size to 125,602 acres and has now moved into Rocky Mountain National Park, which has been closed to visitors.
Rapidly Advancing East Troublesome Fire Crosses The Continental Divide In Rocky Mountain National ParkOfficials at Colorado's most popular national park took the extreme measure of closing the entire park to visitors due to the dangers posed by a devastating wildfire.
Colorado Weather: Cold Front Plows Into Denver, Unfortunately It Misses The FiresThe first of two major cold fronts that will impact most of Colorado in the coming days arrived Thursday morning. Unfortunately the cold air is too shallow to the reach the mountains.
Experts Hopeful For Wintry Weather But Fear It Won't Be EnoughTemperatures below freezing and the potential for rain and snow in the coming days likely won’t put out the wildfires burning across Colorado.