Lake Christine Fire Now Fully Contained Three Months LaterRecent rain and snow storms have helped firefighters fully contain the Lake Christine Fire in Basalt.
Shooting Range Where Lake Christine Fire Started Reopens To Public SaturdayThe shooting range where a devastating wildfire started this summer will reopen to the public on Saturday.
Gun Ranges Evaluated After Lake Christine FireIn the wake of the Lake Christine Fire, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are touring the community getting feedback about the gun ranges they manage.
Basalt Town Council Wants To Relocate Shooting Range Where Lake Christine Fire StartedThe Basalt Town Council is urging Colorado Parks and Wildlife to relocate a shooting range that was the origin of a wildfire that destroyed homes and took fire crews weeks to contain.
Lake Christine Fire Suspects Appear In CourtFirefighters are still battling the Lake Christine Fire near Basalt seven weeks after it started.
Burn Scar Flooding Threat Prompts Community To Become Weather SpottersResidents around the Lake Christine Fire near Basalt are pitching in to help emergency personnel and meteorologists continue to keep the community safe from continued threats.
Firefighters Gain More Containment On Lake Christine FireThe Lake Christine Fire is now 82 percent contained. It's been burning near Basalt since July 3.
Pre-Evacuation Orders Lifted For Home Near Lake Christine FirePre-evacuation notices were lifted for the Missouri Heights, Cedar Drive, Toner Creek, Seven Castles and Taylor Road neighborhood near the Lake Christine Fire in Eagle County.
VIDEO: Neil Diamond Sings For Lake Christine Firefighters If there was ever any doubt how valued Colorado firefighters are... look no further than video of Neil Diamond performing for first responders battling the Lake Christine Fire near Basalt.
More Growth At Lake Christine Fire; Pre-Evacuation Notices In EffectThe Lake Christine Fire burning near has grown to more than 11,700 acres as of Tuesday.
'Not If, But When': Warning To People Living Near Lake Christine Fire Burn ScarEmergency managers are warning residents near the Lake Christine Fire burn scar that “flash flooding is not a question of if, but when.”
Lake Christine Fire Grows Again; Crews Drop Retardant Near CabinsFire officials at the Lake Christine Fire say it grew again -- now sitting at more than 10,400 acres.