Marshall Fire KO'd Key Fire Truck; 'Would Have Been Helpful,' Says ChiefIn the early hours of the Marshall Fire, the embers and smoke knocked one of the Louisville Fire Protection District's ladder trucks out of commission.
Marshall Fire Disaster Assistance Center In Lafayette Closes Early Due To Icy Roads, Dangerous Travel ConditionsThe Disaster Assistance Center for those impacted by the  Marshall Fire closed at 1 p.m. Wednesday due to adverse weather conditions like icy roads.
‘If We Couldn’t Keep Water Flowing… There Was No Fight’: Louisville Water Treatment Team Battle Marshall Fire Behind The ScenesWhile fire crews battled the growing Marshall Fire, a fight behind the scenes was underway.
Quilters Make, Donate 600 Quilts To Those In Need After Marshall FireMore than 600 new, handmade quilts are ready to be distributed to the American Red Cross to help those who were left with nothing.
Avista Adventist Reopens After Extensive Cleaning Following Marshall FireAs another sign of slow, but sure recovery, Centura Avista Adventist Hospital in Louisville reopened on Jan. 18.
US Plans $50 Billion Wildfire Fight Where Forests Meet SuburbiaAs climate change heats up and dries out the West, administration officials said they have crafted a $50 billion plan to more than double the use of controlled fires and logging to reduce trees and other vegetation that serves as tinder in the most at-risk areas.
Smoke And Wind Damage Assessments Underway For Homes Still Standing After Marshall FireOn Sunday, volunteers began going door to door in Louisville, Superior, and other parts of Boulder County to assess how much smoke and wind damage was done to properties not destroyed by the Marshall Fire. 
Lines At Grocery Give Away In Boulder County Highlights The Need Following The Marshall FireThe Boulder County community is still trying to pick up the pieces after the historic Marshall fire. Boulder County residents who had their lives turned upside down, had a chance Saturday morning to pick up some essentials free of charge.
Something In The Air: Marshall Fire’s Other ThreatBoulder County Public Health is warning people about the potential dangers that remain from poor air quality and toxins after the Marshall Fire.
NOAA Research Crews Measure Air Quality Levels In Marshall Fire Burn AreasScientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have teamed up with Boulder County Health to help analyze air quality following the historic fire.
Crews Begin Clearing Damaged, Destroyed Vehicles, Debris From Roadways In Marshall Fire Burn AreasOn Friday, crews contracted by Boulder County began clearing roadways of damaged and destroyed vehicles and trailers, trees, and other debris that are blocking access to properties in the Marshall Fire burn areas.