Dry Early March Doesn't Always Mean A Dry SpringWe've only recorded .01 inches of water at Denver International Airport since March 1st.
Fort Collins Disaster Dog Honored For Rescue EffortsShe's helped out at disasters all across the state, and now a dog from Fort Collins will be honored for her work.
Colorado Pays Nearly $18 Million To Wildfire VictimsPeople impacted by a 2012 Colorado wildfire started by the state have gotten their compensation payments from the government.
A Wet Month Of May Buys Time Against Large Wildfires In Early JuneInside the 2013 Lower North Fork Fire burn area there thousands upon thousands of scorched trees, but right now there's also snow-covered ground, which is prolonging the wildfire season.
Marijuana, Fires Dominate Final Legislative DayBanking for marijuana businesses and property tax forgiveness for disaster victims headlined the final day of the Colorado Legislature on Wednesday, though the last hours were lacking the drama of many past sessions.
Colorado Lawmakers In Session's Home StretchWith the hours winding down, Colorado lawmakers had a number of big-ticket items to consider before the end of the session on Wednesday, including marijuana legislation and tax aid to homeowners devastated by floods and wildfires.
Payments To Colorado Fire Victims Get Initial OKColorado lawmakers are advancing a proposal budgeting $17.6 million for victims of a wildfire that killed three people and burned down two dozen homes in the foothills southwest of Denver.
Community Shocked By Indictment Against Former Fire ChiefA former volunteer fire chief who seemed to care deeply about his community is now accused of stealing approximately $634,000 from his department.
Jeffco Officials Say Evacuation Order One Of The Best Ever With New SystemJefferson County has finished reviewing its new CodeRED emergency alert system. The system was put in use during the Bluebell Fire.
So Far Campfires Are Allowed At Many CampgroundsNothing beats the glow of a campfire, especially at night. But last year with a fire ban in place, having a campfire meant campers could be fined hundreds of dollars or more. Fortunately, this is not last year.
Colorado Firefighting Fleet Moves Forward In SenateThe Colorado Senate gave initial approval to establishing a state firefighting fleet to supplement a fleet managed by the federal government, even though lawmakers have not allocated money for it.
Genesee Conducts Full-Scale Evacuation Drill Ahead Of Wildfire SeasonLast year's deadly fire season in Colorado prompted a real-life fire drill in Jefferson County on Saturday.
Survivors Mark North Fork Wildfire AnniversarySurvivors of the Lower North Fork wildfire are marking the one-year anniversary of the blaze, but they're not planning on getting any compensation from the state any time soon.
Colorado Approves Higher Damages For Wildfire VictimsOne year after a state-set fire in Colorado killed three people, the state Legislature has given final approval to a bill raising limits for recovering damages incurred on account of government wrongdoing.
Lawmakers Push Wildfire Victim Compensation Bill ForwardA deadly wildfire caused by the state last year has prompted a bill that would provide more compensation in cases of government negligence.