416 Fire Continues To Burn, Fueled By High Temps, Gusty WindsFirefighters battling the largest wildfire burning in Colorado right now say fire activity continues to increase due to high temperatures and gusty winds.
Caution Urged As San Juan National Forest Hit By Wildfire ReopensOfficials warned people Thursday to be careful as a southwestern Colorado forest and other public lands re-opened amid warm, dry weather in the area plagued by drought and wildfire.
San Juan National Forest To Re-Open After Fire Danger EndsA sprawling forest closed because of extreme fire danger in southwestern Colorado will re-open Thursday after getting steady rain.
All Mandatory Evacuations Lifted For 416 FireAll mandatory evacuations have been lifted for the 416 Fire burning north of Durango.
Weekend Showers 'Provide Temporary Relief' For FirefightersRain showers over the weekend helped dampen the 416 Fire burning in La Plata County.
Extreme Fire Danger Forces Another National Forest To CloseExtreme fire danger prompted officials to shut down a sprawling forest that includes some of Colorado's most stunning mountains in a region that attracts tourists from around the world, a rare tactic also being used in neighboring states as the U.S. Southwest struggles with severe drought.
National Forest In Southwest Colorado To Close Because Of Fire DangerOver 2,800 square miles of public land in southwestern Colorado will be closed to campers, hikers and bikers because of the fire danger.
416 Fire Continues To Grow In Southwestern ColoradoThe 416 Fire, fueled by hot temperatures and dry conditions, continues to grow in Southwestern Colorado.
Hot, Windy Weather Expected At Growing Colorado WildfireHot and windy weather is expected as crews try to contain a wildfire that prompted evacuations of more than 1,000 homes.
416 Fire's Growth Triggers More EvacuationsFirefighters expect a wildfire burning in southwestern Colorado to reach homes soon, prompting the evacuation of more residents.
416 Fire Explodes To More Than 4,000 AcresThe 416 Fire has exploded an additional 1,000 acres from Tuesday night to Wednesday morning.