Crocs Donates 30,000 Pairs Of Shoes To Those Impacted By Marshall FireThe company plans to donate 30,000 pairs of shoes to every student and staff member in the Boulder Valley School District.
Funds Available For Those Still Unable To Work Due To Marshall FireNow, $1.5 million in financial assistance is available through the Marshall Fire Wildfire Fund via a partnership between Boulder County and Community Foundation Boulder County.
'No More Houses Left': Adams County Firefighters Describe Battling The Marshall FireFirefighters with Adams County Fire Rescue are describing what their experience was like on the front lines of last month's Marshall Fire.
Disaster Assistance Center For Those Impacted By Marshall Fire To Close This WeekendThe Disaster Assistance Center for those impacted by the  Marshall Fire will be closing this weekend.
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.
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.
Researchers Studying Air Quality Inside Homes Left Standing From Marshall FireCBS4 tagged along with researchers from CU Boulder, studying air quality inside homes still standing.
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. 
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.