Fire Ban Lowered To Stage 1 In Pike And San Isabel National ForestsThe area has received beneficial rainfall from recent thunderstorms.
Dozens Of Snowslides Cleared From Durango-Silverton Railroad TracksA heavy equipment contractor finished plowing snow from an avalanche-prone portion of iconic railroad track in southwestern Colorado this week.
Global Supertanker Approval Waiting On Forest Service Software AdditionA "Call-When-Needed" contract has been signed for the Global Supertanker stationed in Colorado Springs but the approval process is stalled.
New Wildfire Mitigation Partners Communities With Forest ServiceSummit County towns are partnering with the US Forest Service for a first-of-its kind new wildfire mitigation patrol to combat what many believe will be an extremely bad fire season this year.
Wildlife At Center Of Debate Over Paved Road For New SubdivisionThere is growing opposition to a proposed 2-lane road for a new subdivision that environmentalists say will damage important deer and elk habitat.
Smokey Bear Celebrates 73rd BirthdayAn iconic symbol of wildland and forest safety turns 73-years-old today.
Wildfire In Park County Nearly Contained, Human-CausedInvestigators say a fire in Park County was started by humans.
Campers Evacuated, Structures Threatened In 392 FireCampers have been evacuated, and at least one structure is threatened by a fire in Park County.
Future of Measuring Snowpack Takes Flight Over ColoradoSnow is the main source of water for over 20 percent of the world's population.
Water Battle Between Ski Areas, Forest Service May End SoonA long fight over water rights between ski areas and the federal government appears to be settling down.
Colorado's Pot Laws Don't Apply On The SlopesSki areas are sending out a reminder to skiers who like to smoke marijuana: Colorado's new pot laws do not apply on the slopes.