Cameron Peak Fire Forces New Evacuations Friday MorningNew mandatory evacuations were ordered at 6 a.m. and then, two hours later, officials ordered additional evacuations.
Low Water Levels A Concern At Blue Mesa Reservoir In Gunnison CountyColorado's drought is taking its toll on several reservoirs across the state of Colorado.
The Deep Creek Fire In Summit County Has Burned 80 AcresA new fire in Summit County called the Deep Creek fire has burned about 80 acres and is 0% contained.
A Red Flag Warning Is In Place For The Cameron Peak Fire AreaCrews are expecting extreme fire behavior due to hot, dry weather which is making it easy for spots to flare up.
Arapahoe County Wildland Fire Crew Helped To Put Out A Grass FireA grass fire the size of a football filed was put out near Gun Club Road and E-470.
The Grizzly Creek Fire Is Now 91% Contained But We Will Continue To See Smoke Until We Get Some MoistureThe Grizzly Creek fire has been putting off more smoke lately after burring over 32,000 thousand acres.
Cameron Peak Fire Crews Focus On RepairsThe127,000+ acre fire has caused a lot of damage in Larimer County.
The Mullen Fire Has Grown To Over 151,000 AcresThe Mullen fire on the Colorado Wyoming state line has grown to over 151,000 acres and is 14% contained.
Firefighters At Mullen Fire In Wyoming Expecting Drier Weather SoonThe Mullen Fire overgrew the Cameron Peak Fire on Friday. Fire officials say the fire is now more than 140,000 acres in size and 11% contained.
Smoke Cloud Helps Keep Cameron Peak Fire From Growing SignificantlyThe shadow from smoke coming from the Mullen Fire helped keep the Cameron Peak Fire in Larimer County from growing, fire officials said Saturday morning.
It Has Been A Smoky Friday Outside Along The Front RangeMore wind combined with a change in the heat blew in smoke from Colorado wildfires causing hazy skies today.
Cameron Peak Fire Containment Grows To 34% As Crews Battle Strong WindsFire crews spent another day making progress on the Cameron Peak Fire burning in western Larimer County. On Friday, the fire was 34% contained, up from 30% the day before.
Mullen Fire Crosses State Line From Wyoming Into ColoradoThe Mullen Fire continues to grow, and it has crossed the state line from Wyoming into Colorado.
Firefighters Reports Mullen Fire Surpasses 100,000 AcresThe pre-evacuation area of Jackson County was made a mandatory evacuation on Wednesday afternoon for the Mullen Fire. Mandatory evacuations were ordered in northwest Larimer County just a short time later and included the Roach and Hohnholz areas.
Colorado Governor Visits Cameron Peak Fire Incident CommandGov. Jared Polis visited Cameron Peak Fire officials on Wednesday as the third-largest fire in state history continues to burn.
Lift One Base Area At Aspen To Be RedevelopedAspen voters approved the redevelopment last year.
NOAA Says More Unusually Warm Days AheadMeteorologist Chris Spears explains.
Hazy Skies Reappear In ColoradoOngoing wildfires in Colorado and Wyoming made for more hazy skies.
One Larimer County Resident Watching Over Home As Cameron Peak Fire GrowsA Larimer County residents is relying on his surveillance camera to show him his home is still okay as the Cameron Peak Fire grows.
Some Evacuations Lifted As Mullen Fire Grows SlightlyThe Mullen Fire burning north of Routt County grew slightly despite cooler weather on Sunday. The fire has charred nearly 78,000 acres in Wyoming.
Cooler Weather Gives Cameron Peak Firefighters A Small Upper HandThe Cameron Peak Fire virtually held steady at a little more than 124,000 acres in Larimer County. The fire is 21% contained.
Get Ready For Ski Season! Arapahoe Basin Started Making Snow This MorningA-basin is hoping to open mid October for the 2020 ski season.
Couple Watches Smoke Plume, Hopes For The Best As Cameron Peak Fire Grows SubstantiallyThe Cameron Peak Fire flared back up Saturday and burned more buildings.
Expect Traffic Delays & Lots Of Off-Road Parking Due To Fall ColorsThe annual pilgrimage to Colorado's high country to see golden, orange and red leaves means traffic backups and illegal parking in many places.