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Colorado doesn’t have a statewide building code. Would enacting one help protect homes against wildfire?

A handful of state lawmakers are interested in the idea, in part to secure more federal dollars

Durango receives funding to do wildfire mitigation around neighborhoods that border overgrown wildlands

$146,000 grant will help reduce fire risk near residential structures

In high-risk Southwest Colorado, fire chiefs point to wildfire areas of concern

Interactive maps help residents see address-by-address where mitigation is needed

Ice Lakes Trail near Silverton to reopen after last year’s wildfire

San Juan National Forest crews cleared more than 5 miles of debris

Longer wildfire seasons lead to burnout among Southwest Colorado firefighters

Blazes start in April and extend through November: ‘We’re all missing our kids’ birthdays’

Bennet says legislation could help fund fire mitigation efforts in Durango

Senator discusses potential benefit of Outdoor Restoration Partnership Act for Southwest Colorado

Forced medication approved for wildfire suspect, lawyers say

DENVER – A judge has approved the forced medication of a mentally ill Danish man accused of starting a wildfire that burned 149 homes in Colorado in 2018, lawyers said Wednesday. The develop...

Federal investment in forests could spur jobs, reduce wildfires and clear the air, Bennet says

Senator promotes $60 billion Outdoor Restoration Partnership Act in tour around Colorado

At LPEA and Empire Electric, wildfires are front and center

California blazes put a focus on utilities’ exposure to losses during blazes

Wildfire breaks out on BLM land southwest of Mancos

Mount Weber Fire has scorched 25 acres

10-acre fire at Durango’s doorstep cost an estimated $180,000

Local, state, federal agencies responded to Barnroof Fire

More hazy days forecast for Four Corners

Smoke from wildfires expected to linger through Wednesday morning