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Couple found dead as wildfire destroys New Mexico homes

More than 200 residences charred near Ruidoso

Firefighters battle small wildfire along river in Pueblo

PUEBLO – Firefighters in Pueblo were battling a wildfire on Sunday that charred about 20 acres of a grassy, wooded area along the Arkansas River and forced evacuations in at least one neighb...

Louisville allows fire victims to rebuild under older codes

LOUISVILLE – The Louisville City Council in suburban Denver voted Tuesday night in favor of allowing residents whose homes were significantly damaged or destroyed in Colorado’s most destruct...

Charges dropped against Danish man in Colorado wildfire

DENVER – A judge on Monday dismissed criminal charges against a Danish man accused of starting a Colorado wildfire that destroyed about 140 homes in 2018 after he was repeatedly found unable...

Rainbow Gathering planned in Colorado sparks fire concerns

DENVER (AP) – The Rainbow Gathering of the Tribes plans to return to Colorado this summer to celebrate its 50th anniversary. The weekslong confab that draws tens of thousands of hippie campe...

Forest Service to burn 1,500 acres near Vallecito Reservoir

Operations will depend on weather and firefighters, but could start as soon as April

Residents return home after fleeing Boulder wildfire

Nearly 20,000 people who were forced to flee a wildfire in northern Colorado were back home Monday after firefighters were able to stop the spread of the fire at 190 acres. The fire that bro...

As drought outlook takes shape, preparations begin for wildfire season in Southwest Colorado

Dry and warm weather projected this summer

Colorado wildfire forces evacuation orders for 19,000 people

Evacuation orders cover 8,000 homes

D&SNG to settle civil lawsuit filed by local landowners, businesses

Details have yet to be released as sides finalize agreement

Durango railroad agrees to pay $20 million for 416 Fire damages

D&SNG also must make ‘substantial’ operational changes over the next 10 years

Coloradans worried about water, wildfires and cost of living, new poll shows

Telephone and online interview polled 3,440 residents of eight Mountain West states