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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

Charges for Dane in Colorado wildfire will likely be dropped

DENVER (AP) — Criminal charges will probably be dropped against a mentally ill Danish man accused of starting a large 2018 Colorado wildfire, who can no longer be forcibly medicated, a prosecutor said Monday.

From local hot shot to a federal forest director, back to La Plata County

Shawna Legarza didn’t plan for a life of firefighting, but that’s what she found

Deadly Colorado blaze renews focus on underground coal fires

DENVER – A fire raging in an underground Colorado coal field in 1883 sent so much smoke pouring from cracks in the ground that the scene was likened to burning volcanoes and the state’s firs...

Bone fragments found in search for woman missing in wildfire

DENVER – Investigators are working to determine whether some small bone fragments found during the search for a 91-year-old woman who tried to save her dogs from a wildfire that destroyed mo...

Biden surveys Colorado wildfire damage, comforts victims

‘You will get through this and you’ll be stronger for it,’ says president

Human remains found in Marshall Fire investigation

Two people have been reported missing; investigators continue to search

Eyewitness to Marshall Fire origin recounts scene like a ‘war zone’

Video by Mike Zoltowski appears to show devastating blaze’s earliest moments

'So many memories': Over 500 homes feared destroyed by fire

Residents get their first, heartbreaking look what is left standing of their lives

Front Range wildfires burn hundreds of homes, force evacuations

DENVER – An estimated 580 homes, a hotel and a shopping center have burned and tens of thousands of people were evacuated in wind-fueled wildfires outside Denver, officials said Thursday eve...

Conservation partners target 300,000 acres in Southwest Colorado

Rocky Mountain Restoration Initiative unites wildlife protection with wildfire mitigation

The final phase of restoration in Glenwood Canyon turns to debris-choked Colorado River

The Colorado Department of Transportation is orchestrating the removal of hundreds of thousands of tons of debris flushed down the walls of Glenwood Canyon in July deluge