As if the flames were not formidable enough, fire management crews have a new and different problem on their hands when they go to work: drones.
Jordan Temkin collects a salary from the Drone Racing League to train and race drones around a track at almost 100 miles per hour.
- Test flights would be done over tornado-prone states in the West and Midwest.Read more
Can a climber claim he's bagged a peak if he uses a remote-control aircraft to help him do the job?
As state lawmakers are grappling with ways to address the concerns raised by drones, they're increasingly in our skies.
The University of Colorado and University of Nebraska announced this week they have formed the Unmanned Aircraft System and Severe Storms Research Group to develop the program.
With FAA's regulations concerning the commercial use of drones still up in the air, some Colorado filmmakers and production companies aren't waiting around for an official OK.
Drones helped cut costs and keep rescuers safe, but they haven't helped find the bodies of three men lost in the massive landslide in Western Colorado.