As fires rage across the state, homeowners are putting their faith, to some extent, in bright red fire retardant dropped from air tankers.
- As of 8 p.m. Sunday, the fire is at 536 acres and is at 0 percent containment.Read more
- A U.S. Forest Service spokesman says that could allow it to burn for some time.Read more
- Global SuperTanker conducted its first test flight by dropping water in southern Arizona Sunday.Read more
- Gov. John Hickenlooper used the words "average to below average" to describe this year’s wildfire threat.Read more
- The warming climate is expected to translate into more smoke from wildfires. It’s could also mean more dust in the air on windy days.Read more
- A Bureau of Land Management officials says the annual trip to Alaska began a decade ago after word spread about the ability of the Colorado firefighters.Read more
- The researchers found fire crews trained in structure protection and wildland firefighting saved dozens of homes in the ember storms that descended on Colorado Springs neighborhoods.Read more