The Denver Post’s documentary “Fire Line” captures the devastation of the Black Forest and Waldo Canyon fires. It explains what firefighters can -- and can’t -- do.
Strong gusty winds and dry grass have helped fuel the fire.
On the 20th anniversary of the South Canyon Fire, Shane Greer, a hotshot then and a leader in the U.S. Forest Service now, speaks about the past and the future.
Author John MacLean discusses the deadly mistakes from 20 years, what they mean today and how firefighters are learning to save lives.
El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa gave an assessment of the response on Tuesday and said his office is now better prepared for the next emergency.
Gov. Hickenlooper warns that even an average year means fires could scorch more than 155 square miles, or 100,000 acres.
The author of the forthcoming book “Megafire” explains why the West is dealing with more fires – and what it’s costing us.
Attorneys for victims are calling offer "lowball" and less than arbiter panel recommended, while one member of the claims board says his hands are tied.
Colorado is poised to become the third state in the nation to put into service its own aerial firefighting fleet.
A bill in the Colorado Legislature would allow the state to lease three helicopters for the firefighting season with the option of adding an air tanker at a later time.