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Dec. 28, 2022: The Marshall fire one year later, from rebuilding to future vulnerability

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Construction materials for a neighbor’s house are visible near Jessica Carson’s brand-new home in Louisville, Colorado on Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022. Hundreds of homes in this Louisville neighborhood burned in the Marshall fire in December 2021.

It's been a year since the Marshall fire, the most destructive in state history. We get the latest on the investigation into its cause. We'll check back with a man whose new restaurant burned. Then, a tool to help gauge your vulnerability to climate disaster. And U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse on the challenges of climate change and future fire mitigation.