High Park Fire

When the High Park Fire finished its rampage through the rural mountains of Larimer County, Colorado last summer, it left behind one person dead, over 87,000 acres of forest burned and thousands of lives shattered. But mountain people are tough, and they stick together and help their neighbors.
Wind gusts of more than 70 miles per hour (113 kph) blew flames from the so-called Fern Lake Fire close to dwellings and
The High Park Fire area has already seen mudslides that have closed the canyon several times in July since the first wave
Salazar is the latest high-ranking federal official to tour the neighborhoods and hillsides where wildfires swallowed homes
Extreme fire conditions have abated in all 64 Colorado counties as a result of the current rain storms as well as cooler
Larimer County was pounded by rain forcing the closure of U.S 34 west of Loveland Saturday evening because of mudslides, The
To date in 2012, more than 173,000 acres have already burned in Colorado, destroying more than 600 homes and taken six lives
Days of record heat produced a surge of new fires burning throughout Colorado and also provided fuel and devastating growth
High Park Fire: The largest of the Colorado fires currently burning is now the second largest fire in state history and was
Days of record heat produced a surge of new fires burning throughout Colorado and also provided fuel and devastating growth
A radiometric imaging system -- called the Radiometric Airborne Mapping System (RAMS) -- which provides real time GPS coordinates
On June 23, NASA's Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on the Aqua satellite captured a natural color image
Burning since June 9 after lightning struck a tree on private land and now on its 18th day, firefighters battle the wildfire
Waldo Canyon Fire: Burning west of Colorado Springs, the Waldo Canyon Fire has burned nearly 15,000 acres as of Wednesday
PRE-evacuation notifications sent to residents along Colorado Highway 14 from the Pingree Park Road on 6/19, west to Glen
Springer Fire: Located 3 miles from Lake George, Springer Fire was burned 1145 acres in Pike National Forest, but is now
Colorado has at least a half dozen major fires burning throughout the state. Fueled by high winds, record heat and dryness
More than 2,000 firefighters battle the blaze that has now consumed 83,205 acres as of Sunday night, according to InciWeb.org
Waldo Canyon Fire: Burning west of Colorado Springs, the Waldo Fire has burned 2,000 acres as of Sunday morning. The entire
The Larimer County Sheriff's Office ordered 998 evacuation notices to homes in the region on Friday. According to InciWeb.org