Waldo Canyon Fire

This post has been updated with a statement from Fast Food Forward. "The violations in these cases demonstrate a statewide
Burtynsky's work is currently on display in both the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery and the Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York
A Wednesday storm over the Waldo Canyon burn scar near Colorado Springs caused flash flooding, rock and mud slides that closed
"Wildfire threat and protection costs are likely to rise because of climate change and continued home development," the study
What say you, 2012? Along with reviewing the big, important Colorado headlines, Jared and Ron look back fondly at the many ridiculous, overblown, laughable, stupido news stories of the year.
The Waldo Canyon wildfire began burning on Saturday, June 23 and was declared officially contained about two and half weeks
The Waldo Canyon wildfire began burning on Saturday, June 23 and was declared officially contained about two and half weeks
A press conference has been scheduled in Colorado Springs to finally announce the findings of an investigation into the origin
Some of the pot plants had burned in the fire which ultimately consumed 18,247 acres, killed two people, destroyed nearly
Congress should be adequately funding the plans and projects already lined up to address the major threats from fires instead of using the devastation Coloradoans have experienced to promote misguided and destructive new policies.
The 18,247-acre fire that started June 23rd went on to destroy nearly 350 homes and kill two people though a report by the
LOOK at satellite image of burn scar, via NASA Earth Observatory: The Waldo Canyon Fire BAER assessment slideshow presentation
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar surveyed the fire damage in Colorado Springs last week and urged residents to remain vigilant
The Waldo Canyon Fire, the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history, is officially 100 percent contained as of Tuesday
On Tuesday, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney stopped by a food bank in Colorado Springs that is helping firefighters
The cost of fighting the fire has reached over $15.4 million. On Monday, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, former Colorado
“As we begin to transition to a rebuilding phase of the wildfire response, the federal family will continue to bring all
Read Hickenlooper's full executive order here. Days of record heat, high winds and unseasonable dryness produced a surge
The possibility of flash flooding and mudslides in areas affected by wildfires are of extra concern due to the ground being
William Everett, 74, and Barbara Everett, 73 were found in the charred remains of their home at 2910 Rossmere St, which had