A wildfire near a small northeastern New Mexico community in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains hat is the biggest fire in the U.S. is expected to keep growing.
With wildfires erupting all over the state, conditions continue to be concerning for wildfires following a very dry winter and recent high winds.
CBS Denver is reporting that homes and businesses in Monte Vista are being evacuated due to a fire.
Firefighters spent the weekend battling another fire in the Boulder area.
Dozens of landowners in the foothills of Methodist Mountain have agreed to forest treatments that are necessary to create a community fuel break designed to protect Salida and Poncha Springs from a wildfire.
Park County has issued a county-wide burn ban.
High winds and dry conditions hampered efforts to extinguish a fire that prompted limited evacuations and destroyed at least 2 structures near Idaho Springs.
A 133-acre wildfire that broke yesterday morning near Kruger Rock in Larimer County, which is about two and a half miles south of downtown Estes Park, forcing mandatory evacuations for nearby neighborhoods, is now 15 percent contained.
Fremont, Park, Saguache and Lake Counties have moved into Stage I Fire Restrictions.
More than 500 homes are under evacuation or pre-evacuation notice as a wildfire burns near Silverthorne. Officials said the fire is estimated to be 100 acres in size as it moved south during a storm yesterday.
The Summit County Sheriff’s Office issued a mandatory evacuation near Silverthorne due to an active wildfire.
Monarch Pass Project salvages beetle-kill trees on steep slopes to reduce wildfire risk, protect water resources.