Flooding potential from the Waldo Canyon fire
This map shows the probability of a flood in the highlighted areas before the Waldo Canyon fire. The areas shaded in orange are at risk from a 100-year flood. The areas shaded in green are at risk from a 500-year flood. Experts say the possible severity of flooding could be worse because of the fire. Zooming in on an area reveals pins placed at likely flood points.
— Interactive Graphic by Chris Hickerson, The Gazette
About 45 firefighters continue to work on a wildfire that started Saturday afternoon in Park County, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
A 25-acre wildfire is burning 50 miles west of Colorado Springs in Park County, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
Fort Carson will conduct periodic prescribed burns in several training areas through the end of the year to reduce wildfire risk.
DENVER — Health officials are warning central Colorado residents downwind of a wildfire to consider remaining indoors due to smoke that's expe…
Two new fires sparked Thursday near Craig, prompting the state to issue air quality health advisories for northern Moffat County.