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Deadly Colorado wildfire tears through Rocky Mountain National Park, threatens Estes Park
Colorado’s East Troublesome Fire, the second-largest fire in state history, is roaring amid high winds Saturday through timber stands and rugged terrain in Rocky Mountain National Park, threatening ...

Rocky Mountain National Park Closed as Colorado Wildfire Breaks Record
Orange skies, winds gusting up to 70 mph, smoke tornadoes and hazardous air. While it could be an apocalyptic scene out of a movie, it has become the reality of Colorado’s wildfire season.

Colorado wildfire forces more evacuations
Wind gusts fanned the second largest wildfire in Colorado’s history… as residents in the town of Estes Park, located in Rocky Mountain National Park, were told to evacuate on Saturday. The winds ...

Couple married 68 years dies in Colorado's East Troublesome Fire
A couple married for 68 years who wanted to stay with their dream home adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park died this week in the East Troublesome Fire after refusing evacuation help from friends, ...

Colorado 14 reopens after two months of closures due to Cameron Peak fire, but state urges people to still avoid road if possible
After a two-month closure due to the Cameron Peak fire, Colorado 14 reopened Saturday between Fort Collins and Walden — though officials urged drivers to only use the route if necessary.

Elderly couple who told family they wouldn't evacuate killed in Colorado wildfire
The couple, in their 80s, cherished their home and refused to leave, the sheriff and family said. There are no other known missing people in the blaze.

Wildfire kills Colorado couple in their 80s who wouldn't evacuate beloved home, sheriff says
Grand County Sheriff Brett Schroetlin said the couple called family before their deaths, telling them they could smell the smoke.

Thousands forced to flee Colorado’s second-largest wildfire
A mandatory evacuation order has sent thousands of people fleeing from their homes near Rocky Mountain National Park in northern Colorado as wildfire officials on Saturday brace ...

Half of Colorado’s district attorneys will be replaced after election, setting scene for future of criminal justice reform
At least half of the state’s 22 judicial districts will have new district attorneys on Jan. 1. Every district attorney seat is up for election this year, though many candidates and a handful ...

Colorado firefighters battle the state's largest wildfires in history
More than 700 firefighters are now battling the East Troublesome Fire, which has already burned an area larger than the city of Chicago.

'Fingers Crossed and Prayers': Colorado Wildfire Kills Couple, Forces More Evacuations
Colorado Wildfire Kills Couple, Forces More Evacuations Officials issued a mandatory evacuation order for eastern Estes Park as wind gusts pushed the 188,300-acre (76,200-hectare) East Troublesome ...

Fox News plays 'Ring of Fire' while reporting on deadly Colorado blazes
Fox News host Bret Baier found himself on the defensive Saturday for the admittedly poor choice of music played following him reporting about a deadly wildfire burning in Colorado.