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Mountain Shadows community dedicates fire memorial

It's been more than two years since the Waldo Canyon Fire destroyed more than 300 homes.

The community came together Saturday at a special memorial dedication in Mountain Shadows Park.

Colorado Springs city officials dedicated the memorial in honor of those who kept the community safe during the 2012…

Black Forest fire report raises more questions

Black Forest fire report raises more questions

Because the Black Forest Fire was human-caused, many people in the Black Forest community say they deserve better answers than the executive summary of the fire investigation.

Black Forest residents react

Black Forest resident reacts to investigation summary

Some residents of Black Forest feel like it’s another hit more than a year after the fire.

Goats return to El Paso County

Usually it takes hard work and machinery to remove weeds and excess vegetation, but this time of the year it requires only big appetites.

Forest Service conducts controlled burns in southern Colorado

The warm fall weather is providing the Forest Service with more time to burn certain areas of the Pike National Forest to reduce the risk of wildfires.

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Prescribed burns planned in Douglas, Teller & Park Counties

You may see a lot of smoke today in the Southern Colorado mountains, but don’t panic; the U.S. Forest Service is planning two prescribed burns today.

Students Finish Wildfire Mural in Black Forest

Students finish mural in Black Forest

One side of a workshop now bears images of last year's wildfire in Black Forest, courtesy of an art honors class at Pine Creek High School.

EPC sheriff criticizes commissioners over OEM plan

On Friday, a day after issuing a written statement, El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa held a news conference to express his opinions about a plan to remove some of his authority.

EPC Sheriff's Office stripped of OEM oversight

El Paso County commissioners vote Tuesday afternoon to assume control of the Office of Emergency Management from the Sheriff's Office.

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Study: Front Range fires not getting more severe

Researchers say wildfires along Colorado's Front Range might burn more area but aren't much more severe than before firefighting became commonplace in the 1920s.

There are currently no severe weather alerts.

Fire burning on Fisher's Peak

A wildfire sparked on Fisher's Peak near Trinidad on July 9, 2013.

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