Waldo Canyon victims' exhibit has new home

El Paso County leaders and Waldo Canyon Fire victims hope the third time is a charm for an exhibit featuring 35 families affected by the June 2012 disaster.

Cheyenne Canon smoke near Helen Hunt Falls.

Fire contained in Cheynne Canon

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office says a small fire in South Cheyenne Canon is contained, and is about 1/10th of an acre in size.

Renovations at Craftwood Inn in Manitou Springs

New owners renovate Craftwood Inn in Manitou

There is a lot of curiosity in Manitou Springs about the future of the 102-year-old Craftwood Inn on El Paso Boulevard.

Burning Ordinance Considered in EPC

EPC commissioners to consider burning ordinance

A second work session to gather public input on a burning ordinance will be held next Thursday afternoon by El Paso County commissioners.

List of candidates in Black Forest Fire chief search narrowed to three

Three finalists are competing for the position of chief of the Black Forest Fire/Rescue Protection District.

Waldo Canyon Fire Memorial

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.

1 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.

Fire burning on Fisher's Peak

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

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