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Wet weather helps tame Colorado wildfire danger

Recent wet weather is expected to tame, just slightly, Colorado's wildfire season this year.
Denver Post Also reported by •TwinCities.com

Colorado wildfire study shows actions can change outcomes

A new study of Colorado's devastating 2012 Waldo Canyon wildfire demonstrates that prompt and effective action can significantly change the outcome of fires that occur in areas where residential..
Science Daily

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News video: Colorado Wildfire Forecast Has Positive Outlook

Colorado Wildfire Forecast Has Positive Outlook 01:33

The amount of snowpack and moisture across the state means little risk.
Source: CBS 4 Denver -

News video: Fire Experts Predict 2016 Colorado Wildfire Outlook

Fire Experts Predict 2016 Colorado Wildfire Outlook

Governor Hickenlooper and the State Fire Prevention Director announced the state's 2016 wildfire outlook Tuesday morning in Denver, and residents can expect a mild year.
Source: KREX -

 

Colorado wildfire upwind of Silverthorne mostly snuffed

Firefighters in Summit County on Sunday kept a 229-acre wildfire from growing, benefitting from water-dropping helicopters and two inmate crews who dug dirt lines against flames.
Denver Post

Denver Post News Director to Lead Cronkite News at Arizona PBS

Dale will be responsible for all news-gathering operations at Cronkite News at Arizona PBS Phoenix (PRWEB) August 03, 2015 Kevin Dale, a senior editor who helped lead The Denver Post to a..
PRWeb

Sierra Nevada Corporation Selected to Provide Multi-Mission Aircraft to Colorado

Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) announces that SNC’s Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) business area located in Centennial, Colorado won a competitive contract from the Colorado..
PRWeb

Victims of 2012 fire to get $18M in compensation

DENVER (AP) — Victims of a 2012 Colorado wildfire started by the state will receive about $18 million in liability payments with a bill that's been signed into law.
Denver Post


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