Updated: 4:40 PM The U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Resource Conservation Service has allocated more than $19.8 million in wait-listed watershed-repair and flood-mitigation work in the Waldo Canyon Fire and High Park Fire burn areas.
Posted: 6:30 AM Last year's devastating fire season is prompting Colorado lawmakers to think about establishing a state firefighting fleet to supplement a fleet managed by the federal government.
Posted: 8:11 AM Colorado Springs residents impacted by the Waldo Canyon Fire can pick up free sandbags, either filled or empty, to help protect their homes from potential flooding.
Posted: 2:00 PM Homeowners in areas at risk of flooding post-Waldo Canyon Fire will receive free sandbags from the city next month.
Updated: 5:30 PM A new report has been released over the Waldo Canyon Fire.
Posted: 6:18 AM One year after a state-set fire in Colorado killed three people, the state Legislature has given final approval to a bill raising limits for recovering damages incurred on account of government wrongdoing.
Posted: 12:30 PM Colorado officials are still begging for money to help repair the damage of last year's wildfires.
Updated: 11:24 AM A trial begins Monday for two people accused of breaking into evacuated homes during the Waldo Canyon Fire.
Posted: 7:27 AM Homeowners affected by the Waldo Canyon Fire feel like they are in a tug-of-war battle with their insurance companies.
Posted: 8:26 AM The federal government is giving Colorado about $2.5 million to shore up land burned during the devastating High Park and Waldo Canyon fires this past summer.
Posted: 7:01 AM The man accused of burglarizing at least one home in the Waldo Canyon burn area returns to court Thursday.
Posted: 5:39 AM The El Paso County Coroner’s Office released autopsy report for the two people who died during the Waldo Canyon Fire. 11 News obtained a copy of the report Wednesday.
Posted: 6:27 AM Volunteers came together today to tackle some flood mitigation along Highway 24.
Updated: 12:05 PM Thursday, the Burned Area Emergency Response team (BAER) announced that the aerial mulching treatments had been completed.
Updated: 10:31 AM A Waldo Canyon burglary suspect made his first court appearance Thursday morning.
Posted: 6:01 AM A Colorado community that saw a massive wildfire in the middle of peak tourism season will receive a federal grant to try to lure visitors back to the foot of Pikes Peak.
Updated: 7:39 PM Residents on the northwest side of the Springs have been noticing brown water since the Waldo Canyon fire. Colorado Springs Utilities says that while unpleasant looking, frequent tests indicate it's perfectly safe.
Updated: 7:29 AM A plan to reduce water run-off and erosion in the Waldo Canyon burn area is ready to begin.
Updated: 7:26 AM Help is on the way from the federal government for small businesses struggling post-Waldo Canyon fire.
Posted: 6:29 AM Local leaders hope a visit to businesses struggling post-Waldo Canyon fire will provide a boost.
Posted: 9:50 AM A state commission is meeting Monday discuss the March Lower North Fork Wildfire, which was mistakenly started when embers blew outside of a controlled burn on forest service land.
Updated: 5:48 AM The latest data from Colorado Springs police indicates a total of 85 burglaries occurred during the Waldo Canyon fire evacuations.