Updated: 5:36 PM Eight days of work restoring natural gas and electric services to customers in the area affected by the Waldo Canyon Fire cost an estimated $2.7 million.
Posted: 10:01 AM The Waldo Canyon fire remains 98 percent contained.
Updated: 6:20 PM The city of Colorado Springs allowed evacuees to return to 76 additional homes on 6 streets Friday evening.
Updated: 7:31 PM The Waldo Canyon fire could be 100 percent contained as early as Friday. As of Thursday night, containment stands at 95 percent.
Updated: 6:32 AM A Springs soldier deployed to Africa learned his home was destroyed in the Waldo Canyon fire through a text message.
Updated: 4:33 PM After serving more than 2,000 people in the last two weeks, the El Paso County Disaster Recovery Center will transition to telephone and internet-based service next week.
Posted: 5:47 AM Many firefighters are leaving the Waldo Canyon fire Friday, but it's not to take a much needed break; they will now be assigned to one of the three dozen fires burning in the western United States.
Updated: 5:32 AM The bright red slurry goes through rigorous testing before being used, to ensure it is safe for the environment.
Updated: 5:25 AM Police and the coroner’s office have now identified the couple found dead in their burned home after the Waldo Canyon fire.
Updated: 1:50 PM According to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, the body of a man, reported missing over the weekend, was found in the Chatfield Reservoir.
Updated: 4:48 PM Over a half million dollars has been raised for the victims of the Waldo Canyon Fire, and the money continues to come in.
Updated: 7:24 AM Investigators have determined the point of origin for the Waldo Canyon fire, but are still working on learning the fire's cause. Dispatch recordings obtained by The Denver Post suggest the fire started near the trail of the same name.
Updated: 6:43 PM The Waldo Canyon Fire destroyed several homes in the Mountain Shadows area, but a very special memento survived in the ruins of one home.
Updated: 6:46 PM With a positive outlook on the containment of the Waldo Canyon Fire, the city of Colorado Springs allowed additional families to return home Tuesday.
Updated: 7:59 AM For the first time, firefighters who battled the Waldo Canyon Fire are sharing their stories about how the flames charged into Colorado Springs.
Updated: 9:20 PM Two helicopter water drops near the Cave of the Winds had to be aborted Monday because of people who had wandered into the Waldo Canyon Fire area.
Updated: 8:54 AM Four crew members were killed when a C-130 equipped with a MAFFS system crashed while fighting a fire in South Dakota.
Updated: 10:33 AM Fire and city officials address the media on the 10th day of the Waldo Canyon fire.
Posted: 6:59 AM Fire crews stress that though the worst of the fire seems to be over, there is still a lot of work to do before the evacuated areas are safe.
Posted: 5:46 AM Monday, investigators will spend their first full day inside fire lines working to find out what caused the 17,827 acre Waldo Canyon fire.
Updated: 6:19 PM Sunday's press conference gave the first hint of normalcy returning to the Pikes Peak region.