See smoke south of Colorado Springs on Fort Carson? Well, you're probably seeing a controlled burn on the Fort Carson Training area along I-25 near mile marker 119 and Midway Ranch, between Pueblo and Colorado Springs. The burn area will be very large and you may also be able to... more »
An agricultural burn got out of control in eastern Pueblo County and spread fast this afternoon.
The fire burned several acres at Cherry Road and Highway 50 about 20 miles east of Pueblo. It quickly consumed two storage buildings and destroyed an unoccupied double-wide mobile home.
The Pueblo... more »
The Colorado Springs Fire Department, along with other city agencies, will burn grass and brush around Quail Lake in southwest Colorado Springs.
The prescribed burn is planned for Wednesday around 9 a.m. and is intended to clear dead vegetation in a three acre area and remove noxious weeds.
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If you see smoke coming from Pikes Peak area, no need to worry. There are some controlled burns going on today.
One is on the north slope of Pikes Peak where the Colorado State Forest Service is burning slash piles left over from a from a large mitigation project... more »
The smoke plume you're seeing over Pikes Peak is a controlled burn.
The Colorado State Forest Service and Colorado Springs Utilities Wildland fire team are burning fuel on 100 acres between the North and South Catamount Reservoirs.
"All of the weather and fuel moisture indices fall within the... more »
Colorado Springs Utilities plans a controlled burn on the north slope of Pikes Peak to thin the forest.
The Colorado State Forest Service will carry out the project, which aims to clear underbrush on 115 acres of the city's watershed.
CSU is worried about a destructive wildfire like... more »
If you're seeing smoke east of Pueblo--it's a result of controlled burns.
The Pueblo Rural Fire District says the Pueblo Chemical Depot reported in advance that it would burn excess grass and brush Wednesday, to prevent a wildfire.
In addition, farmers are burning their fields to clear debris... more »