Evergreen Rotary Project Educates About Preparing for Community Wildfire Preparedness Day – Colorado News, Weather & Sports


High winds ignite unburned debris in the prescribed burn areaHigh winds ignite unburned debris in the prescribed burn area

Evergreen Rotary Project Educates on Preparedness for Community Wildfire Preparedness DayAs wind and heat created another critical day for fire risk on Saturday, fire crews across the state worked to ensure homeowners remained prepared. In Evergreen, most people don’t need a reminder of the danger, but it was always the talking point at a Community Wildfire Preparedness Day event.

Community pushes for safety in Denver’s Morrison Road neighborhood during Cinco De Mayo weekendOn Saturday, the Westwood neighborhood of Denver celebrated its second annual Cinco de Mayo event to honor and recognize the contributions of the Mexican-American community.

Recovery operation underway for presumed drowned man at Cherry Creek ReservoirAfter an unsuccessful overnight search, rescue personnel from South Metro Fire Rescue, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office restarted efforts Sunday morning to locate a man who was presumed drowned after falling from a bedroom to air drawn by a boat on Saturday evening.

The coming week will bring more concern over the high fire riskMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.

Worries over fires linger for some on Mother’s DayWatch Dave Aguilera’s predictions

Suspect identified and person of interest found in fatal Baker Neighborhood shootingPolice have identified a suspect and found a person of interest in a fatal midday shooting in Denver.

High winds create choppy waters for start of boating seasonHigh winds created choppy waters at Spinney Mountain Reservoir.

Cinco De Mayo celebrations continue in downtown DenverThe Cinco de Mayo festival was part of Celebrate Colorado, a statewide celebration of the end of the pandemic.

Captured wild horse death toll rises to 136 at Cañon City Federal Detention CenterThe death toll of former feral horses at a federal detention center in Cañon City has risen to 136.

Englewood secures federal sewage improvement loanThe Environmental Protection Agency will loan the town of Englewood $22 million under the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act.

Denver police collect tools to fix bikes in the communityDenver Police and Wish for Wheels are launching a community repair program to get kids rolling.

Senate passes mobile home protection bill without key provisionA bill that was supposed to limit rent increases for residents of the mobile home park passed the Colorado State Senate, but lawmakers removed the provision that actually limited rent increases.

Metro State University offers free tuition to indigenous peopleAt a special ceremony for Native American graduates, MSU announced free tuition for all Native American students.

Denver police search for missing womanDenver police are looking for a woman who has been missing since the morning of May 6, 2022.

A grass fire breaks out along I-25 south of Colorado SpringsPart of Interstate 25 had to be closed for a while as firefighters battle a grass fire along the freeway.

Denver Broncos Dalton Risner, UnitedHealthcare donates new bikes to elementary school studentsDenver Broncos offensive guard Dalton Risner has teamed up with United Healthcare of Colorado to distribute new bikes and helmets to elementary school students in Paris.

FIRST ALERT DAY WEATHER: Gusty winds, critical fire dangerCBS4 meteorologists are declaring the day of the first weather alert as a warning of high winds and critical fire danger.

Students and parents rally behind North High teacher Tim Hernández after school announces he won’t be returning this fallParents and students at Denver North High are rallying behind teacher Tim Hernández after it was announced he would not be returning to school.

First day of weather warning for high fire dangerWatch Callie Zanandrie’s predictions.

Youth mental health needs increase as summer approachesThis is the time of year when the greatest number of young people seek mental health treatment.

The Denver Department of Transportation is working on enforcing fencing and rocks blocking the right-of-wayBright orange fences, giant boulders, jagged boulders and metal containers can be seen around Denver as residents try to deter tents from appearing on their property.

1 dead, 1 injured in shooting at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Denver’s Baker neighborhoodA man died and a woman was injured in a shooting at 3rd and Broadway in the Baker neighborhood of Denver on Friday.

First alert weather tracker in your neighborhood in Commerce CityThe First Alert Weather Tracker traveled to Pioneer Park in Commerce City.


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