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No New Growth On Buffalo Fire Burning Near Silverthorne

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SILVERTHORNE, Colo. (CBS4)– Firefighters say there was no new growth on the Buffalo Fire overnight. The fire remains at 91 acres but is zero percent contained on Wednesday morning. Evacuated residents were allowed to go to their homes for a short time to gather what they need before leaving again. Crews remain vigilant for new Read More

Officials Credit ‘Fuel Breaks’ In Buffalo Fire; Evacuations Still In Place

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SILVERTHORNE, Colo. (CBS4)– Hundreds of residences in Silverthorne are under evacuation orders after a fire broke out on Buffalo Mountain Tuesday morning and sent up a huge plume of smoke. (credit: CBS) The Buffalo Fire is burning southwest of downtown Silverthorne near the Wildernest and Mesa Cortina neighborhoods, and both areas are under evacuation orders. Read More

Wildlife Officials: Public Helps Solve Moose Harassment Incidents

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SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– The Colorado Parks and Wildlife says that the public helped them solve two incidents involving harassment of moose but they are still looking for help in finding the people involved in a third incident. In the recent cases, wildlife officials say social media not only played a role in helping track Read More

Affordable Housing, Pocket Park Fuel Debate In Frisco

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The pocket park in Frisco (credit: CBS) By Matt Kroschel FRISCO, Colo. (CBS4)– The lack of affordable housing and a small park in downtown Frisco are in the center of a controversy brewing in the mountain town. Frisco town leaders are proposing a ballot measure this November asking voters to remove the “pocket park” destination Read More

Wildlife Officials Warn Moose Encounters Can Be Dangerous

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By Jeff Todd FRISCO, Colo. (CBS4)– Colorado Parks and Wildlife Managers are saying what a tourist did in Frisco on Thursday isn’t just dangerous– it’s illegal. A video posted online shows a man sneaking close to a moose. Eventually the moose charged the man before becoming scared and turning away. (credit: Amanda Danielson) “Harassing wildlife Read More

Record Settlement Reached In Helicopter Crash

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By Alan Gionet DENVER (CBS4)– Critically-injured flight nurse Dave Repsher has settled a lawsuit with two companies following the July 3, 2015 crash of a Flight for Life helicopter on takeoff from the St. Anthony Summit Medical Center in Frisco. The $100 million agreement is believed to be the largest pre-trial settlement in a single Read More