Waldo Canyon fire: Colorado officials say a body was found in one of 346 homes destroyed by the Waldon Canyon fire. President Obama is scheduled to visit the scene today of Colorado's most destructive fire ever.
Mayor Steve Bach said a more accurate account will be available later in the day of the damage from a blaze that has burned out of control for much of the week and forced more than 30,000 evacuees to frantically pack up belongings and flee.
Firefighters battled to save the US Air Force Academy and heavily populated areas around Colorado Springs and Boulder, as high winds drove the wildfires. President Obama plans to visit the devastated areas.
Waldo Canyon fire: Evacuations continued near Colorado Springs Wednesday as the Waldo Canyon fire is only five percent contained, and weather conditions may fan the flames Wednesday, say Colorado officials.
Colorado wildfire: More than 32,000 residents of Colorado Springs, including some at the US Air Force Academy, were ordered to evacuate Tuesday. The Waldo Canyon wildfire has now burned more than 10 square miles of Colorado.