Fort Carson is set to welcome home about 150 soldiers who have spent the past six months serving in Afghanistan.
A retired military working dog who only has a few months left to live will get more time with his family thanks to donations that will make a lifesaving operation possible.
He is a retired military working dog who only has a few months left to live — unless he gets a lifesaving operation that will cost thousands of dollars.
About 150 soldiers returned home Saturday morning from a deployment in Afghanistan.
Fort Carson is honoring two soldiers killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan last month.
A heartwarming reunion at Denver International Airport between two military veterans was a little different than most because this reunion included a man and his dog.
A 30-year-old Army staff sergeant from Nebraska is being remembered as a devoted family man after his death in Afghanistan.
Two soldiers based at Fort Carson were killed when their vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan.
Several homes in a Thornton neighborhood were sprayed with graffiti early Saturday morning, and one resident said the vandals ruined a piece of history.
Fort Carson is set to welcome home about 20 soldiers who have spent the past year in Afghanistan.