American Red Cross: A Colorado Century
It’s the scanner traffic no one ever wants to hear: an active shooter is in a school, followed by “This is not a drill.”
Every year the American Red Cross trains thousands people to do CPR. It’s a lesson Denver resident Douglas Schillinger learned several decades ago.
Inside the town of Lyons during last September’s historic flooding were a group of leaders who were prepared.
When Simon Kurzban graduated from Boulder High School he decided to take a gap year instead of heading straight to college.
Usually the 4th Combat Aviation Brigade flies combat missions overseas but when it moved to Fort Carson in 2013 the soldiers knew they could find themselves on missions much closer to home.