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‘Poker Run’ Raises Money For Vets Suffering From Brain Injuries

Saturday’s wet weather didn’t stop motorcyclists from hitting the streets to raise money for veterans suffering from traumatic brain injuries.

05/20/2012

Sgt. Daniel J. Brown (credit: Fort Carson)

Fort Carson Soldier Dies In Afghanistan

The Department of Defense says a 27-year-old Fort Carson soldier has died in Afghanistan.

03/27/2012

A remote control plane used to county the Sandhill cranes (credit: CBS)

Military Technology Used To Track Sandhill Cranes

There’s groundbreaking research under way in southern Colorado. Scientists are using military technology to track Sandhill cranes.

03/26/2012

The United States Air Force Academy (Photo by: AFP/Getty Images)

AFA Responds To Rise In Sexual Assaults At Military Academies

The number of sexual assaults at military academies increased nearly 60 percent in the past academic year, according to a new report by the Department of Defense.

12/29/2011

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Few Disabled Colorado Vets Apply For Review Of Benefits

More than 110 disabled veterans are eligible to have their disability status reviewed by a board that gives full retirement benefits.

08/08/2011

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Soldier From Colorado Dies In Afghanistan

The Department of Defense says a man from Fort Collins is one of two soldiers to die in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan.

06/07/2011

Sgt. Ken K. Hermogino (credit: Fort Carson)

Fort Carson Sergeant Dies While In Afghanistan

Officials say a soldier assigned to a unit based at Fort Carson has died in a noncombat-related vehicle accident in the Herat province of Afghanistan.

05/10/2011

Denver International Airport (credit: CBS)

Denver Could Get Japan Evacuee Flights

Denver International Airport is preparing to receive possible flights of American evacuees from Japan.

03/23/2011

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CSU Gets Grant For Bomb-Detecting Vegetation

Colorado State University has received and $8 million grant from the Department of Defense. They’ll use the money in hopes of growing plants to detect explosives in shopping malls or airports.

01/26/2011

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