About 125 soldiers who have been in Afghanistan since March will be welcomed home during a ceremony at Fort Carson on Friday.
On September 9, 2013, a storm system began taking shape that would bring several days of rain and flooding to the Front Range.
Fort Carson is set to welcome home about 150 soldiers who have spent the past six months serving in Afghanistan.
About 100 soldiers who were serving in Kuwait returned to Fort Carson early Sunday morning.
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 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.
Authorities say a former Fort Carson civilian employee bragged about being a domestic terrorist and threatened to turn the post into “Fort Columbine.”
Fort Carson will welcome home about 225 soldiers who have spent the past nine months in Kuwait.