Bicyclist Killed On Colorado Springs Street Was Iraq War VeteranA bicyclist who begged for his life as a gunman shot and killed him on a street in Colorado Springs was an Army veteran who survived three tours of duty in Iraq, his former wife said Tuesday.
'No Doubt About It': George Brauchler To Decide On U.S. Senate Run In OctoberArapahoe County District Attorney George Brauchler says he will make a decision on whether to run for U.S. Senate at the beginning of October.
Female Soldier From Fort Carson Pleads Guilty To DesertionA female soldier in the U.S. Army pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of desertion after fleeing to Canada to avoid a second tour of duty in the Iraq war.
New 'Freedom Memorial' To Honor Coloradans Killed In ActionGeese gave a flyover at the groundbreaking of the new Freedom Memorial in Aurora on Saturday.
Colorado Soldier's Family Reacts To Iraq Troop WithdrawalCBS4's Dominic Garcia spoke with a Colorado family, the Mobleys, with two sons who served in Iraq.
Denver Family Excited For Iraq War Soldier's ReturnMany American troops will come home from Iraq for good this week. That includes Capt. Mitchell Marzo, an Army physician who was scheduled to return home Monday night.
Iraq War Veteran Faces Charge Of HarassmentAn Army veteran of the war in Iraq has been arrested in connection with a domestic violence, nearly two months after he pleaded guilty to sexual assault on a child in a separate case.
Phoenix Man Charged In Colorado Springs SlayingA 23-year-old man accused of killing a decorated Iraq war veteran in Colorado Springs has been charged with first-degree murder and second-degree kidnapping.
Jury Gets Case Of Iraq War Vet Accused Of Killing GirlfriendThe fate of an Iraq War veteran accused of killing his girlfriend and covering it up by staging a car accident is now in the hands of a jury.
Key Testimony In Trial Of Vet Accused Of Murdering GirlfriendThere was key testimony Tuesday in the Denver trial of an Iraq War veteran charged with murdering his girlfriend.
Federal Court: Colorado Man Can Sue Secret ServiceA Colorado man can sue two Secret Service agents who arrested him after he touched former Vice President Dick Cheney on the arm in 2006 and told him his Iraq War policies were "disgusting," a federal appeals court ruled Monday.
Hnida Describes The Worst Night Of His LifeWhen CBS4 Morning News anchor Brooke Wagner asked Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida to have breakfast with her to talk about his time in Iraq, he offered to bring the food. He also brought along an extra pair of combat boots and fatigues.