Billboard Posted To Find Son's Killer: 'Please Come Forward'A mother hopes a new billboard will help Aurora police find the suspects responsible for murdering her son.
Marine Recipient Of Purple Heart Needs Help For Next MissionSgt. John Reid is headed to Traverse City, Michigan on Nov. 5 to compete in the Iceman Cometh, a 30-mile bike race, and he’s doing it for a very special reason.
Game Time Salute Honors The EppersonsAs a military family, the Eppersons have faced circumstances, both arduous and uplifting, but throughout it all, they have persevered as a family.
Game Time Salute Honors U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Georges EsperanceFor Georges Esperance, serving in the Marine Corps meant escape from a bleak life in Haiti and the opportunity to serve something greater than himself.
Rep. Coffman 'Greatly Disappointed' In Boehner For Allowing Work Stoppage At VA HospitalThe deadline for funding to keep the construction of the new VA hospital being built in Aurora going is fast approaching.
Well-Traveled Veteran's Headstone Finds Home Near Estes ParkPvt. Peter P. Murray — or at least the headstone that once marked his grave — has finally found a resting place.
Veteran’s Service Dog Stolen From BackyardA Vietnam veteran’s service dog went missing from his daughter’s backyard on Wednesday.
Marine Corps Delays Training Requirement For CombatThe Marine Corps has delayed a training requirement in its efforts to open up combat roles for women. That's after more than half of female Marines in boot camp couldn't do three pull-ups, which is the minimum standard.
Carbondale Vet Wants To Ease Soldier HomecomingsAdam McCabe was a young man on a mission following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.C.
Railroad Museum Gets Extensive Figurine CollectionA retired Marine Corps captain has donated 5,000 figurines depicting military history from the American Revolution forward to the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
Vice Admiral Matthew Nathan Visits Denver For Navy Outreach ProgramThe surgeon general of the Navy, Vice Admiral Matthew Nathan, visited Denver this week as part of the military branch's outreach program.