Every year the American Red Cross trains thousands people to do CPR. It’s a lesson Denver resident Douglas Schillinger learned several decades ago.
The service academy football teams prepared Wednesday for games that might not be played, while military and school officials considered ways to avoid postponements caused by the partial government shutdown.
Navy Cmdr. Cindy Murray said she’s been looking for her brother, Navy Chief Aviation Ordnanceman Robert Williamson for a long time. They last saw each other in the late 1970s.
Everyone has been accounted for in Boulder County and right now the focus is turning to clean up.
A former nurse who claims she saw patients being mistreated at the Denver VA hospital is filing a federal whistleblower lawsuit claiming she was punished for exposing problems.
A sailor deployed overseas traveled halfway around the world to surprise his mother as received her degree from the University of Colorado Denver.
What was most clear tonight, though, is that Mitt Romney has no idea how the world works and the Office of the President is no place for on the job training.
A Colorado Springs family is mourning the life of a loved one killed in action in Afghanistan.
The surgeon general of the Navy, Vice Admiral Matthew Nathan, visited Denver this week as part of the military branch’s outreach program.
Landlocked Colorado is getting a new attack submarine named after the state.