Air Force Names Thunderbirds Pilot Killed In Nevada CrashA U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds pilot who died in the crash of a military jet during a training flight in Nevada was a former civilian flight instructor and banner tow pilot from Valencia, California, officials said Thursday.
Colorado Lawmakers Push To Declare Autism An EpidemicHouse Bill 1223 would pave the way for more research and funding.
Cities Sue Defense Department Over Gun-Check System Failures After Church ShootingThree cities argue that many service members who are disqualified from gun ownership weren't reported.
Air Force Studying Falcons To Create Drone-Killing RobotResearchers at Oxford University have found that the feathered predators have a simple system of aerial hunting that the government hopes to apply to a new generation of drones
Shooter's Criminal History Not Reported To FBIA two-decade-old federal law is supposed to prevent people with a history of domestic violence from buying or owning a firearm.
Man Never Returns From Last Run In Japan, Avalanche To Blamehe search for a Denver man missing in Japan has come to a tragic end.
U.S. Air Force To Change Foam Due To Water ContaminationThe U.S. Air Force is changing the foam it uses to fight fires because of concerns the substance has contaminated groundwater and spread to drinking water at some military sites.
Air Force Colonel Faces Court-Martial On Sex Assault ChargesThe Air Force has scheduled an August court-martial for a high-ranking officer charged with rape, assault and adultery.
Hurricane Forecast Pioneer Bill Gray Dead At Age 86Bill Gray, a pioneer in hurricane forecasting, died Saturday in Fort Collins, according to his longtime assistant. He was 86.
Ben Garland's Commitment To His Country May Be Over, But He's Still ServingDenver Broncos left guard Ben Garland's commitment to the U.S. military is officially over, but he's not about to give up doing something he loves.
Air Force Major Turned Mom Starts Business Called 'Major Mom'Angela Cody is an Air Force veteran that now spends her time teaching others how to become more orderly through her business "Major Mom."
Friends & Family Celebrate The Life Of Annie Meyer Family and friends celebrated the life of a Wheat Ridge woman killed back in February.