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.
Air Force Releases Plan On Expanding Training AreaThe Air Force says the proposed expansion of a flight training area in eastern Colorado and western Kansas would have no significant environmental impacts.
Plans For Last Piece Of Former Lowry Air Base ReleasedWhat to do with the last piece of the former Lowry Air Base?
Air Force Member Waits To Hear If Tim Tebow Will Go To Military BallA member of the U.S. Air Force is waiting to hear if Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow will accept her invitation to the 2012 Military Ball in April.
Suspected Barricaded Airman Pleaded To Sex ChargeThe Air Force said it's investigating how an airman managed to get his own handgun onto a sensitive air base in Colorado where he barricaded himself in a building for 10 hours before surrendering.
Air Force Sergeant Convicted Of Cheating On Fitness TestAn Air Force staff sergeant who was convicted of cheating on a physical fitness test has been demoted and sentenced to 14 days of hard labor without confinement.
Thousands Come Out For 36th Annual PridefestThe 36th annual Pridefest parade hit the streets of downtown Denver Sunday morning.
Memorial Day Confederate Flag Stirs ConcernsA decision by veterans to place a Confederate flag on graves of veterans buried at Steamboat Springs Cemetery is stirring concerns.
Colorado Sends Cargo Planes To Help Mexico Fight FiresTwo specially equipped U.S. Air Force cargo planes left Colorado on Saturday to help battle wildfires in northern Mexico.
Colo. Man Feels Vindicated Gays Can Now Serve OpenlyCBS4 investigator Rick Sallinger spoke with someone who was deeply affected by the policy. John Kelly's story goes back to the 1960s.