Businesses Say 'Thank You' To Service Members On Veterans DayBusinesses across Colorado are saying "thank you" to service men and women this Veterans Day.
Bergdahl Spared From Prison; Trump Calls Sentence 'Disgrace'He could have received up to life in prison and President Trump had called for him to face stiff punishment.
Hundreds Of Fort Carson Soldiers Welcomed HomeHundreds of Fort Carson soldiers are back home after spending ten months in Eastern Europe.
Army Veteran Wants To Take Service Dog On ChairliftA U.S. Army veteran from Colorado wants a ski area to grant her and her service dog access to ski lifts so they can join friends for dinner at the restaurant on top of the mountain, but that currently is forbidden.
Colorado Sues Government Over Rocky Mountain Arsenal SiteThe State of Colorado is suing the U.S. government over who should control the contaminated areas that remain at the former Rocky Mountain Arsenal.
Police Give Soldier LoJack After Truck StolenA Master Sergeant in the Army got a nice surprise Thursday.
Army Blames Pilot Error In 2015 Helicopter Crash In ColoradoThe Army blames pilot error for the 2015 crash of a Black Hawk helicopter in Colorado that injured four crew members and destroyed the aircraft.
Colorado Chemical Arms Waste May Be Trucked To Another StateThe U.S. Army is considering trucking hazardous wastewater from a chemical weapons destruction plant in Colorado to another state because the plant isn't yet fully operational.
Veterans Day Parade A Chance To Show Respect For Past, Present & Future VetsThousands of people lined Civic Center Park for the annual Veterans Day Parade Saturday morning.
For Colorado Veterans, Marijuana A Controversial TreatmentFor members of the U.S. military, admitting to using marijuana could result in an investigation and in most cases, punishment or separation from the military.
National Guard Unit Joins Historic Mountain DivisionA regiment of the Colorado Army National Guard became part of the historic 10th Mountain Division during a ceremony Sunday at Camp Hale.
U.S. Set To Destroy Big Chemical Weapon Stockpile In ColoradoThe U.S. Army plans to start operating a $4.5 billion plant next week that will destroy the nation's largest remaining stockpile of mustard agent, complying with an international treaty that bans chemical weapons, officials said Wednesday.