The U.S. Army plans to begin destroying the nation’s largest remaining stockpile of chemical weapons Wednesday.
The Army has identified a Fort Carson soldier killed in a rollover accident at a Fort Carson training area on Friday night.
Crews working on the Colorado Department of Transportation’s avalanche mitigation team are preparing to ramp up their workload as more snow falls in Colorado’s mountains.
Another group of Fort Carson soldiers reunited with their families in Colorado Springs on Thursday night.
An auto body shop in Littleton gave a U.S. Army veteran a refurbished car on Wednesday as part of a program that provides vehicles to people in need.
The U.S. Army reported shots fired near the northwest perimeter of the Fort Carson base at approximately 7:50 p.m. on Monday.
A civilian accused in a fraud case involving Army recruiting bonuses has pleaded guilty.
A Colorado Springs woman calls it unforgivable after someone stole an American flag from her front yard. The flag was a celebration of her son who is serving in the U.S. Army.
Last September hundreds of people got trapped in their small communities and had to be rescued when flood waters destroyed all the roads. They were airlifted to safety in Black Hawk helicopters.
A Fort Carson soldier from Thornton has died following an aircraft accident in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan.