Army Identifies Fort Carson Soldier Killed In Training CrashThe Army has identified a Fort Carson soldier who died from injuries suffered during a training accident in California.
Army Halts Chemical Weapons Destruction In ColoradoThe Army has temporarily halted the destruction of chemical weapons at a Colorado facility to repair a small dent in the door of a chamber used to blow up shells containing mustard agent.
Colorado Vet Gets Long-Overdue Recognition Thanks To Rep. Diana DeGetteA local veteran finally received a long-overdue medal. He was supposed to receive the award more than 40 years ago but finally got it on Tuesday.
Minnesota Woman Gives Birth To Conjoined Twins At Children's HospitalA Colorado hospital where a Minnesota woman gave birth to conjoined twins said Thursday that one of the babies died after a complicated five-four separation procedure.
101st Army Band Provides Patriotic Soundtrack For FireworksThe 101st Army Band is a unit of the Colorado National Guard and the U.S. Army. Their mission to take the music to the masses.
Inside Job: Military Equipment Allegedly Stolen By Soldiers Sold On eBayTwo active duty soldiers are among four people accused of running an elaborate theft ring based at Fort Carson. The stolen items range from protective vests to a robot worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
2 Active Soldiers Accused Of Major Thefts From Fort CarsonTwo active duty Fort Carson soldiers and one former soldier are among the four suspects charged with theft from the Army post near Colorado Springs.
Army: Vehicle In Fatal Fort Carson Accident Rolled 100 FeetA newly released Army document says a Stryker fighting vehicle that rolled and killed a soldier during a February training exercise at Fort Carson tumbled about 100 feet and landed on its top.
Largest U.S. Cache Of Chemical Weapons About To Be Destroyed Near PuebloThe U.S. Army plans to begin destroying the nation's largest remaining stockpile of chemical weapons Wednesday.
Fort Carson Soldier Killed In Vehicle Accident IdentifiedThe Army has identified a Fort Carson soldier killed in a rollover accident at a Fort Carson training area on Friday night.
Crews Better Suited For 'Avalauncher' After Last Year's AccidentCrews 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.
Nearly 500 Troops Return Home To Fort CarsonAnother group of Fort Carson soldiers reunited with their families in Colorado Springs on Thursday night.