U.S. Army

Jaycee Collier (credit: CBS)

Civilian Pleads Guilty In Army Recruiting Bonuses Fraud Case

A civilian accused in a fraud case involving Army recruiting bonuses has pleaded guilty.


Kathy Dawson (credit: CBS)

American Flag Stolen From Army Mom’s Front Yard

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.


Donna Gail hugs a guardsman (credit: CBS)

Evacuees Airlifted During Floods Get Chance To Say Thanks

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.


Pfc. Jacob H. Wykstra (credit: Fort Carson)

Colorado Soldier Killed in Afghanistan

A Fort Carson soldier from Thornton has died following an aircraft accident in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan.


Fort Carson Army Post (credit: CBS)

Soldiers’ Advocates Say Fort Carson Banned Them

Two veterans who advocate for injured or mentally ill soldiers have filed a lawsuit saying they’ve been illegally barred from Fort Carson.


Jaycee Collier (credit: CBS)

Another Defendant Named In Army Bonus Fraud Case

Another defendant has been charged in the U.S. military recruiting bonus investigation. This time it involves a civilian employee.


CBS4's Rick Sallinger attempts to talk to Christopher Clark (credit: CBS)

Soldier In Court On Theft Charges Greets CBS4 Reporter With Profanity

A Colorado Army National Guard soldier made a trip to court Tuesday morning as part of a fraud investigation. He is one of several charged with receiving tens of thousands of dollars they didn’t deserve.


Sgt. Anton Phillips (credit: U.S. Army)

Army Investigates Soldier Stabbing Death In Afghanistan

Army investigators are investigating a soldier’s murder that happened in Afghanistan four years ago.


Spc. Juan Santiago is welcomed home by his daughter Hope (credit: CBS)

Deployed Soldier Featured On CBS4 Returns Home To Family

It was almost one year ago when one Fort Carson soldier deployed to Afghanistan for the first time. Now Spc. Juan Santiago has just returned home to his country, his wife and his daughter.


Pueblo Chemical Depot (credit: earthobservatory.nasa.gov)

Army Steps Closer To Destroying Colorado Chemical Weapons

The Army says using explosives to destroy leaking chemical weapons at a Colorado storage site would cause no significant environmental impacts.




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