Colorado Man Shot At Naval Air StationNavy officials in Virginia are identifying a sailor fatally shot by a Naval Air Station Oceana security officer.
Rural Veterans & Families Receive Holiday Cheer Thanks To Volunteer PilotsThanks to a handful of volunteers Sunday morning, hundreds of Colorado veterans will receive planes full of holiday cheer.
Navy Christens Submarine USS Colorado In Shipyard CeremonyAnnie Mabus smashed a bottle of sparkling wine from a Denver vineyard against the Navy's newest attack submarine Saturday, christening it the Colorado.
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.
Navy Veteran Awarded Degree 75 Years After Starting At CSUA veteran with the U.S. Navy finally received his degree more than 75 years after he enrolled in college.
USS Colorado Crew Brushes Up On Cooking SkillsThe new USS Colorado submarine is getting ready for action and that has the crew brushing up on their cooking skills.
Navy Scraps Mailer Sent In Colorado Over Sexism AccusationsThe U.S. Navy has scrapped a recruiting mailer that promised women they could join while staying in touch with their feminine side.
Governor Orders Flags To Fly At Half-Staff To Remember Deputy Killed In The Line Of DutyGov. John Hickenlooper on Sunday ordered flags be lowered to half-staff Monday on all public buildings statewide in memory of Mesa County Deputy Sheriff Derek Geer.
Westminster High School Grad Gets Big SurpriseA Westminster High School graduate got a big surprise at Friday night's graduation ceremony.
USS Colorado Crew Visits DenverThe captain and crew of the USS Colorado visited Denver on Wednesday. They discussed the commissioning of the new vessel.
Submarine Company Moving Into The Grand ValleyA company that builds nuclear submarines is buying an energy company with ties to Grand Junction.
Friends Gather To Say Farewell To Shooting VictimThe Stars and Stripes were flying as mourners entered a suburban Chicago funeral home to remember a U.S. Navy sailor killed in last week's shooting at a suburban Denver movie theater.