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.
Navy Recruiting Office In Denver Gets Top HonorColorado may be landlocked, but the U.S. Navy is very active in our mountain state.
Denver Job Expo Caters To Only VeteransHundreds of thousands of veterans are among those looking for work. They came home from serving the country only to join the unemployment lines.
Admiral Moving Into New Role At Peterson AFBAn admiral currently serving with U.S. Forces-Iraq has been named to a new post at Peterson Air Force Base.