Colorado Vets Join Native Americans In Protest Against PipelineThousands of veterans are making their way to Standing Rock this weekend, including several vets from across Colorado.
Artist Uses 2 Styles Of Art To Create 1 ImageA new exhibit shows art made up of two creative styles.
Stolen Truck Recovered, Boots Of Fallen Soldiers Remain MissingA veterans’ organization is trying to find out how to move forward after a majority of its materials were in the back of a stolen truck.
Colorado Vet Not Surprised By DEA Marijuana Reclassification DecisionThe Drug Enforcement Administration announced Thursday that marijuana would remain on its list of the most dangerous drugs.
Limb Restoration Program Saves Soldier's Shattered LegA soldier who served in Kuwait and Afghanistan nearly lost a leg after he returned home to Colorado and was in a horrific car accident.
Colorado-Produced Documentary About PTSD Viewed On Capitol HillA new locally-produced documentary that looks at how suicide affects veterans from every battle since World War II was shown on Capitol Hill.
5 Ways To Give Back To Our Military Heroes On Memorial DaySpend some time giving back to our military heroes this Memorial Day. Here are five great ways to honor a vet today.
World War II Vet Reunites With Prisoner He Saved From Nazi Death CampA World War II veteran who lives in Denver flew to Europe to reunite with a prisoner that he saved from a Nazi death camp 71 years ago.
Congressional Hearing Led By Rep. Coffman Examines Vets' Pain ManagementVeterans Administration officials say the VA is making progress in reducing opioid use among their patients, but members of Congress studying the issue say they remain concerned that successful approaches aren't being widely shared.
Proposed Pilot Program Would Help Vets With PTSD Train Own Service DogsA Colorado state lawmaker is hoping to launch a first-of-its-kind pilot program to help veterans with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) train their own service dogs.
Vets In Rural Colorado Still Finding A 'Train Wreck' When Seeking Medical CareSome veterans living in rural Colorado are finding it harder than ever to get the medical care they need. CBS4's Matt Kroschel visited Grand Junction where he interviewed a vet and the director of the VA Hospital talked about the problems.
Veterans Honored With New Holiday TraditionsA group of veteran’s organizations are starting to make a new holiday tradition in Denver International Airport.

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