World War II
Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams will represent the state at the keel laying ceremony for the attack submarine USS Colorado on Saturday.
World War II veterans who were part of the 10th Mountain Division and trained on the slopes in Colorado were reunited this week.
Crews 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.
One of the few ace American pilot from World War II who is still alive lives in Denver.
Many know Chicago is known as “the Windy City” and Wrigley Field is one of America’s oldest baseball stadiums, but there are a lot of other things about this great city that are not widely known.
Union Station’s reopening brought the transit station into a new era, but kept a lot of history as well. It’s history that a World War II widow relived this weekend because it was the last place she ever saw her husband alive.
Wreck chasers in Colorado scour the state’s mountains for clues about plane crashes throughout aviation history.
Two people killed when their plane crashed near the Durango-La Plata County Airport this morning have been identified.
There’s a renewed interest in preserving the fire lookout tower on top of a peak in Routt County.
A World War II veteran from Arvada was surrounded by his four sons and several grandchildren and great grandchildren as he was awarded a Prisoner of War medal.