'Band Of Brothers' Veteran Edward Tipper Dies In ColoradoEdward Tipper, a World War II paratrooper who was portrayed in the HBO series "Band of Brothers," has died. He was 95.
World War II Vet Visits Place That Changed The Lives Of ManyA World War II veteran CBS4 reported on earlier this week made a stop at Denver International Airport.
Colorado Survivor Of Pearl Harbor Attack Travels To HawaiiOn the 75th Anniversary of Japan's surprise assault on Pearl Harbor, a Colorado survivor traveled to Hawaii to mark the day.
National Guard Unit Joins Historic Mountain DivisionA regiment of the Colorado Army National Guard became part of the historic 10th Mountain Division during a ceremony Sunday at Camp Hale.
Commerce City's Memorial Day Parade Featured 3 Grand MarshalsCommerce City honored Memorial Day with its parade on Monday.
Fallen Heroes Honored At Colorado Freedom Memorial In AuroraPeople across Colorado are remembering military members who were killed in action.
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.
World War II Vet To Reunite With Prisoners He Saved From Nazi Death CampA 94-year-old World War II veteran will soon reunite with some of the prisoners he saved from a Nazi Germany death camp 71 years ago.
Castle Rock Star Shines For BroncosCastle Rock's star will glow with Broncos pride all night until Super Bowl 50.
Dying WWII Vet May Get To Be With Wife In Nursing HomeAn anonymous donor wants to help a World War II paratrooper dying of cancer spend his last days with his wife in a Colorado nursing home that is not approved by the Veterans Administration.
Puffs Of Smoke May Be Visible As Crews Detonate WWII Explosives On Green MountainCrews were back at William Frederick Hayden Park on Green Mountain on Thursday to detonate explosives from World War II.
Iconic Piece Of Americana Covered In 1964 Once Again On Display In SalidaSome say history can't be covered up and forgotten, but that's what happened to a World War II mural painted on an old building.