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.
WWII Veterans Honored With The French Legion Of HonorFive World War II veterans in Colorado received France's highest honor for the military.
Group Of WWII Vets Returns From Courtesy 2-Day Trip Touring Memorials In Nation's CapitalA group of Colorado World War II veterans is back home after a special trip to Washington, D.C.
Korean War POW Finally Laid To RestIt’s been 65 years since anyone last heard from Cpl. Grant H. Ewing, but on Monday he was finally laid to rest in his home town of Fort Lupton on what would have been his 93rd birthday. But the road home hasn’t been easy.
Colorado Japanese-American Internment Camp Opens Forgotten HistoryIf you aren't careful on this southeastern Colorado rural highway, you might easily pass the signs leading to a site that marks a dark and unjust episode in U.S. history.
Korean War POW From Fort Lupton Being Laid To RestA Korean War POW from Colorado is being laid to rest nearly 65 years after disappearing.
90-Year-Old WWII Vet Takes Another Big Jump At Rocky Mountain AirshowSeventy years after he landed on Iwo Jima a World War II veteran made another daring jump.
Shocking Discovery At Stearns Lake After Man 'Tripped Over ... A Grenade,' Another FoundA man literally tripped over a grenade at Stearns Lake in Boulder County and even picked it up before quickly putting it back on the ground. Another grenade was also later found.
Person Steps On Grenade On Shore Of Colorado LakeAuthorities say a person walking around a lake near Broomfield unknowingly stepped on a live hand grenade but it didn't detonate.