World War II
There’s a new exhibit at Denver International Airport honoring the famous Tuskegee Airmen.
Many of Colorado’s state courts have a new home after the new state judicial center officially opened Monday afternoon.
Professional skier Chris Anthony’s curiosity about the 10th Mountain Division troops who trained a mere 30 miles from the Eagle Valley has blossomed into an hour-long documentary film.
Explosives found at a park west of Denver were safely detonated on Friday, with the sound ricocheting around a nearby neighborhood.
Crews will start digging for explosives left over from World War II training. It’s believed the explosives are still underground on Green Mountain in Lakewood.
The American League Post No. 1 in Denver honored survivors of the Pearl Harbor attack.
Some letters arriving from Japanese-American internment camps during World War II were very specific, asking for a certain brand of bath powder, cold cream or cough drops. Others were just desperate for anything from the outside world.
A popular and historic place for camping and hunting in the mountains is now shut down because it’s contaminated with asbestos.
The Colorado Department of Transportation says part of U.S. 24 is still open after a sinkhole 100 feet deep and 20 feet across opened beside the road, apparently caused by the collapse of an abandoned railroad tunnel far below.
World War II veterans got the chance to take flight once more aboard restored aircraft.