Crews worked carefully on Wednesday to clean up munitions from World War II in Lakewood’s Green Mountain Park.
Students at Denver’s South High School got a living history lesson on Wednesday when three World War II veterans visited and told stories to a Social Studies class.
It took several decades but an American hero in Commerce City has finally been recognized.
The Memphis Belle, a restored B-17 bomber, is scheduled to be in the Denver suburb of Broomfield next weekend as part of a national tour that aims to raise awareness about World War II.
World War II veterans got the chance to take flight once more aboard restored aircraft.
A World War II veteran from Littleton received a special honor on Friday.
Investigators are trying to determine why a woman caused $10,000 worth of damage to a large expressionist painting at the Clyfford Still Museum by punching and scratching it, then removing her pants and sliding down the artwork.
Hundreds of people gathered at Civic Center Park Saturday to honor our fallen war heroes.
On Feb. 12, 1945, Gerald Ravenscroft, a member of the 14th Air Force’s Fighting Tigers, was in his P-51 Mustang flying over the Yangtze River near Nanking. He was on his 25th mission out of Laohekou, China, when he spotted a Japanese vessel on the river.