Businesses Say 'Thank You' To Service Members On Veterans DayBusinesses across Colorado are saying "thank you" to service men and women this Veterans Day.
WWII Veteran Honored, Laid To RestA World War II veteran was honored with full military honors at funeral services in Denver over the weekend.
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.
Navy Veteran Awarded Degree 75 Years After Starting At CSUA veteran with the U.S. Navy finally received his degree more than 75 years after he enrolled in college.
Green Mountain Homeowners Warned About Munitions Left Over From WWIIHomeowners on the north slope of Green Mountain are being warned that their properties may contain munitions leftover from pre- World War II artillery practice.
Crews Remove WWII Munitions From Lakewood ParkCrews worked carefully on Wednesday to clean up munitions from World War II in Lakewood's Green Mountain Park.
Students Hear About Another Era As WWII Vets Visit South HighStudents 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.
WWII Hero Finally Recognized With 3 Purple HeartsIt took several decades but an American hero in Commerce City has finally been recognized.
WWII Bomber 'Memphis Belle' To Visit BroomfieldThe 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.
WWII Veteran Takes Flight In Restored BomberWorld War II veterans got the chance to take flight once more aboard restored aircraft.
WWII Vet From Littleton Awarded Distinguished Flying CrossA World War II veteran from Littleton received a special honor on Friday.
Police: Woman Attacked $30M Still PaintingInvestigators 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.