Defense Department Investigates Claim Of Favoritism In Space Contracts To Colorado CompaniesThe Defense Department is investigating after a former executive of space contractor United Launch Alliance allegedly said the Pentagon showed favoritism toward his company.
Snow Cancels More Than 530 Of Denver Flights MondayAirlines have canceled nearly a third of daily flights at Denver International Airport because of snow that's expected to continue through Tuesday.
AG Cynthia Coffman Joins 2 Others: Don't Send Us Guantanamo DetaineesTop prosecutors in three states being assessed as potential future homes for Guantanamo Bay detainees implored the Obama administration on Wednesday not to send the prisoners to their states.
U.S. To Review Colorado Prisons For Guantanamo DetaineesSenior U.S. officials say a Defense Department team will be visiting a state and a federal prison in Colorado to assess their possible use to house detainees from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as part of the Obama administration's plan to close that detention center.
Judge Sends Contractor From Boulder To Prison For Faulty Gun PartsA Colorado man who had a factory in Michigan has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for trying to sell faulty gun parts to the Defense Department.
1 In 10 Females At Air Force Academy Report Unwanted Sexual ContactOne in 10 female cadets at the Air Force Academy said they suffered unwanted sexual contact in the 2013-2014 academic year, a figure essentially unchanged from the previous academic year.
Fort Carson Soldiers Could Be Sent To LiberiaSome of the 1,400 soldiers being sent to Liberia to help fight the spread of Ebola could come from Colorado's Fort Carson.
World War II Aviator Recovered In 2008 To Be Buried In ColoradoA U.S. aviator who was shot down over Germany during World War II will be buried with full military honors at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, after his remains were recovered in 2008 and later identified using DNA.
Decision On Air Force-Navy Game Will Come By ThursdayThe service academy football teams prepared Wednesday for games that might not be played, while military and school officials considered ways to avoid postponements caused by the partial government shutdown.
Government Shutdown Grounds Air Force Academy Football Army, Navy and Air Force might be forced to skip their football games next weekend because of the partial government shutdown.
Colorado Springs Soldier Among 3 Killed In AfghanistanThe Defense Department says a 24-year-old from Colorado Springs is among three soldiers killed in Afghanistan.
Fort Carson Soldier Killed In AfghanistanThe Pentagon says a 29-year-old Fort Carson soldier died after his vehicle hit an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan.
Marine From Parker Killed In AfghanistanThe Defense Department says Marine Cpl. David M. Sonka of Parker was killed during combat operations in Afghanistan. Sonka is the second Colorado serviceman killed in two days.
Fort Carson: Spending Cuts Could Curtail TrainingFort Carson might have to curtail training for soldiers who aren't getting ready to deploy if mandatory spending cuts take effect next week, a senior spokesman at the post said Friday.
Fort Carson Braces For Potential FurloughsFort Carson says about 3,000 civilians employed by the Army post could potentially face unpaid furloughs, if automatic government spending cuts kick in March 1.