Army Quiet On Whether Live Rounds Were Used When Fire BeganThe Army remained silent Monday on whether live ammunition was in use during a training exercise at Fort Carson three days ago, the same day a fire started on the post, spread to private land and destroyed three homes.
Carson Midway Fire Contained, But Residents Raise Searing CriticismAuthorities declared the Carson Midway Fire 100 percent contained early Sunday afternoon while residents' anger burned toward the nearby Army base.
Thousands Adorn Military Graves With WreathsMore than 2,000 volunteers came to Fort Logan National Cemetery Saturday Morning to lay wreaths at gravestones.
Line Of Lights Over Denver Prompts Calls, CuriosityA line of flashing lights drew the attention of onlookers Saturday night in the metro area, many of whom contacted CBS4 for answers.
Businesses Say 'Thank You' To Service Members On Veterans DayBusinesses across Colorado are saying "thank you" to service men and women this Veterans Day.
NFL Donating $5 For Each Tweet With #SaluteToServiceThe National Football League is urging people on Twitter to take part in this year's Salute To Service fundraising drive.
‘Thank You For Your Service’: 10,000 Free Tickets Available To Active Duty Military And VeteransUniversal Pictures and AMC Theatres announced they are giving away up to 10,000 free tickets to see the new movie.
USAF Thunderbird Jet Crashes During Landing In OhioA United States Air Force F-16 from the Thunderbirds performance team crashed Friday while landing at Dayton International Airport.
Search For 7 Navy Sailors Ends After Bodies Found On ShipThe search for seven U.S. Navy sailors who went missing after their destroyer collided with a container ship off the Japanese coast was called off after several bodies were found Sunday in the ship's flooded compartments, including sleeping quarters.
US, Japan Search For 7 Navy Sailors, Puzzle Over Ship CrashU.S. and Japanese vessels and aircraft searched Saturday for seven American sailors who were missing after their Navy destroyer collided before dawn with a container ship four times its size off the coast of Japan.
To Many Americans, Memorial Day Has Lost Its MeaningWhile millions of Americans celebrate the long Memorial Day weekend as the unofficial start of summer — think beaches and backyard barbecues, mattress sales and sporting events — some veterans and loved ones of fallen military members wish the holiday that honors more than 1 million people who died serving their country would command more respect.