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150 soldiers from the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division were welcomed home at the Fort Carson Special Events Center early Saturday morning.
Southern Colorado snowstorms may pale in comparison to those in the Great Lakes states but people here remember the biggest blizzards of the past century.
140 soldiers from the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division returned home Thursday.Families and friends welcomed the soldiers during a homecoming ceremony at Fort Carson’s special events center.The troops were deployed for nine months in Afghanistan.
The Colorado Springs community gave veterans a big salute this weekend.Hundreds of service men and women marched through downtown Colorado Springs Saturday for the annual Veterans Day parade.It's a tradition that draws thousands of people to show support for soldiers."We have a very large military…
A Union Army officer killed more than 150 years ago during the Battle of Gettysburg will receive the nation's highest military honor from President Barack Obama today.
At a community meeting Wednesday night leaders in politics, medicine and the military in the Pikes Peak region assured the public that they're prepared in case of an Ebola outbreak.
ABC News Investigator Brian Ross is looking into how some football players accused or convicted of assault go unpunished, and in some cases, are still playing college football.
Fort Carson says prescribed burns on post could begin as soon as this weekend, and will continue through December.
The lockdown of a few soldiers at Fort Carson has been lifted.
The Colorado Springs Police Department welcomed 44 new officers into its ranks Thursday.
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Former prisoners of war are honored for their service at the Air Force Academy Friday night.
Paul Kari, then an Air Force captain, wasn't supposed to fly into enemy territory on Father's Day in 1965.
This week the YMCA Camp Shady Brook in Deckers was transformed to a camp for a unique group of visitors.
They say a picture is worth 1,000 words. For photographer Stacy Pearsall, each one of her pictures shares the story of a veteran -- stories that have often been forgotten or overlooked.
An 8-year-old Fountain Girl Scout is using her cookie-selling prowess for good.
Rosie the Riveter is one of the most iconic images of World War II, representing women who went to work in U.S. factories, while the men were overseas at war.
His military unit went down in history and he's the only one left to tell the story.
A member of the Air Force Academy's first graduating class, who rose to the highest level of the Air Force.
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