An Air Force Academy cadet who suffered a heart attack over spring break is finding support from across the country on social media.
Some Girl Scouts delivered more than 120 boxes of cookies to a group of Fort Carson soldiers who are getting ready to deploy.
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The VA says its top construction official has retired amid an internal investigation of delays and massive cost overruns at the Denver veterans hospital.
An organization that connects lost military medals with veterans or their families says a Denver woman has stepped forward to claim her father's Purple Heart after it was unearthed in a backyard.
Military officials are looking into threats against about 100 U.S. troops, after they are reportedly targeted by an ISIS related group.
Dozens of Vietnam veterans and their families gathered to remember a battle fought nearly 50 years ago.
A graveside ceremony is planned this weekend honoring a Korean War veteran whose Purple Heart was discovered by a dog digging in a Denver backyard.
The U.S. Army has begun destroying the nation's largest remaining stockpile of chemical weapons.
Fort Carson officials say a soldier was injured during a training parachute jump Wednesday morning.
The chairman and top Democrat on the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee are demanding an explanation from the VA on huge costs overruns and construction delays at the new Denver veterans hospital.
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The snow in Pueblo brought both good and bad times.
The new Colorado Springs Veterans Affairs clinic was officially named after a local World War II hero in a ceremony Friday.
Fort Carson is honoring five soldiers for their leadership, and a military spouse for volunteer work.
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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.
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