COLORADO SPRINGS - The owner of the local Porsche dealership gave two wounded warriors and their wives a VIP trip to Hollywood to thank them for their service. Don Hicks of Porsche of Colorado Springs made the winning bid of $4,250 for the trip at a charity fundraiser auction for... more »
COLORADO SPRINGS - The family a Cincinnati soldier whose body was at a Colorado Springs hotel room Sunday morning describe their sister and daughter as a very warm and caring individual. Sgt. Kimberly Walker, 28, part of a refueling company attached to the Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division at... more »
FORT CARSON - In the moments just before their dad marched into the Special Events Center Friday night, sisters Kylei and Elissa Giles said the waiting is the hardest part.
"It's really exciting and I'm kind of nervous because it's like I'm seeing him for the first time again... more »
Washington (AP) U.S. officials say the Army plans to slash the number of combat brigades from 45 to as low as 32, broadly restructuring its fighting force to save money.
This move would cut the service by about 80,000 soldiers.
Officials say the sweeping changes will likely increase... more »
After a 20-plus year career in the Army, a woman is looking back to where the military life began for her -- Colorado Springs -- and most importantly looking for two boxes she left behind. She's hoping someone can help her find them.
"It's surprising to see how little you... more »
U.S. Army helicopters have flown their first relief missions in Pakistan's flood-ravaged northwest.
An Associated Press reporter saw four U.S. Chinooks evacuating hundreds of people stranded for days in a mountain town in the upper reaches of the Swat Valley.
A U.S. Embassy spokesman said Thursday the choppers... more »
Many points in Sunday's New York Times article have Fort Carson's and Washington's attention.
"There was a New York Times article yesterday (Sunday) about our Warrior Transition Unit at Ft. Carson Colorado, that probably raised concern about how the Army is caring for its wounded ill and injured soldiers,"... more »
A press conference is scheduled for this morning, talking about newly filed fraud and theft charges against U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Delroy Henry.
Charges filed Thursday are in relation to securities fraud, theft and forgery. 97 victims have been identified, and officials from the District Attorney's office say they... more »
A U.S. military helicopter crashed Wednesday near an Army barracks in western Germany, officials said. At least three people on board were killed, NBC News reported.
The helicopter went down about 6:20 p.m. northeast of Manheim, between Frankfurt and Heidelberg, in the vicinity of the U.S. military's Coleman Barracks,... more »