- The report didn't say whether the records were deliberately falsified.Read more
Neither of Colorado's senators joined the call, which comes in the wake of an NPR-CPR investigation.
Three Colorado women who served in Iraq and Afghanistan talk about the challenges and opportunities of a major military policy shift: opening all combat roles to women. Then, a Denver artist who learned she had multiple sclerosis after waking up with distorted vision learned to let her affliction guide her creative vision. And, an 1800s diary sat in obscurity at the Denver Public Library until an archivist picked it up and found tales of Buffalo Bill Cody.
- Chief Master Sgt. William Galvan wants to build a village on the plains east of the city to house dozens of veterans who are working to get back on their feet.Read more
"Pop'n Twigs," by Matthew Novellino, is based on his experiences as a Green Beret with the U.S. Army Special Forces.
"Recovering" follows injured soldiers, still in or recently out of the military, as they overcome physical disabilities and PTSD by cycling long distances together.
Colorado Springs and El Paso County vow to declare "functional zero" for its homeless veteran population by the end of the year.
- Students and recent graduates will work on the project, and the students will earn a variety of certifications in the process.Read more
More than 10 percent of the appointments at the Colorado Springs clinic from Sept. 1 to Feb. 28 took at least 31 days to schedule.