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Student survives cardiac arrest at school

8:47 AM, Mar 3, 2014

DENVER - Colorado lawmakers are considering a bill, which would create a grant program to train students in CPR and the use of defibrillators.

Alamosa County to get its own armored vehicle

8:37 AM, Mar 3, 2014

ALAMOSA, Colo. (AP) - The Alamosa County Sheriff's Office is planning to get its own armored vehicle from the U.S. military.

Colorado veteran gets second chance to serve US in Paralympic Games

10:21 AM, Mar 2, 2014

DENVER - Americans choose to serve their country in different ways, but few of us are given an opportunity to serve like Coloradan Joel Hunt. Hunt is an Iraqi war veteran who will be competing as an alpine skier in the Sochi Paralympic games this week, but his journey to skiing was rather unconventional.

Colorado soldier accused of avoiding flag salute

6:34 PM, Feb 26, 2014

FORT CARSON - Officials at Fort Carson in Colorado are investigating reports a soldier deliberately avoided saluting the flag.

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Court turns down GITMO force-feeding challenge

10:23 AM, Feb 11, 2014

WASHINGTON (AP) - A federal appeals court has turned away a challenge to force-feeding Guantanamo Bay detainees on a hunger strike.

VA Hospital volunteer makes chemo comfy

10:37 AM, Feb 7, 2014

DENVER - Comfortable is a way we don't often feel in a hospital. "I think I've always been sort of a caregiver," said Roy Sande. At the Denver Veteran's Administration hospital's infusion clinic, veterans arrive, usually, for a day of chemotherapy.

Ex-soldier gets prison in fuel-theft scheme

11:14 AM, Feb 5, 2014

DENVER (AP) - A former soldier from Fountain has been sentenced to 7 years and 3 months in prison for helping steal fuel from a military base in Afghanistan that cost the federal government more than $1.5 million.

US intel confirms NKorea nuke reactor restarted

9:39 AM, Jan 29, 2014

WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. intelligence says North Korea has followed through on its threat to advance its nuclear weapons program.

Dad returning from deployment surprises sons in Parker school

6:11 PM, Jan 27, 2014

KUSA - Three young brothers got quite the surprise at their school in Parker Monday morning.

Capt. killed in England to be buried at AF Academy

10:07 AM, Jan 27, 2014

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - A U.S. Air Force captain killed in a helicopter crash in England earlier this month is being buried at the Air Force Academy.

Fort Carson soldiers returning from Afghanistan

8:51 AM, Jan 21, 2014

FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) - About 90 Fort Carson soldiers are set to return home as part of a reduction of troops in Afghanistan.

Fort Carson to welcome home about 90 soldiers

3:36 PM, Jan 19, 2014

FORT CARSON, Colo. (AP) - Fort Carson is set to welcome home about 90 soldiers who have spent the past several months serving in Afghanistan.

Video sparks hope for captured soldier's family

6:54 AM, Jan 16, 2014

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - The family of U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was captured more than four years ago in Afghanistan, says a new video of the soldier believed to have been taken in the last month has bolstered its resolve to bring him home safely to Idaho.

Parents of Danny Dietz talk about 'Lone Survivor'

9:40 AM, Jan 13, 2014

KUSA - "Lone Survivor," the new film about a covert, tragic but ultimately heroic NAVY SEAL mission in Afghanistan, is helping the world to know what Colorado already knows; that one of those SEALS who didn't make it back was Danny Dietz of Littleton.

Iraqi army clashes with militants near Fallujah

9:37 AM, Jan 7, 2014

BAGHDAD (AP) - Fierce clashes erupted Tuesday between Iraqi special forces and al-Qaida-linked militants outside the city of Fallujah, a flare-up in a days-long standoff in the Sunni-dominated western province of Anbar, Iraqi officials said.

Double amputee Marine vet bikes across U.S.

8:19 AM, Jan 3, 2014

CHESTER, Ill. - This isn't a day for things like riding a bike, but that's not stopping Rob Jones.

Polar Bear Plunge raises thousands

1:42 PM, Jan 1, 2014

BOULDER - Call them brave or call them crazy, but while volunteers for the Polar Bear Plunge wore multiple layers to stay warm, freezing water enthusiasts stripped down and ran towards the Boulder Reservoir.

Teenager accused of murdering sister appears in court

EVERGREEN - Zach Santaguida,18, sat quietly in jail-issued clothes as a Jefferson County judge told him he was being held on suspicion of murdering his sister.

5:33 PM, Apr 12, 2010

State alters 420 MM sign to thwart thieves

DENVER - Thieves have been stealing the 420 mile marker sign so often, CDOT has changed it to "419.99".

9:43 AM, Jan 11, 2014

Technology can impact brain development in good, bad ways

ARVADA - Kim Myers teaches kindergarten at Allendale Elementary in Arvada. She is proud to use iPads, laptops, and an electronic whiteboard to help her kids learn with the latest tool at a young age.

5:23 PM, May 20, 2013

Study: How attached are cats to their owners?

KUSA - Between Grumpy Cat and Animal Planet's series 'My Cat From Hell' there aren't many stories of loving, cuddly cats being shared. Cat owners will both defend and spin great tales about their cat's quirky, entitled and even cunning behavior.

5:28 PM, Dec 16, 2013

SWAT team brought in to evict homeowner

IDAHO SPRINGS - A two-county SWAT team was sent to a home in Idaho Springs to evict a 63-year-old woman.

7:06 AM, Nov 6, 2012

FACT SHEET: Marijuana and your health

KUSA - With recreational marijuana available on New Year's Day, here is some information from Denver Public Health, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, National Institute on Drug Abuse and the City of Denver about marijuana and your health.

12:58 PM, Dec 30, 2013

How non-rich people can go to college

USA TODAY - I can't count how many roundtable discussions I've heard asking whether college is still worth the cost. They are important debates; college can be expensive. But most leave out an important point: There is more than one way to go to college.

11:51 AM, Jan 12, 2014

Canceled July 4th fireworks shows

KUSA - Due to multiple wildfires and fire restrictions, several areas have canceled fireworks celebrations. Here is a running list:

9:36 AM, Jul 4, 2013

Inmate laughs while describing fatal prison attack

ORDWAY - An inmate accused of stabbing one correctional officer to death and trying to kill another laughed in court.

11:01 PM, Dec 12, 2013

DaVita breaks ground on new headquarters

DENVER - A medical company specializing in kidney health is breaking ground on a new headquarters in Denver.

4:39 PM, Feb 23, 2011
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