Werthmann: 'The Goal Was To Run The Couple Mile Trek At A Fast Pace'Coach Joel reminded us not to rush into a fast pace right out of the gate.
Speed Work Is Important Part Of Distance TrainingAs Team CBS4 trains for the Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Half Marathon, an important part of the training is speed work.
Vandals May Have Caused Millions In Damage At School Of Mines Research LabThere's been a break in the case after two men broke into a lab at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden and caused damage that could be in the millions of dollars.
Rancher Who Handed Over Fallen Deputy's Car At Emotional Auction Shares His StoryCBS4's Kelly Werthmann reports on a story of a man who bought a fallen deputy's cruiser, and then changed the deputy's son's life with four simple words
Metro State University Students, Staff May Have Been Exposed To TuberculosisCBS4 has learned approximately 100 students, faculty and staff may have recently been exposed to someone sick with tuberculosis at Metro State University.
It's The Time Of The Year Coyotes Become More Aggressive
‘Cool Colors Of Autumn’ Car Show Benefits Vets In Need Of Medical Care
'The Man Was Alive' – And Other 2013 Flood Stories With Happy EndingsCBS4 this week gathered a handful of recollections from last year's historic flood that highlight the good-news stories that emerged. Here are a few.
Mayor Hancock Arrives In New York Psyched For The Super BowlFans are descending on the East Coast this weekend in advance of Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., and one of the biggest Broncos fans was among them – Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
Random Attacks In LoDo Could Be Related To The 'Knockout Game'Denver police are investigating four violent attacks in LoDo on New Year's Eve that could be related the "Knockout Game" that involves sucker punching.
Crews Work To Turn Fallen Crane UprightCrews on Thursday spent hours trying to flip a toppled over crane upright in a Fort Collins neighborhood.
Day Of Service Draws Thousands To Help Mother NatureThe Xcel Energy Day of Service drew thousands of Coloradans to volunteer on 9 different wildland projects.