Longtime CBS4 viewers know all about former prep sports reporter Marcia Neville, a true pioneer in the reporting of high school sports, and on Tuesday she was elected to the Colorado High School Sports Hall Of Fame.
Denver Broncos safety Rahim Moore and wide receiver Demaryius Thomas said little about the Ray Rice domestic violence story that’s dominated NFL headlines in the opening week.
Colorado connections highlight CBS4’s anchors’ and reporters’ genuine affection for the state where they work, live and raise their families. That homegrown loyalty is part of CBS4’s new promotional spots.
LeBron James is going home. The NBA star announced Friday morning that he’s returning to Cleveland.
Colorado Avalanche analyst Peter McNab doesn’t think the team will get a long-term deal done with center Ryan O’Reilly, who currently isn’t under contract, and calls the situation “unpleasant.”
As a sportscaster, I criticize athletes for abusing PEDs, marijuana, alcohol, other bad-for-your-body stuff. I can’t understand why some of them are so prone to addiction. And yet, I’m an addict myself.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders celebrated his very first Father’s Day as a dad on Sunday. He’s got a 3-month-old at home and wants him to grow up to be a golfer.
Former Denver Nuggets coach George Karl was a candidate for the Golden State coaching job, which seemed like a great fit, but the Warriors went with Steve Kerr instead.
Last Wednesday Charlie Blackmon had the second-best batting average in baseball. He’s fallen off a bit since CBS4’s Vic Lombardi interviewed him then, but he’s batting .319 — and he still has a killer beard.
The knock on Bradley Roby is that he had some character issues. The cornerback was widely regarded as a Top 20 pick until a couple of off-the-field incidents at Ohio State had teams nervous. But not the Broncos — they did their homework.