The AFC and NFC Championship matchups are set with Packers-Falcons, Steelers-Patriots. SLU women lose, SLU men win. Hidden Figures tops box office
NFL football returns to Los Angeles as Roger Goodell lies about relocation from St. Louis. Jimmy Kimmel hosts Primetime Emmy awards. Mizzou football falls to Georgia in a heartbreaker and more.
A 10-year old boy dies at Schlitterbahn Water Park. John Oliver talks journalism. Michael Phelps & Katie Ledecky win gold in Rio. NFL Hall of Fame cancelled
Orlando Pace was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame over the weekend in Canton, Ohio. Pace gave a impassioned speech thanking his teammates and the city of St. Louis. However, if you tried to watch the speech on YouTube via the NFL’s official account, you wouldn’t have known he even played in St. Louis.
The celebrity cast for the 22nd season of Dancing With the Stars was announced this morning on Good Morning America.
Check out the 12 celebrities vying for the DWTS title in 2016.
The big football game for all the NFL marbles, corrupt as they may be, is this Sunday. The Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos will battle for the Vince Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl 50.
Check out part one of the 2016 edition of NFL Bad Lip Reading. Also, Charles Kelly covers Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball”, Connor McDavid, John Scott, Sophia Lauren and more
Where will you be watching “The Big Game”? Here are some of our top suggestions of where to watch Super Bowl 50 around St. Louis.
While Demoff has repeatedly praised St. Louis and its fans in his time with the team, he very well may be between a rock and a hard place with Stan Kroenke as his boss.
Get caught up with The Monday Roundup. David Bowie died yesterday, January 10, 2016 after an 18-month battle with cancer. Korean pitcher Seung-hwan Oh has signed with the St. Louis Cardinals and more.