NBC's Bob Costas Replaced by Mike Tirico For Olympics CoverageCostas, 64, began his broadcasting career at 22-years-old calling Spirit of St. Louis basketball games on KMOX. He said he's not retiring from the business, but entering the ``Tom Brokaw phase'' of his career.
U.S. Olympian Dawn Harper-Nelson SuspendedEast St. Louis native tested positive for banned substance
US Soccer Hires Bruce Arena, Again, As USMNT Head CoachArena steps back into the job that he held over an eight-year tenure from 1998-2006.
US Soccer Fires Head Men's National Team CoachJurgen Klinsmann was 55-27-16 through just over five years as the USMNT head coach.
IIHF Encouraged That NHL Players Will Compete at 2018 OlympicsThe Blues could be without it's No. 1 defensive pairing and a few top forwards for part of 2017-18.
Los Angeles' Olympic Bid Expects to Address Trump ElectionParis and Los Angeles, which have each held the Olympics twice, have been viewed as close front-runners in the 2024 race.
Missourian Wins Gold at ParalympicsDavid Brown of St. Louis had the fastest finish in the 100m-T11 event in Rio
Central Illinois Gold Medalist Coming HomeSwimmer Ryan Held to be in Springfield on Friday & Saturday
Mizzou Wrestler Wins Bronze MedalJ'den Cox defeats Cuban opponent to achieve Olympic dream
Bolt Wins 3rd Goal of Games, U.S. DisqualifiedSt. Louisan Mike Rodgers was ruled to have passed baton too soon
POEM: Lochte Thinks Things Over
Lochte Apologizes for Not Being More Candid About Incident"There has already been too much said and too many valuable resources dedicated to what happened last weekend, so I hope we spend our time celebrating the great stories and performances of these games,'' Lochte said.