Russian Olympian In 'I Don't Do Doping' Shirt Busted For DopingThe female bobsledder reportedly tested negative for drugs on Feb. 13 however, her Feb. 18 sample came back positive for a banned heart medication.
5 Things: USA Women's Hockey Finally Gets Its RevengeAfter three straight runner-up finishes to Canada, the U.S. women finally overcame our neighbors to the North to win gold.
5 Things: Shaun White Is Golden Once More, Young Stars Shine In SnowboardingThe "Flyin' Tomato" earned his 3rd Olympic gold medal in half-pipe and a pair of teenagers brought the US gold in snowboarding.
Rising Stars: Jordan GreenwayJordan Greenway is set to make U.S. Olympic history as he becomes the first African-American to make the U.S. Olympic Men's Ice Hockey Team.
Olympic Skater Rescued Pup From South Korea Meat Trade, Wins GoldAn Olympic figure skater went to South Korea last year to rescue dogs from the country's controversial meat trade, now she's back and taking home a gold medal.
Rising Stars: Mikaela ShiffrinThe 22-year-old Colorado native won her first Olympic gold in Sochi at age 18. Four years later, she's looking to add a few more to the trophy case.
Effort to Re-Ignite St. Louis Olympic Spirit UnveiledSt. Louis Sports Commission hopes it will attract more national and international events.
St. Louis Olympic Legacy Committee Announce Plans for New EffortWe'll learn more in a ten o'clock press conference that will include several local Olympians.
Quick Hits With Barry Melrose: Blues Injuries, Olympics, Greatest NHL MomentOn this week's episode of Wendy's Week In Hockey, hosts Alex Ferrario and Amy Marxkors were joined by NHL Network analyst Barry Melrose.
Former Blue Headed to USA Hockey Hall of FameYoung played four seasons in St. Louis, including the 2000-01 season, which ended in a loss in the conference finals.
'Miracle On Ice' Creates Most Chilling Moment in Sports Broadcasting, Film HistoryIt happened 37 years ago today, "Do you believe in miracles?" And it also led to one of the greatest speeches in sports film history.
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.