Charlie Marlow is a sports anchor/reporter who joined the FOX 2 News team in April of 2008.

He came to FOX 2 from WLNS-TV, the CBS affiliate in Lansing, Michigan where he was a sports anchor/reporter for two years. Prior to that, Charlie worked for WLUC-TV, the NBC affiliate in Marquette, Michigan as the weekend sports anchor. He has won or shared in winning 4 Michigan Association of Broadcaster Awards.

Charlie graduated magna cum laude from Bradley University with a double major in communications and history. He also played baseball his first two years of college.

Charlie’s hometown is Toledo, Ohio and he still roots for his beloved Buckeyes from The Ohio State University.

He is also a fill-in host on CBS Sports Radio 920 AM.

Recent Articles
  • Washington University hires coach Jeff Fisher for football team

    ST. LOUIS — Jeff Fisher is a defensive-minded football coach in St. Louis. He just isn’t that Jeff Fisher — no mustache here. This Jeff Fisher is the defensive coordinator for the Washington University football team. The longtime coach has also worked at McKendree University and Lindenwood in Belleville, Illinois. Fisher tells FOX 2’s Charlie Marlow that he has tried using the Jeff Fisher name to get some better restaurant reservations around town. The other Jeff Fisher was head coach of the […]

  • Larry King donates $1 Million to Bradley University

    PEORIA, IL – Larry King is in Peoria, Illinois on the campus of Bradley University. The legendary broadcaster is donating $1 million to the school’s Sports Communications program. King never went to college.  He became affiliated with Bradley through his good friend Charley Steiner. Steiner is the voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers and a Bradley alum. FOX 2’s Charlie Marlow, also a Bradley alum, visited with King and has the story. The money that King donated is going to help […]

  • Jason Heyward back in St. Louis with the Cubs

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – The St. Louis Cardinals meet the Chicago Cubs for the first time this season. The Cubs are at Busch Stadium for the next 3 days.  The series also marks the return of Jason Heyward.  The former Cardinal outfielder signed with the Cubs during the off-season. FOX2’s Charlie Marlow has the story from Busch Stadium.

  • Six Players Representing Cardinals at 86th All-Star Game

    FOX2 Sports reporter Charlie Marlow is with six members of the Cardinals participating in this year’s Major League Baseball All-Star Game in . Charlie talks with veteran Cardinals All-Stars Matt Holliday and Yadier Molina. Pitchers Michael Wacha and Trevor Rosenthal will both be making their All-Star debuts at tomorrow night’s All-Star game. Carlos Martinez and Jhonny Peralta are also Cardinals representatives at the All-Star Game. Martinez is thrilled to be an All-Star and represent St. Louis. Jhonny Perlata won the […]

  • Rams coach Jeff Fisher hosts annual celebrity charity softball game

    O’FALLON, MO (KPLR) – Sunday Rams coach Jeff Fisher hosted his third annual celebrity charity softball game at TR Hughes Ballpark in O’Fallon, MO. The game features a celebrity home run derby, softball game and post-game fireworks show. Proceeds from the game will benefit: BackStopppers, The Jack and J.T. Snow Scientific Research Foundation, Mercy Ministries, Wounded Warrior Project and Catch-A-Dream Foundation. The event kicks-off at 5:45 pm with a homerun derby, followed by the celebrity game at 7 pm. A […]

  • Lawsuit tries to avoid public vote on a new downtown NFL stadium

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The public body that owns and operates the Edward Jones Dome filed suit Friday against the city of St. Louis. They are trying to avoid a public vote on the use of taxpayer money for a new downtown football stadium. The St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Authority would ultimately be responsible for building the proposed stadium on the riverfront. The RSA is suing St. Louis city claiming the city ordinance requiring a citywide vote […]

  • Wainwright leaves spring training; coming to St. Louis for medical exam

    JUPITER, FL (KPLR) – The Cardinals staff ace Adam Wainwright is having abdominal soreness. The pitcher will head to St. Louis for a Thursday examination to determine the cause. Wainwright was not having any issues while throwing the baseball. But the Cardinals did plan on watching the amount of work he took on this Spring Training.  General Manager John Mozeliak provides an update from Jupiter, Florida.

  • Parents of Ezekiel Elliott nervous before college national championship game

    ARLINGTON, TX (KPLR) – FOX 2 sports reporter Charlie Marlow is in Arlington, Texas for Monday nights NCAA Football National Championship game. It features St. Louis native Ezekiel Elliott. He is the starting running back for Ohio State. Charlie talked to his parents in Texas. They are excited to see their son perform on such a big stage.  

  • John Burroughs graduate may be key player in college national championship game

    DALLAS, TX (KPLR) – When Ohio State and Oregon play for college football’s championship Monday night, the game will have a local flavor. The Buckeyes star running back is a John Burroughs graduate and St. Louis native, who’s only a sophomore at Ohio State, in the biggest game of his life.

  • New York Times report dampens Rams prospects for move to LA

    (KPLR) – The New York Times reports that the chances of Los Angeles getting a new NFL team next season are dwindling. FOX2’s Charlie Marlow broke down what the article said. The headline of this article tells the story. “With no stadium on horizon. Chances dim for a move to Los Angeles in 2015.” And while this is a good sign for the Rams being here next season. It doesn’t really change the franchises long term prospects. Commissioner Roger Goodell […]

  • Misssouri to face Alabama for SEC championship

    COLUMBIA, MO (KTVI) –  Saturday the Mizzou Tiger will face the Alabama Crimson Tide in Atlanta, Georgia for the SEC Championship. Charlie Marlow went to Columbia to preview this Saturday’s game.  

  • Jon Hamm says the people of St. Louis can turn Ferguson around

    (KPLR) – St. Louisan Jon Hamm was at Busch Stadium Monday afternoon. The award winning actor grew up in Normandy and still has family in North County. Hamm was asked about the events taking place in Ferguson.   He says it is a, “Bad situation all around.  There is no positive spin to it. When all the facts come out hopeful all the light will be shed on all sides of it. Hopefully, justice will be carried out. I know people […]

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