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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 the co-host of a sports-talk radio show on 920 AM from 12pm - 2pm Monday through Friday called "Middle Relief."

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    Molina is confident he will be playing during the NLCS series

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA (KTVI) – Yadier Molina strained his left oblique muscle during game two of the National League Central Division Series.  The Cards won the game but the star catcher appeared to be out.  Now, that story may be changing. FOX 2 Sports Reporter Charlie Marlow spoke to Molina Tuesday afternoon.  Yadier says that he’s 100% confident that he can play defense at a high level today for 1-2 innings.  He says he will be swinging a bat Wednesday. […]

  • Mizzou Loses to Indiana 31-27

    (KTVI) – Mizzou was stunned by Indiana 31-27 at Faurot Field on Saturday. It was the Tigers first loss of the season. FOX 2’s Charlie Marlow has the story from Columbia.  

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

    (KTVI) – 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 […]

  • Adam Wainwright: Charity Fantasy Football

    (KTVI) – Some big sports celebrities were in town for Adam Wainwright’s fantasy football charity event this weekend. Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk and several Cardinals players got together on Friday to support two worthy causes. FOX 2’s Charlie Marlow has the story from Busch Stadium.

  • Mizzou O-Line: Fun with the Media

    (KTVI) – Following Tuesday morning’s scrimmage, three members of Mizzou’s offensive line joked around with FOX 2. Anthony Gatti of Parkway North gets an exclusive interview with Evan Boehm (special guest appearance from Mitch Morse).    

  • Fisher Talks Rookies in Preseason Opener

    (KTVI) – After reviewing film from Friday night’s preseason game versus the Saints, Jeff Fisher discussed the performances by some of the key Rams rookies. FOX 2’s Charlie Marlow has the story from Earth City.

  • Red Sox Allen Craig placed on disabled list

    ST, LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Two recently traded Cardinals were slated to make their return to Busch Stadium this week. Go ahead and make that one. Allen Craig, who was traded with Joe Kelly to the Boston Red Sox last week, was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday. Craig started his first game for the Red Sox on Friday, going 1-4 with a double while playing left field. He injured his left ankle running over first base on a […]

  • Cards vs BoSox Preview & Pujols Golf Outing

    (KTVI) – FOX 2’s Charlie Marlow previews the Cardinals-Red Sox series and takes you to the Pujols Family Foundation’s annual golf outing to hear from Matt Holliday, Tony La Russa and comedian George Lopez.    

  • Jake Odorizzi Shines in Busch Debut

    (KTVI) – Jake Odorizzi’s first career outing at Busch Stadium was a success. The Rays pitcher and Highland, Illinois native got the win against the team he grew up rooting for. FOX 2’s Charlie Marlow has the story.

  • Michael Sam and rookies report to Rams training camp

    EARTH CITY, MO (KTVI) – Rookies were on the field at Rams Park including ex-Mizzou star Michael Sam, the first openly gay player to be drafted by an NFL team. Recently, ex-NFL coach Tony Dungy said he would be reluctant to draft Sam because of possible distractions.  Dungy’s comment caused the first distraction at Rams Park and the ex-Tampa Bay and Tennessee coach apologized for his role in creating a twitter frenzy. Today, Michael addressed Dungy’s comment with good humor and no hard feelings.

  • Video Vault: Jake Odorizzi – June, 2008

    (KTVI) – Tuesday night Jake Odorizzi of the Tampa Bay Rays will make his first career start at Busch Stadium. The Highland, Illinois native grew up a Cardinals fan and should have a lot of friends and family in attendance. So, in honor of Odorizzi’s big night, we went into the video vault. Here’s a story we ran from June of 2008, right before Odorizzi was drafted number 32 overall & led Highland to the state championship as a senior. […]

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    Rams Dunbar arrested in Miami

    (KTVI) – Rams linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar was involved in an altercation Saturday night outside a Miami night club. Dundbar was arrested, along with NBA free agent Donte Greene who last played for the Sacramento Kings. The two were allegedly involved in a fight and are facing charges of battery and disorderly conduct. Dunbar was suspended for the first 4 games of the season last year for violating the league’s performance enhancing drug policy. The Rams training camp opens on Friday.