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
  • Prep Zone: Cor Jesu Academy vs St. Joseph’s Academy

    ST. LOUIS – Cor Jesu volleyball has a record of 4-0 after beating St. Joe’s on Thursday. The Chargers are led by a group of seniors that are looking to finish their high school careers with a deep run in the state tournament. All three teams get the win in straight sets over St. Joe. Great to get a sweep for the program. — Cor Jesu Volleyball (@CJAVolleyball) September 13, 2019

  • The Blues flew #1 fan Laila Anderson to Boston – ‘I don’t want it to end’

    BOSTON, Ma. – The St. Louis Blues #1 fan Laila Anderson is in Boston. She said, “I don’t want the game to start because I don’t want it to end.”

  • Blues star surprises students at special needs school

    TOWN AND COUNTRY, Mo. — One of the Blues stars makes good use of his day off. Vladamir Tarasenko and his wife Yana surprised dozens of students at Promise Christian Academy in Town And Country. It’s the second time he has visited the school for kids with special needs.  

  • Athlete with one hand inspires kids with limb differences through camps

    DU QUOIN, IL – About an hour and a half southeast of St. Louis, in Du Quoin, Illinois, there’s a sports camp for kids with special abilities. It’s gaining national attention due to its founder, Sam Kuhnert. FOX 2’s Charlie Marlow has the story of NubAbility.  

  • St. Louis Blues fire head coach Mike Yeo after rough start to season

    ST. LOUIS-  The St. Louis Blues are looking for a new coach after firing Mike Yeo Monday night after losing to the worst team in the NHL, the LA Kings. Yeo was hired as an assistant coach under Ken Hitchcock in 2016. He took over as head coach in 2017 when Hitchcock was fired. This year, the Blues are last in the Central Division with a record of 7-9-3. Overall, Yeo had a record of 73-49-11 with the Blues. Associate Coach […]

  • St. Louis MLS ownership group outlines requests after stadium snag

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Getting a stadium built in St. Louis is not easy. There are always hurdles. So, with that being said the current – Major League Soccer project reaches its first snag. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that a group of aldermen want the prospective owners of the team to own the stadium along with – future expenses. Alderwoman Meghan Green tells David Hunn of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that the city should not be in the business of […]

  • 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 […]

  • Hazelwood Central’s Dallas Craddieth drawing plenty of D1 football interest

    HAZELWOOD, MO- When the prep football season kicks off next week, you can bet the eyes of offensive coordinators and college head coaches will be focused on Hazelwood Central’s Dallas Craddieth, a top defensive back in the St. Louis area, who also doubles as a wideout for the Hawks. Central Head Coach Brent Chojnacki calls the senior his “most coachable” player. Craddieth has nearly two dozen scholarship offers from power conference schools, including Missouri, Ole Miss, Wisconsin and Illinois. He says […]

  • Lutheran North senior Ronnie Perkins racking up offers

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ Ronnie Perkins is a 6’4, 260 pound Defensive End. The Senior at Lutheran North is one of the top prospects in the state and currently has 48 Division 1 scholarship offers.

  • Golden State Warriors loan “pitcher” to St. Louis Cardinals for a night

    ST. LOUIS, MO- There was a fresh face on the mound for the St. Louis Cardinals briefly on Monday night. We’re not talking about Luke Weaver, who was called up from Memphis and appeared in relief of starter Adam Wainwright. Wellston native Patrick McCaw, fresh off winning an NBA championship with the Golden State Warriors as a rookie, appeared with the Larry O’Brien championship trophy at Busch Stadium before throwing out a ceremonial first pitch. McCaw who played three years […]

  • Fight breaks out between girls from super-star St. Louis sports families

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Tempers flared on the court Friday night in high school basketball. Two girls from famous St. Louis sports families were involved in a fight. I went to the John Burroughs vs MICDS basketball game. To interview Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott. His sister plays for John Burroughs. Right when I walked in, a little scuffle broke out. The daughter of former NBA star Larry Hughes with the hard foul on Elliott’s sister. That led […]

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