Thousands and thousands of pounds of food was left unused following the big game between the Kansas City Chief and the San Francisco 49ers, but it all went to a good cause.
The Kansas City Police Department took two people into custody after a police chase broke out along the Chiefs’ championship parade route.
Jay-Z is clearing the air. He explained that he was busy observing the show, which he had a hand in producing thanks to a deal between his company Roc Nation and the NFL.
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid says he plans to celebrate his recent Super Bowl win with a trip to the White House should President Trump extend an invitation.
FOX 35 road-tripped to Miami for Super Bowl LIV.
The Super Bowl MVP got to say something that he's wanted to say his whole life: "I'm going to Disney World."
Katie Sowers made history Sunday night, becoming the first woman to coach in the Super Bowl.
The vets were asked by the NFL to participate to honor both their military heritage and the 100th anniversary of the NFL as a professional football league.
CEO and Chief Strategy Officer of EVOK Advertising Larry Meader gives his pick of the best Super Bowl LIV commercials.
FOX 35's Danielle Knox and Jayme King discuss the highlights of their trip to Miami.
Super Bowl champion Derrick Nnadi sponsored all dog adoptions at the KC Pet Project.
The Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday in Super Bowl LIV — and the city celebrated.
The Miami Herald reported that a one-way trip to South Beach from Miami Gardens reached $335 for an UberXL at 11:30 p.m.
The Tweet, which has since been deleted, immediately went viral.
Kansas City defeated San Francisco 31-20.
2020’s super bowl ads had the laughs, the tears and the news. Here are some of the commercial highlights.
Patrick Mahomes has become the first quarterback from a Texas college to win the Super Bowl after leading the Kansas City Chiefs over the San Fransisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV.
Tom Brady's recent cryptic tweet that sent the internet into a fury was just a teaser for Hulu's Super Bowl ad.
In what other football game could you have a player disqualified for excessive napping, or be penalized for “field bathroom use," let alone adopt one of the players to take home!
Music superstars Beyoncé and Jay-Z chose to remain seated during Demi Lovato's performance of the national anthem at Super Bowl LIV. The pair attended the game with their daughter Blue Ivy, who also stayed in her seat, according to TMZ.