Walt Disney World is throwing a parade in honor of Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles.
An estimated 103.4 million people watched the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, the smallest audience for…
LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – An “E-A-G-L-E-S” chant echoed through the Eagles Pro Shop at Rockvale Outlets on Monday.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Nick Foles did his best Tom Brady impersonation, leading a late-game comeback to cap a season that began as a backup and …
SUSQUEHANNA TWP., Pa. (WHTM) – Eagles fans are thrilled. Hundreds of people celebrated the team’s first Super Bowl win at Mr. G’s in Susqueh…
SUSQUEHANNA TWP., Pa. (WHTM) – Hundreds of fans are cheering on the Philadelphia Eagles at Mr. G’s Place in Susquehanna Township. “We are di…
WRIGHTSVILLE, Pa. (WHTM) — Wrightsville Elementary School Principal Doug Enders has been talking about the Philadelphia Eagles all year.
LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – The Eagles Pro Shop at Rockvale Outlets was filled with people looking for birds’ gear before their team takes on th…
The last time Timberlake was on this stage was his infamous performance with Janet Jackson in 2004.
Super Bowl organizers say the event is something people can feel statewide.
Fans go all out, getting special hair cuts for the Super Bowl.
Each team then selects 54 game balls, nearly five times more than a typical NFL game.
Check out these photos from the AFC and NFC championship games.
Bettors can gamble on everything from in-game stats to the halftime show to the number of times Donald Trump will tweet during the game.
More than 5,000 reporters are in Minneapolis to cover the game, and they’ve come from all over the globe; some covering a football game for …
10,00 tickets were sold for the ride, and they sold out quickly!
Big-name brands shell out millions of dollars for those precious seconds during commercial breaks.
The culinary team at U.S. Bank Stadium have spent the last year creating a special menu for those in attendance at the big game.
It’s everywhere you look. On pins, hats, and signs. The saying “Bold North” has become the mantra for Super Bowl week in Minnesota.
Minneapolis regularly employs 840 officers, but for this event more than 3,000 officers will be on duty and the plan’s already in motion.