A 2008 study by the Workforce Institute at Kronos discovered that 1.5 million people will call in sick after Super Bowl Sunday.
Richard Sherman's dad enjoys life as an LA garbage man, says "don't change for anybody."
Two of the scoreboards being used at the Super Bowl were built by South Dakota's Daktronics.
Local restaurants and grocery stores are prepared for the extra crowds of people that they say Super Bowl Sunday will bring in.
Nexstar's John Kucko says the U. of Phoenix Stadium is in his top five Super Bowl venues.
Local, state and federal authorities are working together to keep Super Bowl celebrations safe.
Ripley Tate who works at Webfire Communications, is part of a team that runs the audio for the Super Bowl.
A controversial commercial is being pulled from the Super Bowl.
The Seahawks and Patriots faced thousands of journalists as part of Super Bowl Media Day.
The Pat Tillman Freedom Plaza holds a statue for the late Cardinals' safety who gave up an NFL career to join the military.
John Kucko reports live from Glendale, Arizona leading up to the Super Bowl.
Experts warn that fake tickets are a certainty as the Super Bowl nears.
Young Seattle Seahawks fan meets his hero after receiving prosthetic leg bearing Richard Sherman's image.
Terry Hendrix, an inmate in Colorado, sues the NFL and its officials for fraud and negligence, seeking nearly $88 billion in damages, after referees overturned Dez Bryant's catch at a pivotal point in their playoff game against Green Bay.
An estimated $184 million Americans will tune in to the most widely watched sporting event, as the Seattle Seahawks return to the Super Bowl and face the New England Patriots.
If you are looking to save big bucks on a TV before the big game, Consumer Reports says you can expect to save about 19%.
New England Patriots coach said he had "no knowledge whatsoever" of the deflated footballs for the win that sent the team to the Super Bowl. But he suggests Tom Brady might have answers.
University of Indianapolis football players take part in experiment to demonstrate the potential advantages of a partially deflated ball.
The NFL says it's investigating allegations the Patriots let some air out of their game balls, making them easier to throw and catch. A charge the team denies.
The NFL has announced that Super Bowl LII will be played in Minnesota.