More stories by Colleen Seitz, WFLA Digital Director
A Michigan student serves as host to the U.S. Olympic hockey team in PyeongChang.
The Winter Games are giving the country’s tech giant a chance to show off its latest and greatest ways to connect people with the world.
There is a Korean proverb that states: When whales fight, a shrimp’s back is broken.
Scott Hamilton is one of the most recognizable faces – and voices – of Olympic figure skating.
There’s an American in Pyeongchang who’s looking to make the experience for thousands of fans not only easier, but a whole lot better.
Golf is extremely popular in South Korea and this place is not purely an arcade. This is full swings, full chips and even putts.
There’s a lot of fist-bumping going around the Olympic Winter Games lately, especially with the hockey players.
During the Olympics it’s the athletes who get most of the attentions, but there are thousands of people who made the trip to PyeongChang to …
What’s it like to be the parent of a kid who is the best of the best in the eyes of the world?
Once a network of forts and garrisons designed to protect a king, “The Great Wall of Korea” is now a top tourist destination for people visi…
Each year, the NASCAR season kicks off with the Great American Race. And if you win the Daytona 500, your life changes.
Every year at the Daytona 500, drivers contend with high speeds, a hot and slippery track and the aggressive moves of other drivers. But Sun…
While his helmet is an ode to his family legacy, Jeffrey Earnhardt is out to carve his own legacy.
Michigan native Adam Stirn has done thousands of laps on a Zamboni, but nothing compares to the first one he took in Pyeongchang.
What do the Olympics and the World Series have in common? Everything according to Jonathan Garcia, a speed skater form Texas competing in Py…
Adam Rippon is all the rage on social media from his trendy eyebrows to his amazing talent, and of course his love for Reese Witherspoon.
A Swiss Olympic skier is getting in some hang time while riding the escalator in PyeongChang.
Not every Olympian can afford to make their sport a career. Many hold down full-time jobs before and after the games.
A walk along the PyeongChang beach is a bit cool this time of year but still popular during the Olympics.
Bobsledder Justin Olsen had an appendectomy after arriving in South Korea and still plans competing.