National

  • Singing the Blues

    With the temperature near 100 degrees we try to cool things down with a little hockey talk. Former Rivermen head coach Bob Plager says the future is now for St. Louis.

  • Sr. Citizen

    The announcement that Lou Piniella is retiring as Cubs manager has brought Ryne Sandberg's name to forefront. The Hall-of-Famer managed the Peoria Chiefs for two seasons and he's now at Triple-A Iowa. There's another big time former major leaguer coaching in the Midwest League this season. But he's better known for being the father of a future Hall-of-Famer.

  • World Cup Fever

    With The U.S. win, American Soccer fans focused on what's happening in South Africa and while all eyes will be on the 2010 World Cup many are looking ahead as well.

  • Greg Maddux Returns to Baseball Roots

    Future Hall of Famer Greg Maddux will celebrate his big league career in Peoria Friday night. The Chiefs will retire the number 31 in honor of Maddux, the first modern-era Peoria Chief to make the major leagues.

  • Former Brave Joins Basketball Staff

    Former Bradley basketball star Willie Scott is returning to the program as an assistant coach. Scott played at Bradley from 1981 to 1983 under head coach Dick Versace.

  • BU Tip-Off Tournament

    The Bradley Basketball team will participate in an exempt tournament for a fifth consecutive year and for the seventh time in Jim Les’ nine years as the head coach when the Braves join Massachusetts, Southern California and New Mexico State in the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament Nov.

  • Zobrist Readies For All-Star Debut

    Eureka's Ben Zobrist makes his Major League Baseball All-Star game debut in St. Louis Tuesday. Zobrist has gone from part-time player to All-Star this season, hitting a career high 16 homers so far.

  • Former NFL player arrested in East Peoria

    A Former N–F–L Player and Current television sports analyst is in the Tazewell County Jail this evening. Bill Maas is awaiting a bond hearing on charges of Drug Possession and unlawful use of a firearm.

  • BU Soccer Ranked Nationally

    Enjoying its best start to a season since 2002, the Bradley Soccer team returned to the national rankings Monday by checking in at No.


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