National

  • Dirt Devil

    NASCAR driver Kenny Wallace drives on Central Illinois dirt tracks.

  • Jim takes on the Boomerang

    The Boomerang is the newest roller coaster at Six Flags in St. Louis. Jim Mattson got a sneak peek at the ride that takes you upside down 6 times in 40 seconds.

  • Walkin' in Memphis

    Pekin alum D.A. Points pays a visit to St. Jude before the PGA Tour stop in Memphis.

  • Illini Coaches Caravan

    Year two for John Groce and Tim Beckman at Illinois. The two had very different rookie campaigns in Champaign.

  • Game On! Bradley to play at Illinois

    Illini basketball coach John Groce confirms the rumors--Illinois will host Bradley in a basketball game next season. The game will be played in Champaign at State Farm Center as a part of a 5-team round robin tournament.

  • Illini add transfer, Darius Paul

    Brandon Paul's younger but much taller brother, Darius Paul is transferring to Illinois. The former Gurnee Warren all-state prep was the MAC Freshman of the Year after starting 33 games for Western Michigan.

  • ESPN's Rick Reilly on the Josh Ruchotzke beat

    ESPN's Rick Reilly has traveled the world covering sports. Wednesday, he was in Princeville for the Farmington-Princeville baeball game and a feature on the Farmers' inspirational star, Josh Ruchotzke.

  • State Farm Center is new home of Illini basketball

    State Farm buys the naming rights to Assembly Hall. For the price of $60 million over 30 years, the Illini basketbal home is now named State Farm Center.

  • D.A. Points wins Houston Open----thanks to Mom's putter!

    D.A. Points went old school to record his second PGA Tour win. Points turned to a putter his mom used decades ago to earn the Houston Open title.

  • Michigan's Max Bielfeldt is Sweet 16 bound

    Peoria Notre Dame grad Max Bielfeldt is enjoying NCAA March Madness on the Sweet 16 Michigan Wolverines.


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