National

  • Bears introduce Marc Trestman

    At a press conference this morning, the Chicago Bears introduce their 14th head coach, Marc Trestman.

  • ISU loses, Bradley wins

    ISU is 0-2 in the MVC after a loss to Creighton. Bradley is 2-0 after a win at SIU.

  • Missouri beats Illini for Bragging Rights

    The Illini suffer their 1st loss of the year and their 4th straight St. Louis Bragging Rights loss to Missouri.

  • Illini Basketball- So far, so perfect

    Illini basketball coach John Groce has his team 8-0 and ranked 13th in the nation.

  • Normal U-High star Bates-Diop picks Ohio State (VIDEO)

    On the eve of his junior year of high school basketball, Normal U-High basketball star Keita Bates-Diop ended his college recruitment by selecting the Ohio State University today. Bates-Diop had offers from Illinois, Michigan, Michigan State, Purdue and many others before choosing the Buckeyes.

  • Illini prep for Hawaii "business trip"

    The Illini basketball team may get burned by some great opponents in Hawaii. But their head coach has no chance of getting a sunburn.

  • Olympic medalists could get a tax break

    WASHINGTON, DC -- Congressman Aaron Schock is also showing his support for Olympic athletes.

  • Redneck Fishing in Bath, Illinois

    The 8th annual battle against the Asian Carp is underway in Bath, Illinois. This small Illinois river town of 300 will be invaded by thrill-seekers from around the world in quest of the ugly, flying fish.

  • Tim Broe's Olympic Memories

    Eight years ago, Tim Broe proudly represented East Peoria in the Summer Olympics. Broe talks about his 2004 memories and his hopes for the 2012 games.

  • Munich Survivor

    The 1972 Olympic games in Munich were supposed to be a chance for Germany to shine just 27 years after the end of World War Two. Instead the world watched in horror as Palestinian terrorists took 11 Israeli athletes hostage. 40 years later it's the darkest moment in Olympic History, Dan Alon a survivor of the massacre shared his story during a visit to Peoria back in 2006.


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