• Pride of Peoria

    Wednesday, Jul 16 at 9:45 PM

    Peoria High alum Shaun Livingston gives back to his hometown with basketball camp he helped create.

  • Bumper Crop

    The Normal Cornbelters send 7 players to the Frontier League All-Star game.

  • Movin' On Up

    The Peoria Chiefs survive despite many call-ups.

  • Peoria's "Mr. Hockey" Bruce Saurs dies

    PEORIA, Ill. -- Peoria legend Bruce Saurs, who earned the nickname Mister Hockey after he bailed out the struggling Peoria Rivermen twice, has died at age 88.

  • Metamora's rising UFC Star- Kenny Robertson

    Former Metamora High star athlete and current Metamora High teacher, Kenny Robertson, is making a name for himself in the UFC octagon.

  • Hammer Time

    Former Rivermen enforcer Bob "The Hammer" Fleming appears on the Food Network.

  • NFL rookie Underwood returns to Washington

    San Diego Chargers rookie Colton Underwood is excited about his chances to make the final Chargers roster.

  • Favorite Son

    Former White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen's son plays for the Normal Cornbelters.

  • Mom catches foul ball and Grand Finale!

    A mom at the Peoria Chiefs game made a very nonchalant catch of a foul ball to earn our Grand Finale.

  • Shaun Livingston looks back at 2004 NBA Draft

    The 2014 NBA draft brought backs lots of memories for Shaun Livingston. Ten years ago, a Peoria High teenager became the highest drafted guard right out of high school. Shaun Livingston looks back at the 2004 draft.

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