Professional

  • Washington's Monday Night Football watch party

    Tuesday, Dec 10 at 11:14 PM

    Four Heart of Illinois NFL players treated the athletes at Washington High to a special dinner on Monday night.

  • Jim Thome donates $100,000 to Washington

    Jim Thome and his wife, Andrea, have donated $100,000 to aid the tornado relief in Washington. Thome visited the town last week.

  • Big Cardinal fans have souvenirs to prove it

    LOGAN COUNTY, Ill. -- The Cardinals open the World Series Wednesday night at Boston and no one's more excited than Norm and Pat Mueller.

  • The McManis Brothers

    Dunlap High star Davion McManis is working hard to follow in his big brother's football footsteps. Sherrick McManis is a Chicago Bear and Davion's biggest fan.

  • Rivermen expect season tickets to surpass last year

    PEORIA, Ill. -- When the puck drops at Carver Arena on Friday it will usher in a new era of Rivermen hockey. And fans seem to be embracing it as the box office.

  • A Peoria Guy

    Former Rivermen forward Jean-Guy Trudel is the team's new head coach.

  • Local businesses cash in on another Cardinals post-season run

    PEORIA, Ill. -- Cardinal fans will be on the edge of their seats Wednesday night when their team hosts a winner-take-all playoff against Pittsburgh. Even though the game is in St. Louis, the outcome will be felt here in central Illinois.

  • Pete Rose Interview

    One of baseball's all-time greats made a Peoria stop this weekend. Pete Rose talks about the St. Louis Cardinals, modern day players, his Hall of Fame chances and Peoria's baseball stars.

  • Peoria ranked among top minor league markets

    PEORIA, Ill. -- Peoria ranks high as a minor league sports city. At least that's what one national publication says in its latest issue.

  • A Touch of Class

    Spanish-speaking Peoria Chiefs players take English classes courtesy of Bradley University.


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