Professional

  • The Future of Minor League Sports

    Recent reports have declared impending doom for both the Rivermen and the Chiefs. So what exactly is the future of minor league sports in Peoria.

  • Hot Dog!

    It won't be long until baseball is here. That will mean trips to the ballpark and that means trips to the concession stand. The Peoria Chiefs are trying to make those visits more interesting.

  • Super Saver

    The Rivermen play 7 of their next 8 on the road thanks to March Madness. Peoria goalie Jake Allen is readjusting to the AHL after a round trip to the NHL.

  • Gracious Hosts

  • Bears introduce Marc Trestman

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

  • Cards Caravan comes to East Peoria

    EAST PEORIA, Ill. -- Former and current St. Louis Cardinals will be coming to town later this month for the Cardinals Caravan.

  • On a Roll

    For the first time since early in the season... The Peoria Rivermen are back at full strength. After injuries to five of their top players the team was struggling to establish an identity.

  • Josh Brent released from jail

    IRVING, TX -- Bloomington's Josh Brent was released from a Texas jail Sunday on a half-million dollars bond. Brent has been charged with intoxication manslaughter after a car accident that killed a passenger.

  • Rivermen Snap Skid

    With the win, the Rivermen improved to 7-10-2-2 (18 points) and have now won nine of their last 11 games played in Grand Rapids.

  • Blaze Win on Road

    The Bloomington Blaze, fueled by Mid-Illini Credit Union, registered their second-ever shutout in a 4-0 win over the Rapid City Rush at Rushmore Plaza Civic Center on Friday night.


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