Professional

  • 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.

  • Ring Leader

    Chiefs clubhouse manager Pat Cramer has earned several championship rings in the Cardinals organization.

  • Season of Change

    Pekin's D.A. Points reworks his game after his most successful season.

  • Man on a Mission

    Cubs prospects no longer spend the entire summer in Peoria. On a recent visit, we discovered one Cubs minor leaguer who took an indirect route to pro baseball.

  • Tanney Passing Academy coming to El Paso-Gridley

    EL PASO, Ill. -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Alex Tanney and his dad, Don Tanney, are bringing the Tanney Passing Academy to El Paso-Gridley for a 2 day quarterback-receiver camp on June 25 and June 26.

  • Wizardly Powers

    Former Cardinal Ozzie Smith remains a fan favorite.

  • The Jordan Rules

    Cubs minor leaguer Jordan Hankins hopes to repeat his hot-hitting first half of the season.

  • Shaun Livingston predicts Spurs to win NBA Finals

    Livingston breaks down the Spurs-Heat series and talks about his summer of free agency.

  • Tanney Passing Academy is coming to El Paso June 25-26

    Do you want to become a better quarterback? Or receiver? Mark your calendar now and sign up for the Tanney Passing Academy that's coming to El Paso-Gridley High School on June 25 and 26. Legendary high school coach Don Tanney and his son, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, Alex Tanney will teach you the finer points of the passing game. For more information and to sign up--go to tanneypassingacademy.com

  • Catching Up

    Chiefs catcher Carson Kelly throws out would-be base stealers at an impressive rate.


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