Larry Hawley is a sports producer, web writer and columnist for WGN and CLTV.

A native of Rolling Meadows, Ill., Larry came to Chicago from Indianapolis in March of 2015. He is the producer for CLTV’s Sports Feed while also a frequent contributor to WGNTV.COM and CLTV.COM.

Larry worked for WXIN and WTTV in Indianapolis from 2007-2015. He covered a pair of Final Fours and Super Bowls in his time in the Circle City-including the Colts’ run to Super Bowl XLIV in 2010.

Before Indianapolis Larry worked for WLOS-TV in Asheville, NC as a sports reporter, anchor and photographer. Previous stops include WICD-TV in Champaign, Ill. and WVTV in Milwaukee, Wis.

Larry attended the University of Illinois where he graduated with a degree in media studies. During college he served as the beat reporter for Illinois Football and Men’s Basketball during the school’s run of three Big Ten titles in the sport.

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Recent Articles
  • Arthur Arkush discusses Bears OTA storylines on Sports Feed

    CHICAGO – Every team has their share of question marks at this time of year – some more than others. That’s the category the Bears would fall in. The three-win team from a season ago is starting over with a new quarterback while training their signal caller of the future whom they took with the No. 2 overall pick. On top of that, the Bears may be moving the position of one of their best players yet again. Arthur Arkush […]

  • #FeedonThis: An emotional Man Crush Monday

    CHICAGO – A lot of times this segment can bring the best out of Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman. After all, they are talking about some of the best that the sports world has to offer. That was the case in “Man Crush Monday” on Sports Feed this week, as the hosts of the show focused as much on their athlete’s stories off the field as well as on it. It even got Jarrett a bit emotional. That’s part of […]

  • Former Blackhawks All-Star defenseman Bill White dies at 77

    CHICAGO – This weekend the Chicago Blackhawks mourn the loss of one of their most successful defenseman in franchise history. On Monday the Blackhawks confirmed the death of Bill White at the age of 77, a former player who even had brief stint as the team’s head coach. White played for the team from 1969-1976 and helped them to a pair of appearances in the Stanley Cup Final. He appeared in six-straight All-Star Games from his first year in 1969 […]

  • Mitchell Trubisky dons a Bears uniform, shows off arm at NFL Rookie Premiere

    LOS ANGELES – This weekend Bears fans got a better picture of their future signal caller. No, literally a better picture. For the first time first round pick Mitchell Trubisky donned a Bears uniform as part of the NFLPA Rookie Premiere at the Los Angeles Coliseum. Forty members of the NFL’s rookie class of 2017 gathered at the home of the Rams for a photo shoot for their first NFL trading card to be distributed by Panini America. So hyped to […]

  • Kenneth Davis joins Sports Feed on Sunday night

    CHICAGO – He’s the co-host of “The D & Davis Show” and a frequent guest on Sports Feed who is always up for talking everything Chicago sports. That was the case again on Sunday as Kenneth Davis appeared on the show again with Josh Frydman. A day after his show aired on with Demonze Spruiel, they discussed the Cubs’ lineup change on Sunday, the White Sox rebuild along with the Bulls & the NBA playoffs lack of competition in the conference […]

  • From The Tower: Cubs and White Sox changes signal success on Sunday

    CHICAGO – It was his idea to do at the start of the season though lately Joe Maddon has been the only one really supporting it. But the Cubs’ manager finally decided to move Kyle Schwarber out of the leadoff spot on Sunday – and the move paid off. The Cubs slugged out 13 runs and 15 hits in a seven-run victory over the Brewers at Wrigley Field that featured four homers on a chilly but dry day at Wrigley […]

  • Andy Behrens talks Fantasy Baseball and Football on Sports Feed

    CHICAGO – A new guest on Sports Feed Thursday has a lot of things to talk about – especially when it comes to two fantasy seasons. Andy Behrens writes on Fantasy Baseball along with Football for Yahoo Sports and he had a lot of questions to answer on the show. The MLB season is in full swing at the moment while the NFL teams are bringing in their new players as OTAs begin across the country. Jarrett Payton and Josh […]

  • Sean Highkin discusses Jimmy Butler’s future with the Bulls on Sports Feed

    CHICAGO – Two things happened this week that could play a part in the Bulls’ ability or interest in keeping their best player around for the longterm. First the Boston Celtics, considered a potential suitor for Jimmy Butler’s services, got the No. 1 pick in the draft which could decrease their change of making a trade. Then on Thursday, Butler was named to the All-NBA 3rd Team, which could kick in some contract incentives down the road. How might this […]

  • White Sox swept in Anaheim for a second-straight season

    ANAHEIM – Whether competing for a championship or rebuilding, one thing links the past era of the White Sox with the one that started this year: Struggles against the Angels on the West Coast. For a second-straight season, the team was swept out of Angel Stadium of Anaheim after a 12-8 defeat on Wednesday night. This year, like last, the White Sox dropped each of their three games against the Angels in their home ballpark. The last win by the […]

  • Bulls forward Jimmy Butler named to the All-NBA third team

    CHICAGO – It wasn’t a season to remember for most of the Bulls, but Jimmy Butler was an exception. Over the course of the regular season and playoffs, the forward showed off his skills as the team’s primary player while proving that he belongs among the upper echelon of players in the NBA. Media from around the league have taken notice of that, proving so by naming Butler to the All-NBA third team on Thursday. He received 102 total votes from […]