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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GREEN BAY – As the Packers work their work back towards the top of the NFC North, and try to knock the Bears off the top of the division, they’ll do so next season without two of their veteran players. On Tuesday, linebacker Clay Matthews confirmed that he’s joining the Los Angeles Rams. Mathews is said to have signed a new two-year contract, which reportedly is worth up to $16.5 million dollars, according to Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network. […]
CHICAGO – We’re just nine days away from the start of the Cubs and White Sox season, and like usual, we’re previewing the American and National Leagues on Sports Feed. Unlike past years, however, we were a little tight on time thanks to show schedules. So instead of breaking it down over a couple of days, Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman did so in one. The guys took one segment to talk about the American League and another for the […]
CHICAGO – They just won’t go away, and they probably won’t till the end of the season. The Blackhawks picked up another point in their chase for the final Wild Card spot in the Western Conference despite losing to the Canucks at home. They’re four points behind the Coyotes with ten games to play, hoping to avoid missing out on the playoffs for a second-straight season. Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago will follow them the rest of the way […]
PHOENIX — Over the past four seasons, fans have seen the many exploits of Kris Bryant at the plate and at third base for the Cubs. His basketball skills, however, are a bit of a mystery. On Monday, with the Cubs enjoying a day off from spring training, he gave fans a glimpse of his ability, or at least his persistence, during a dunking session. The drama of Kris Bryant via his Instagram story trying to dunk in Phoenix before […]
PHOENIX – About a month-and-a-half ago, many expected the center to be playing a role on a contending team. That’s because the Bulls were expected to either trade Robin Lopez or release him around mid-February’s trade deadline. Instead the veteran is in Chicago, and lately has been playing some of his best basketball since joining the team in 2016. Monday night was another one of those examples as the Bulls faced the short-handed Suns in Phoenix. That’s when Lopez hit […]
LAKE FOREST – To say there has been a revolving door in a figurative “kicker” room at Halas Hall would be both correct and incorrect. Yes, since Robbie Gould was released before the 2016 season, there have a number of kickers who’ve cycled through to fill the role. From Connor Barth to Cody Parkey, the inconsistency has been a stain on Ryan Pace’s resume. But the other guy handling the kicks for the Bears has been rather consistent in the […]
CHICAGO – He’s not been on the Blackhawks for a couple of months now, but that hasn’t erased a decade of memories he made with the team. A lot of that came flooding back this Sunday when Joel Quenneville gave his first interview since being fired by the Blackhawks in November. When asked about their former coach at morning skate on Monday, Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane reflected fondly on “Coach Q.” That was one of the topics of discussion […]
CHICAGO – The debate may continue about the teams that made it or didn’t, or where each squad ended up or who’ll they’ll be facing. But in just a few days, it won’t matter. They’ll start with 68 teams on Tuesday, then go forward with 64 on Thursday as the NCAA Tournament gets going across the country. Michael Beller of Sports Illustrated will be covering the first and second rounds in Columbus this weekend, but before that, he stopped by […]
GLENDALE, Ariz. – Over the past half-decade, the White Sox franchise has been one in transition. From competing immediately to rebuilding, there has been plenty of change for the team, from philosophy to players. This has been reflected in their opening day starters, who’ve changed every season since 2015. That’s a trend that continued on Monday. Your #CWSOpeningDay starting pitcher — @Carlos_Rodon55! https://t.co/FWnDK6dTPb pic.twitter.com/K8G5SdvJlr — Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) March 18, 2019 Manager Rick Renteria named Carlos Rodon as his […]
SACRAMENTO – The last time these two teams met, the Bulls appeared on the brink of a mutiny. That’s back on December 10th, not long after Jim Boylen took over the team from Fred Hoiberg. Following a franchise-worst 56 point loss, the new coach called practice after back-to-back games. So upset, some players threatened to boycott the workout until cooler heads prevailed. The Kings crushed the bumbling Bulls 108-89, which was apart of a rough transition for Boylen to the […]