Best of 2022: News

My top ten favorite news photos of 2022. A snowstorm, an abortion protest, a fire-breathing dragon – good variety this year.

Here are my top ten favorite sports photos of 2022: and here’s a larger gallery of favorites on Matt Dayhoff: Favorite photos of 2022

Regev Nystrom of Peoria cheers for performers onstage during a drag talent show Saturday, July 16, 2022 at the RiverCity PrideFest on the Peoria riverfront.
A worker clears the snow from a parking lot and sidewalks at the former Nailon Plumbing Supply building, now Ardor Breads and Provisions, along Liberty Street in Peoria on Feb. 2, 2022.
A bronze dragon belches flames Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022 at the Grandview Drive castle in Peoria Heights. A pair of dragon sculptures perched at the end of the driveway are rigged with propane tanks that can be triggered from the castle.
Artist Jessica McGhee stands by her new mural “Vivarium” on the back patio of One World Cafe, 1245 W. Main Street in Peoria. McGhee painted over an old mural that was decaying and damaged by recent renovations to the popular restaurant. The new mural is also part of a renewed effort to reinvigorate and expand the art scene at One World.
Charlie Smith, a junior at Washington Community High School, dances his heart out during a dance party on Babcook Field to end the Mid-Illini Unified PE Field Day on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022 in Washington. About 200 special needs students and their aides from across the Mid-Illini Conference played games, ran a balloon relay race and danced on the field for the inaugural event.
Fans flee Peoria Stadium after a large fight and false reports of gunshots forced the evacuation of the venue and cancellation of the football game Friday, Aug. 26, 2022 between Peoria High and Metamora.
Charlotte Jennison, left, and Victoria Northrop of Washington sport “blood-spattered” clothing as they join about 350 other protesters in a pro-choice rally Saturday, June 25, 2022 around the Soldiers and Sailors Monument at the Peoria County Courthouse in downtown Peoria.
A spotlight shines down on Trivium bassist Paulo Gregoletto as he and lead singer and guitarist Matt Heafy perform with the thrash metal band Saturday, May 7, 2022 at the Peoria Civic Center.
Sarah Hanson, left, and Nichole Fincham drop some Jello shots as they bike down Main Street during the 2022 St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Thursday, March 17, 2022 through downtown Peoria.
Renzie Masters of South Pekin carefully navigates the ice Friday, Jan. 21, 2022 at the Mineral Springs Park Lagoon in Pekin.

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