Heavy smoke appears to be coming out of the upstairs area of the house at 2119 N. Gale.
3.5 Million Dollar Project Underway at Peoria High School.
Shows what can be reused in properties and vacant homes
Samaritan Ministries sends in large donation
Convention and Visitor's Bureau and Peoria Civic Center work together
Victim dies in hospital 5 days later
Motorcycle Accident Victim Lifeflighted to Peoria
Alleged affair between two Mclean County judges
Cat Financial Announces Second Quarter Results
Governor Signs Bill to Improve Charter Schools
I 74/ I 155 Update
Peorian Pleads NOT GUILTY in Robbery Case
Local Unemployment Drops But So Do Number of Jobs
Another piece of the Komatsu history has come down.
The new bridge over Knoxville Ave. ready for runners, walkers and bikers.
The American Red Cross is hoping for a hole in one with donations this year.
A 19th century building, home to Emack & Bolio’s, is considered the oldest commercial building in downtown Peoria.
Kids in the community got the chance to hit the court today for a tennis tournament.
The amount of international graduate students applying to Bradley University has nearly doubled.
A Pekin man faces drug charges after police stumbled across his massive garden of illegal plants.