METAMORA – Multiple fire crews battle a morning house fire near North Washington Street and West Michigan Avenue Monday.
One state government group added a few new members today.
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Pekin group hopes tournament will bring in $5,000.
Fourteen-year-old Donnie Schroeder of Benson, the only survivor of a deadly crash , is now in fair condition.
Peoria police need your help tonight finding a man they say is considered armed and dangerous.
With poverty in Peoria up, many kids attend Backpack Peoria.
This story will leave you hungry.
Raises awareness and funds at 8th Annual Kids Day.
The 11th Annual walk is one of their biggest yet.
Senators Mark Kirk and Dick Durbin host 29th annual breakfast
A lunch fundraiser for Special Olympics Illinois drew in a huge crowd of people.
Illinois State University's Board of trustees has a new face at the helm.
Christian groups, including Audio Adrenaline, played for kids and teens who took part in this year's Mission Peoria
oney raised at "Run for Michael 5K" will go towards colon cancer research.
Hundreds fill Saint Paul Lutheran Church
Bloomington Teen Murder Suspects Plead NOT GUILTY
Suspect in Normal Pizza Holdup Pleads NOT GUILTY
McLean Co. Drug Suspect Pleads NOT GUILTY
Missing Person Located (UPDATE)
Damaging winds and large hail all possible with thunderstorms, Saturday.
BLOOMINGTON - Even after adding new taxes, the City of Bloomington is still looking for ways to save money moving forward.
The 74-foot long traveling digital bookmobile parked near the Constitution Trail.
NORMAL - Twin Cities leaders hope to hear good news soon about the Mahomet Aquifer.
Nathan Huskins exports cars to other countries out of his basement office in Washington.
New movie suggests humans only use ten percent of their brain, but doctors said that is not the case.
BLOOMINGTON - We now know the potential consequences of an alleged affair between two McLean County judges.
PEORIA – An education plan that’s already implemented in parts of Peoria is now being pushed across the country.
Road Construction Update in Peoria
Road Closure in Pekin; Lane Closure in Normal
Red Cross Executive Officer Retiring
Normal Names Citizens of the Year
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.