It started as a way to raise money to adopt a child from Rwanda. Now, Noonday is a booming jewelry business that's helping women in third world countries create a path out of poverty. Jessica Dobra, Noonday Ambassador, tells us about the collection.
Students from Flanagan-Cornell share their sounds of the season.
Richwoods High School shares their holiday tunes.
Olympia High Schoolers share their holiday tunes
Epiphany Catholic singers sing some of their favorite holiday tunes.
Cornell Grade School's chorus shares their sounds of the season.
Bloomington Central Catholic serenades us with their sounds of the season.
Singers from Illini Bluffs High School sing some holiday tunes live on Living Well.
Singers Fieldcrest High shared their sounds of the season live on Living Well.
This week Kristi DeJarld joined Marvis to share some ideas for fitness-related gifts to help you start your year off right.
A Very Electric Christmas will be showing this weekend in Peoria
Caterpillar is hosting a big NASCAR event in January
Comedian and singer Heywood Banks joins Marvis on Living Well.
Some grade schoolers from St. Jude Catholic share their sounds of the season!
You can take a more active approach to your health and it comes from oils. That's what Doterra oils does, Lisa Reed and Ethan Kibler stop by LW to show us.
The Family House provides low-cost temporary housing and plenty of other services for families of patients receiving medical and nursing care in Peoria.
Employees at Unity Point Health-Methodist I Proctor are moving past Black Friday, past Small Business Saturday, and even jumping over Cyber Monday. They're taking part in Giving Tuesday.
Scientist (and hilarious performer) Josh Denhart stopped by Studio 31 Monday afternoon to show off some of his neat chemistry experiments.
A Central Illinois author is debuting his new book.
A local program serving Peoria Public School students is making sure all kindergarten through fourth graders have access to a good book