Three Bloomington Murder Suspects Seek New Judge
Storms early Friday made setup difficult, but the fun must go on!
Bloomington Police Seeks Battery Suspect
DUI Bill Signed Friday
Illinois Supreme Court Declines to Hear Term Limits Issue
Lane Closure and Street Closure
Flight to Chicago Makes Emergency Landing in Peoria
PEORIA – Bradley University is preparing for its big move in day coming up Saturday, and police say it's important to note some major traffic changes.
Washington officials speak on WGN Radio
Friday morning's storms knocked out power for more than 1,200 Ameren customers
While thousands of people continue taking the viral “ice bucket challenge,” two Central Illinois women are taking action locally to raise awareness.
The annual event will feature over 200 craft beers for tasting.
Most teams are practicing throughout the strike, but what happens when game day rolls around?
BLOOMINGTON - The Bloomington Police Department is investigating the battery of a female in the 1200 Block of S. Lee which occurred on 8/20/14 around 10:50 PM.
Over 50,000 ears of corn are expected to be devoured this weekend.
HOUSTON - Former Canton native and NASA astronaut Steven R. Nagel, who served as a mission specialist on his first space shuttle flight, pilot on his second and commanded his final two, died Aug. 21 after a long illness.
Both sides want to end the strike as quickly as possible.
SPRINGFIELD - The Illinois Supreme Court has refused to get involved in the term limits debate. The court announced Friday afternoon that it would not take up an appeal of a lower court's ruling to prohibit a vote on term limits from appearing on the November ballot.
But as the village deals with those limitations, the school district of 1,100 students could soon be losing its police presence.
PEORIA - The City of Peoria has been installing flashing yellow arrow left-turn signals at various locations as part of the city’s signal system upgrades.
PEORIA - Twelve point five million dollars, that's the deficit facing Peoria District 150 in the proposed 2014-2015 school budget released today.
PEORIA - Amtrak wants to make traveling to Chicago easier for Peoria residents, but first, the city needs the help of local residents.
Arson is believed to be the cause of Wednesday's storage facility fire
Law to Protect Survivors of Domestic Violence Signed
Moms are turning to the internet to share pretty much everything these days; From clothing swaps, to family friendly recipes, to play groups. But a group of Central Illinois women is sharing something that many consider more precious than gold.
Daniel Wilson Death Ruled Suicide
Peorian Pleads NOT GUILTY to Five Count Indictment
Peorian Pleads NOT GUILTY to Indictment
Congressman Davis Receives NFIB Endorsement
Term Limits Supporters Seek Illinois Supreme Court Action
Obama Approval Rating on Economy; Foreign Affairs Drops
IDOT Takes Major Steps to Improve Accountability
City Council is making repairs at the site of last year’s landslide.
It’s been more than a week since picketing started in Galesburg, and it may be at least another week before it’s all resolved.
The Budweiser Clydesdales are pulling for the town with several events this weekend.
ILLINOIS - Local unemployment in Peoria moves higher from June to July, but fell in most every metro area in the Land of Lincoln on a year to year basis.
Sales are down, but prices are up, both state-wide and locally
Part of a downtown Pekin building was reduced to rubble Wednesday afternoon.
NORMAL - Central Illinoisans, who love the great outdoors, now will have another indoor option for some of their favorite activities.
Peoria city leaders are seeking citizen feedback about the route. It would go back and forth between Peoria and Normal, before high speed rails are completed.
Safely get rid of old electronics and other items on Saturday
On Wednesday, police released surveillance images of that armed robbery. Police say the two robbers, believed to be male, came into Risque's just after 8 p.m. Sunday.
But the clapping isn't all those cheerleaders, or "100 Caring Adults," are bringing to the table. They are helping carry out the Promise Council's greater goal..
The back portion of a building collapses, and nearby businesses close for the day
A popular charity event is releasing its totals for breast cancer awareness.
The violence and the killing is going to stop. That's the message from Peoria’s fourth anti-violence initiative "Don't Shoot” Call-In.
Peoria Federal Grand Jury Indicts Two Brothers
City of Peoria Searching For Traffic Solution
Rauner Announces Eight Debates and Forums
EAST PEORIA - A homeless man appeared in court Monday after allegedly kidnapping a 10 year old boy.
PEKIN- A Tazewell County jury Friday afternoon found a Peoria man guilty of all charges in connection with an East Peoria homicide last year.
A Glasford man was sentenced Tuesday to prison on a drug charge.
Peorian convicted of theft in Bartonville
A Bloomington man was indicted Wednesday on a new charge relating to a June robbery.
A Galesburg man is sentenced to prison on participating in a meth manufacturing operation.
A Pekin man was sentenced to prison Tuesday for a flare gun incident in Peoria.
A Peoria man, indicted after a suspicious fire in his apartment building pleaded NOT GUILTY Thursday to charges.
A woman from Normal was formally charged Thursday with filing a false police report following a reported stabbing.
A hearing was held Tuesday into the 20 year old murder case against a Bloomington man accused of murdering his father in 1991.
A drug suspect in McLean County get his bond reduced by a judge.
A Peoria man was arrested last night following a reported arson fire in his apartment building.
A Champaign man pleaded NOT GUILTY in McLean County to child abduction charge.
Peoria murder suspect pleads NOT GUILTY Friday for the city's 13th homicide of the year.
Peoria Congressman Aaron Schock introduces a bill dealing with rural health clinics.