More than 4.7 million Graco and Century Brand strollers are being recalled.
A group of four minivans has been recently tested by the insurance institute for highway safety front crashes.
A high-ranking Takata executive is expected to face tough questions today at a U.S. Senate hearing on auto safety.
Drivers asked to avoid the area near Lake and University due to a water main break. It was called in before midnight.
You may remember a story we brought you about the Richard L. Owens Hospice Home. There, patients can pick pieces of art for their room that speak to them and help take the focus off of their terminal condition. Each painting has a story to tell and so does the person behind them.
The winter chill is creeping into Central Illinois, and some people who don't have their own place to stay are breaking the law to stay warm.
National Weather Service names Tazewell County as "StormReady County."
Peoria Heights Police Conclude Probe into Fatal Accident
Bloomington Brothers Indicted for Shooting
West Virginia Driver Sentenced in Knox County, Il.
Boil Advisory for Parts of East Peoria
Peoria Mayor and Cat CEO on Rauner Policy Committee
Illinois Senate Committtee Okays Minimum Wage Bill
Poll: Many Latinos Disapprove of Obama's Planned Immigration Changes
The company delivered a $10,000 check.
Charity hopes to raise more than $1 million.
Kroger saves one customer from losing thousands of dollars.
The city was awarded a Safe Routes to School Grant for $160,000.
The program helps students, staff, and visitors for free of charge.
The wreck slowed down traffic for a bit during the lunch hour.
The March of Dimes is recognizing Illinois hospitals for their efforts to reduce early elective deliveries.
MORTON - The Illinois Department of Transportation is encouraging drivers to be ready for winter.
Why manufacturers are worried about our cocoa supply
Mike Frerichs is the new Illinois Treasurer.
Village Green Apartments Becomes Greenwood Estates
One person was killed after a fire broke out in an apartment in Bloomington Wednesday.
Chicago - The 20th President is named for the University of Illinois.
Stacy Fisher needs help paying for her son's funeral. Dillon Fisher died last week after getting hit by a truck.
State lawmakers are some of the highest paid in the country, and in the midst of a fiscal crisis, critics say legislators should look at their own salaries.
We've gotten some incredible CI Hero nominations. But this one stopped us in our tracks. In early September, I was checking through emails and saw one nominating a teacher from Morton as a CI Hero. The story touched all of us in the newsroom. The nomination was sent just hours before Joal Stanfield passed away suddenly from a medical condition in August. But his story, his impact, his legacy is living on, strong.
City leaders continue hashing out the details of next year's annual budget.
PEORIA - The demolition is part of the hospital's campus enhancement project.
BLOOMINGTON - The City of Bloomington is rolling ahead with its bike master plan.
NORMAL - It's a project that forever changed the look, and much more, in Normal.
BLOOMINGTON - McLean County is quickly filling an important position.
Tri-County Regional Planning Commission asks for feedback.
Galesburg Man Dead in Double Fatal
McLean Co. Board Says No to Oil or Gas Drilling
Experts and shoppers weigh in on growing trend.
Thanksgiving will be here before you know it and that means it’s time to start thinking about the turkey.
PEORIA - On Tuesday, work crews shut down the intersection of Forrest Hill Road and Bigelow Street.
If you're looking to get rid of an old cell phone, consider donating it to help victims of domestic violence.
That’s the question for Illinois lawmakers as they go back to work tomorrow for the first time since the election.
With cooler temperatures coming in, warming centers are starting to see an increase in traffic.
To make room for the new Route 66 Visitor's Center, the museum is moving the Tilbury Flash.
Peorian Convicted a Second Time for Wife's Murder
Peorian Named in 7 Count Indictment for Shooting
Peorian Indicted on Weapons Charge
Peoria city leaders are encouraging residents to shop local this holiday season with a new social media campaign.
State’s attorney could still pursue criminal charges.