Organizers are putting on the 13th annual Peoria Bach Festival.
The state wants to make it easier for families to adopt children from other countries.
Park district workers are targeting a pest that is taking aim at local trees
River Valley Drifters Building a Tear-Drop Camper
CONGERVILLE - More than 300 rescue workers combed over 330 acres of terrain in the last 48 hours.
OSF HealthCare and UnityPoint Clinic are both rolling out constant access to medical care, through the internet.
A medical marijuana dispensary will soon open in Peoria and officials with the company said they're advocating for more education about the drug.
The second batch to test positive is in Macon County.
After 35 years of service, the director of the Peoria County Animal Protection Services (PCAPS) announced she's retiring.
The list of uses for medical marijuana may continue to grow.
Search and rescue teams are continuing efforts to find a missing kayaker.
The governor begins to make cuts in anticipation of the Democrat's budget passing. Read his statement here.
But it’s not the outcome domestic violence victims’ advocates were hoping for.
With summer fastly approaching--wouldn't it nice to plan a camping trip? The only problem--you could use a new camper. We'll show you how you can win one--and help local vets, too.
A drug bust in Woodford County lands one man in jail.
A weather balloon from the National Weather Service drifted all the way from Massachusetts to central Illinois.
CONGERVILLE - For the second night, a man remains missing after a kayaking trip along the Mackinaw
A group of people from Central Illinois is about to make history, and it's making them CI Heroes.
44 year old Joseph Thornton Behind Bars
He is facing criminal sex abuse charges with a victim between 13 and 17 years old.
BLOOMINGTON - Authorities are continuing to search for a man in Bloomington who has not been seen in a week and a half.
NORMAL - The Town of Normal amends its budget to better prepare for emergencies.
FORREST - School districts across the state are facing financial crises, forcing many to make tough decisions.
It wins the Merit Award for efforts in Housing and Community Development
WMBD talks to Republican Representative Mike Unes and Democratic Senator Dave Koehler.
The Heart of Illinois Big Brothers Big Sisters hold golfing tournament.
Are you looking to take your business to the next level? Bradley University's Leadership Summit promises to offer you the tools you'll need to get there. We'll tell you which distinguished Bradley alums will be there.
Peoria's Louisville Slugger Sports Complex is experiencing a bit of a rain delay.
PEORIA - Firefighters respond to a Peoria auto care shop fire early Monday morning.
There are unanswered questions and limited information as the search continues for a man who went missing in central Illinois.
Hoping for donations and public engagement
Weekend chocked full of sportsmanship
Causes 80 thousand dollars in damage
Illinois lawmakers are now the first to pass new comprehensive police reforms recommended by the White House.
1.6% increase over 2014
The Bloomington Police department is asking for your help in finding a missing person. Thirty-year-old Antonio Conely was last seen Tuesday morning.
Keeping the peace in our community. The second annual event starts at noon Sunday and goes until 4 P.M. at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Park in Peoria.
A Streator high school teacher is behind bars tonight, accused of having sex with a teenager.
Enjoying summer festival food in Washington.
New financial statements show former Congressman Aaron Schock paid the government back tens of thousands of dollars for mileage, his office redecoration, and flights, before he left office.
Our Own Paul Cicchini gives us a great preview of one of our region's first summer festivals--Good Neighbor Days.
Cardiac rehab literally saves lives. Here's how it works.
You'll never believe how Chef Mark prepares salmon on the grill. It's simply delicious.
The EPA grants Peoria $400,000 to clean up brownfields.
But what do local law enforcement officers think about that?
Peoria and Illinois State Police officers raised money for the Special Olympics
Several members of the Peoria Chiefs spent the day at the children’s hospital.
New solar lights improve rider safety
May 29th focuses on 529 Saving Plan
Local and state law enforcement officials are standing on top of the world today… well, on top of some local coffee shops. But it means the world to the Special Olympics athletes here in Illinois.