Hold memorial at Hancock Stadium
Thousands of people headed to the Civic Center for the second day of the Clean Water Celebration.
The Heart of Illinois is full of great cities and one of them is encouraging more people to consider relocating there.
Gluten is harmless to many of us, but to a select group of the US population its effects can be devastating. Learn more about the Evils of Gluten.
Preventing crime starts at a young age. That’s why agencies statewide are trying to cut down on how often kids are exposed to violence.
Free rides for passengers all day
Lil Wayne will be heading to Crusens on Farmington Road tomorrow night, but for an artist that can draw thousands, many are concerned about the security.
The Tri-County Long Term Recovery organization is offering assistance to those who need it.
It's Infant Immunization Week and health officials are reminding parents to get their little ones vaccinated.
It's Crime Victims' Rights Week and advocates are encouraging residents to be more involved.
Police are trying to figure out what caused a crash between an SUV and a truck
DELAVAN - New details being released on a deadly crash in Tazewell County last week.
A busy day for college and high school teams
Chiefs Defeat Wisconsin 15-4
The Peoria Police Department and the Tri-County Planning Commission teamed up to help homeowners feel safer.
Thousands flocked to Expo Gardens for Peoria Jaycee's 23rd Annual International Beer Festival.
The Peoria Heights Police Benevolent Association hosted its 8th annual fundraiser dinner, which included a raffle and silent auction.
LGBT advocates break the silence at Night of Noise event.
PEORIA - County Administrator Lori Curtis Luther is leaving her post in Peoria for a job as City Manager in Beloit, Wisconsin.
PEORIA - Some good news for Peoria School District 150.
PEORIA - One Central Illinois woman has been so inspired by the Save-A-Child foundation she is holding a fundraiser.
Another person has thrown their hat into the ring for the 18th Congressional District seat.
NORMAL – It’s another sign that summer is coming; folks in the Twin Cities will have an opportunity to spend some time outdoors this weekend.
This year's show is themed "Hollywood,” but you'll still get to see your favorites including the high wire acts, gymnastics, and the German wheel.
NORMAL - Illinois State University community members will have another chance to remember assistant basketball coach Torrey Ward
UPDATE - Two stabbed at Logan Park Friday
The Fantastic D'Nordo stops by to bring a little magic to Living Well, and tell us all about his upcoming show featuring Peoria Magicians on April 25th.
Homeowners say it is a total loss.
A man, previously thought to be missing, has been contacted.
A Bradley student promotes Autism Awareness by sharing the link between Autism and nutrition.
Peoria County detectives are still looking for answers in the death of a Trivoli man this week.
Sean Walls sentenced to 50 years in prison without parole for the murder of Derrick Booth, Jr. last May.
It's a breakthrough that could help multiple sclerosis patients get better access to the treatment they need.
SPRINGFIELD - A special House Budget Oversight Panel is forming to look into proposed budget cuts by Governor Bruce Rauner.
TOULON – It’s the tale of two fires. One destroyed a town’s only grocery store. The other – the fire of the community – is bringing it back.
Bi-Partisan Bill Moves Through House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee
Legislation introduced to keep kids safe from concussions while playing sports.
A new federal report shows former Congressman Aaron Schock was spending big right until he left office. He still had more than $3 million in his campaign when he resigned.
Construction on University St. between Nebraska Ave. and Forrest Hill Ave. in Peoria begins Monday
Dunlap High School students are taking the pledge to stop texting while driving.
There's no place like home, in the East Bluff, after a major renovation project.
The Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice made a stop in Peoria today talking at their annual Pro Bono Recognition and Campaign Kick Off Luncheon.
Cities statewide are facing a 50 percent cut to the local government distributive fund, which is the city's share of state income taxes, but local municipalities are not going down without a fight.
A Peoria Police officer is in the hospital, along with two other people, after a crash on the south side.
This is the first year for the race. The Michael Collins Foundation hopes to have over 1,500 participants sign up!
23-year-old Alexander Odell was last seen Tuesday at 9 a.m. at his home in the 600 block of Market Street in Pekin.
PEORIA - Peoria Fire crews are investigating an early Thursday morning blaze at a vacant home.
Peoria Police arrest a second suspect in an armed robbery near Bradley University’s Campus.
PEORIA - A group of protesters is asking the government to raise the minimum wage.
PEKIN - It was a close call for three people in Pekin, who had to be rescued after police say someone set fire to their apartment building.