When a Fulton County man moved back from traveling around the world to his small home town, he bought two really old, run-down buildings to live-in and fix up. People asked if he was having a mid-life crisis. His answer...it's a mid-life opportunity.
One of the men accused of trying to break into former Congressman Aaron Schock's home has pleaded guilty.
Construction crews continue to make headway with what will soon be East Peoria's new city hall.
A Washington woman claims she woke up to a half-naked man on top of her last August.
The Fulton County Coroner releases more details of the death investigation of Josh Fuller.
The state's medical marijuana pilot program is getting up to speed.
Court is back in session in one of the rooms, but repairs haven't begun in the other two.
Hope to increase representation in the state
It takes $3.5 million out of reserves to cover deficits accumulated over the last two years
NORMAL - The new standardized testing procedures in Illinois are getting met with mixed reviews.
The medical center stresses the importance of carrying babies full-term.
A world record may soon be crowned in Peoria.
Construction crews plan to have the building finished by December.
Nearly a week into his journey, Dean Troutman is making his way to Havana.
Representative Cheri Bustos visits the Bob Michel VA Outpatient Clinic unannounced.
Vigil to be held for Doris King, who died when Jeffrey Steele, Jr. crashed into her car. Steele has since pleaded guilty to DUI.
More than seven-thousand miles separate Nepal from central Illinois, but many are wondering how they can help.
Musicians will travel down under in June and will feature a new piece by Normal native, Robert Sheldon.
U.S.Representative Cheri Bustos (D-17) stopped through central Illinois Monday
Local Business are taking action to beef up the central Illinois economy.
A men's march against sexual assault is taking place in Miami tomorrow night.
Ford is recalling about 400K vehicles because the doors don't latch properly and could fly open while the car is moving.
Teaching Conservation and Recycling
Hoping to end hunger around the world
Spreading awareness and promoting motorcycle safety
Raising money for those who served
More than one-thousand tires collected
Collects thousands of pounds of waste and litter
All you can eat affair
The "For Sale" sign is coming down and the "Open for Business" sign is going up.
The board is scheduled to meet on Tuesday when it's expected to recommend approval of a separation agreement with Lori Curtis Luther.
Illinois A.B.A.T.E. raising motorcycle awareness across the state.
Allergy season is in full swing, and more adults may be seeing symptoms
Fight to the Finish benefits Children’s Hospital of IL
DUNLAP - It's officially prom season again.
BLOOMINGTON - A man in Bloomington is behind bars after police make a major drug bust.
The 25th annual A.B.A.T.E. Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Rally is this weekend. Find out how you can grab your bike and join the parade.
PEORIA - Community members can help pick up in their neighborhoods this weekend.
A new white oak tree was planted near the Parks and Rec Department on Phoenix Avenue.
It’s Peoria Academy’s annual Global Leadership Summit called ‘STEAM Ahead.’
The airport saw the largest number of passengers ever pass through its gates in the month of March.
Joan Brehm, a sociology professor at ISU, is getting the unique opportunity to help improve our water sources.
Billboards are starting to pop up around town urging the public to come forward with information.
The group suing the manufacturer claims one of its suburban Chicago plants does not hire enough African-Americans and does not treat them well.
Peoria Police tell us Steven Thompson, who was previously reported missing, has been located.
WMBD is searching for solutions and looking at how communities in central Illinois are working toward that goal.
PEORIA - Peoria Fire says a Friday morning garage fire is suspicious and a resident who lives at the home says it had to be intentionally set.
Hosted by the Easter Seals Ladies Auxiliary.
Everyone made it out of the building safe.
Tazewell County is sending the bill for its special election to former Congressman Aaron Schock.