Winners compete at State in June
Honoring the late-great comedian
A group of central Illinois middle schoolers will compete this month in an international competition that's all about innovation and creativity.
Schools get unexpected third payment for the year from the state.
Peoria's Energy 102.3 on the air for 102 hours straight.
Raising awareness, one step at a time
Hopes to raise 600,000
BLOOMINGTON - For families looking for something fun to do in McLean County this summer, the city of Bloomington is ready to send you on a special mission.
The Department of Transportation will close westbound Interstate 74 at mile marker 93, right by downtown Peoria.
Around 150 central Illinois Caterpillar workers are losing their jobs.
Grab lunch or dinner to benefit the Race for the Cure
With a $10 million budget deficit for the city, the department is turning to the public for help.
Local nurseries share ideas on what to plant -- and when
And they’re excited to show visitors some new exhibits
PONTIAC - A police officer taken too soon continues to live on.
NORMAL - An anonymous, racially-charged tweet sparks outrage on the campus of Illinois State University. With the blessing of the university president, the community rallied for change.
A section of Interstate 74 in Peoria will shut down Sunday morning.
Friends and family of a Pontiac Police officer who was killed in a tragic crash gathered to make sure his name lives on forever.
The high school superintendent sent out a letter to parents explaining what they found.
Police are seeking a suspect in what they're calling a prank call case.
Vote expected in the State Senate soon.
A flooring company with a store in East Peoria is preparing to fight criminal charges.
University of Illinois veterinary students practice of animals at Wildlife Prairie Park.
One local company designs apps for the new device
Local Emergency Managers Showcase Their Tools
The shots were fired near Starr & Livingston on Peoria's south side.
NORMAL - With all of the violence and chaos currently taking place in Baltimore, McLean County police spent the morning in a much more subdued way with local folks.
BLOOMINGTON - The Illinois Department of Transportation is looking for your help to determine its next road projects.
BLOOMINGTON - Some Bloomington officials say a golf course that's not performing up to par should be on the chopping block.
BLOOMINGTON - A woman from Bloomington, who is serving time in prison for a deadly DUI crash is asking for house arrest.
Come out and enjoy an all you can eat spaghetti dinner while helping our friends at the Association for Developmentally Disabled in Woodford County.
A woman died of a heart attack in her rural East Peoria home, but her injuries are suspicious.
This is the second Hopedale clerk in a row to faces these accusations.
A Bloomington woman sentenced to spend twelve years behind bars just one year ago is now asking for clemency from the state of Illinois.
Dr. John Erwin retires as ICC President, effective Friday. Erwin served as president since January 1, 2001, when he replaced Dr. Thomas K. Thomas.
Now, people in McLean County are learning why police do what they do.
On a recent list of the top 12 cities to live
We speak to members of the Peoria Community Against Violence
Former governor, Dan Walker, dies at the age of 92.
The victim chipped a tooth and had injuries to her hand and face.
An award winning athlete shares the story of her journey to the top--after facing a life changing obstacle. How she's reaching out to encourage others to do the same.
The White Sox played the Orioles in Baltimore to an empty stadium
Jeffrey Steele, Junior got a 3 1/2 year prison sentence.
Michael Frerichs hired a firm to perform an audit on his office to find savings and deliver services more effectively.
Low cost of living and small pool of competition makes the River City one of the best places to start up a business.
The city of Peoria will soon begin taking applications for its roof repair program.
ISP and IDOT are trying to keep more teens safe on the road.
Dr. Stan Liberty will temporarily replace Joanne Glasser when she retires.
Some brave students spent the morning chopping off their hair in front of all their teachers and peers.
Students are getting the chance to get street smart this week, part of the Peoria Drive for Tomorrow program.