City leaders have a lot to digest after residents voiced numerous concerns regarding the city’s project to build the River Trail Apartments.
Bradley University officially dedicates its sports communication school to a big name in broadcasting and Bradley alumnus.
Friendship House is in an urgent need of food donations for its pantry.
Pi Kappa Alpha, or Pikes, has had its operating license taken away by the university for the next three years.
ISU likes to run these types of emergency scenarios at least twice a year.
BLOOMINGTON - A day care is at the center of a lawsuit, alleging negligence in an incident that took place three and half years ago. The family filed the suit Tuesday in McLean County Court.
You can soon see how the City of Peoria’s departments, like administration and police are using your money.
Gov. Rauner announced the dates for the special election to fill the vacancy in the 18th Congressional District.
Akeem Jones pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of aggravated battery of a child causing bodily harm for hurting his girlfriend's 18 month old boy.
The library's new wheels will hit the road by April 13th.
Easter egg hunts aren't just for kids. Your dog can join in the fun, too.
Three children died violently in Peoria and on Tuesday they got a helping hand in the search for justice.
An early morning shooting leaves one person with a gunshot wound to the chest.
BLOOMINGTON – State Senator Dan Brady announces he will not run in the upcoming special election for outgoing Congressman Aaron Schock’s 18th District Seat.
Police say the suspect was hiding in a dumpster just before stealing the car.
A whole dose of cuteness is wandering through the halls of OSF St. Francis Medical Center. But there's more to these dogs than being adorable.
PEORIA - Underage drinkers could have a way out of trouble with the police.
Pi Kappa Alpha suspended from campus for three years for not registering a barn party in October.
Work on the Market Street bridge began Monday.
The music program was on its last legs, but over the past two years, the Thackers have been able to fix nearly 50 instruments for them.
The district spans five counties, and it's lost half of its expected state aid since 2009, and cut its workforce by a third, since 2007. Nevertheless, the school board is staring down a $1.3 million deficit.
We’re learning more about the victim of a deadly crash in rural McLean County.
Bradley University is warning current and former employees their personal information may be compromised.
RLI is investing $15 million into its new headquarters campus in Peoria.
All eyes are on Indiana after the state passes a controversial religious freedom law, but many states have the same law, including Illinois.
The power of social media proves more and more helpful for police
Impress your friends and family members with this dish.
Dream Center Peoria is taking a new approach to funding its problems.
A pizza delivery driver is robbed at gunpoint while on the job.
The U.S. dollar value has increased internationally making it a popular time for travelers to book trips to Europe.
The new program is helping students in need with free internet access at home.
ISU has received about a $1.7 million budget cut from the state.
Jerry Johnson got 30 years for the Marathon robberies last year, but may only serve half that time.
Illinois Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth announced Monday she'll run for Senate in 2016.
LaHood made it official that he is running for Congressman Aaron Schock's Seat
PEORIA - The Governor discussed cuts to education funding with WMBD-TV.
NORMAL - This is the second year for "Trains in the Heartland".
BLOOMINGTON - Home Sweet Home Ministries hopes to raise $10,000 at Sunday's races.
A man is dead after a two-car crash in Ellsworth Saturday evening.
PEORIA - Lahood announced his candidacy for the 18th District seat a day after Schock decided stepped down due to allegations about suspicious spending.
PEORIA - This was the event's first year.
PEKIN - This is the second year for the event.
WEST PEORIA - The Peoria Park District has been putting on the flashlight hunt for nearly a decade.
60 years of helping Central Illinois
and raises money for a good cause
Governor Rauner approved bills to start mending Illinois’ budget crisis, but those bills mean spending cuts immediately hurting already struggling school districts in the area.
The state has indefinitely suspended grants to parks, but Peoria Park District is considering itself lucky.
Bake Sale Raising Money for Breast Cancer Research
Totals Announced By Unity Point Health Proctor
Pablo Eves, a long time assistant state's attorney, was sworn in as an associate judge, in front of family and friends Friday afternoon.