PEORIA - Major developments on a historical landmark in the heart of downtown Peoria.
A development plan for a former Peoria bar is moving along.
Christopher Coleman Receives Declaration After Being Released in 2013
Showing the true art of collecting stuff.
Adam Bennett is accused of trying to break into a local congressman's home.
The deaths of two young children in Peoria County are being ruled homicides by the coroner's jury.
A campaign to remove the “R” word from conversational use
More than 600,000 kids live in poverty in Illinois and that number is on the rise.
It's usually the physicians thanking the donors at a blood drive, but the roles were reversed today.
Within the next two years, the fast food giant wants to phase out it antibiotic-raised chickens.
It’s been outlawed since 2011, but one legislator wants to bring it back for those who commit “the worst of the worst” types of crime.
The Can-a-thon kicks off this Sunday, and all donations stay local
The Village of Emden is under a boil order.
The Madison Theater and parking lot in Downtown Peoria is on its way to new life. The City of Peoria has chosen The Kim Group to enter negotiations in developing the properties. The City issued a request for proposal back in October of last year. Two offers came in and the city reviewed proposals and interviewed the groups. The Kim Group’s proposal includes a multi-story, mixed-use building that includes retail, office space, residential units and a parking deck. They’ve also reached an agreement to acquire the Madison Theater property, which it plans to renovate. Assistant City Manager Chris Setti says the City and The Kim Group will now start working together to figure out how big the project will be, as well as negotiating a potential redevelopment agreement. The Kim Group partnership includes The Farnsworth Group, Horan Construction and River City Construction.
The athletic facility at Morton High School is getting a nearly $5 million upgrade.
This is Bloomington's 28th year for the honor.
New Hy-Vee in Lakeview Plaza opening Tuesday.
He gave out his safety award at the local Occupational Safety and Health Day at the Civic Center.
The city is working closely together with state legislators to get that done.
The president and CEO of UnityPoint Health is retiring and a replacement has already been named.
The Woodford County Sheriff’s Department is investigating at a home burglary.
We share the story of an Easter Seals patient all grown up
Students raise money for Easter Seals
There's no better place to celebrate a 30th anniversary, than at Thirty-Thirty Coffee! That was the thought of Susan G. Komen officials who are marking the 30th anniversary of the Race for the Cure today.
You may never see one, but the invasive emerald ash borer (EAB) is terrorizing trees across Central Illinois.
BLOOMINGTON - The owner of a spot on Bloomington’s west side turned into “Tent City” is threatening to shut it down over bad publicity.
The cause of a house fire in Glasford remains under investigation.
Two men have been arrested in connection with a December shooting, but charges have yet to be filed.
Peoria Police Chief says he is constantly working to improve the relationship between the force and community.
One change will be to garbage pickup. The town is raising its fee $6 per month, from $12 to $18, beginning April 1. And in 2018, it'll go up another $2.
IHOP gives out free stacks of pancakes to celebrate.
Running Central to hold fundraiser for the kids helped by Easter Seals.
School make-up day for Peoria School District 150 planned for May 29, 2015.
Washington's City Administrator is leaving his post for another job in the state.
Getting older isn't something many people look forward to. A group of people in Marshall County are doing it gracefully, and having a lot of fun, too.
Stephanie Martin arrested on multiple counts of burglary.
One local professor calls Gov. Rauner's budget plan "unsual." WMBD's Marvis Herring explains why.
The Congressman's team says Aaron Schock made out a check to the U.S. Treasury Monday.
The Bloomington Fire Department is closer to determining the cause of a deadly fire.
The budget of $101.7 has residents paying slightly more for gas and garbage fees.
The district is investing in its students with physical disabilities, encouraging them to keep moving.
Some new technology has given a 52-year-old Bloomington man a fresh lease on life.
Freezing rain is possible overnight into Tuesday morning.
PEORIA - The World Famous Big Al's in Peoria is mourning the loss of its founder.
LIMESTONE TOWNSHIP - A Hanna city man is on life support at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center after a crash Sunday evening.
Helping the Heart of Illinois Down Syndrome Association
Hundreds Conquer Storey Lake
Hoping to increase minority donors
HANNA CITY - Ron Stear has been with the Logan-Trivoli Fire Protection District for 60 years.
ATF reclassified the M8-55 round as "armor piercing" in January.