Crews battle a fire at Malone and Western Wednesday night
Franklin Primary School students ask “When I grow up…”
Governor wants to double investment in MAP grants
Library hosts a party in honor of its birthday.
This is the 28th year for the riverfront's Fourth of July celebration.
No Charges in Fake Twitter Account Case
Lincoln Officer Kills Armed Man in Bar
Police still trying to piece together chain of events on night of death.
Investigation Complete into Inmate Death
Peoria Jury Finds Elmwood Woman NOT GUILTY
Peorian Sentenced in Murder Case
Intermittent Lane Closures
State-wide initiative looks fund education for youngsters.
Captain Michael O'Brien back in town to talk about his work.
An early morning water main break shut down a major street in Peoria.
GALESBURG - An entrance canopy collapsed at the Best Western Prairie Inn in Galesburg last night.
BLOOMINGTON - Students from Illinois State University's Mennonite College of Nursing are giving a healthy gift to the community.
BLOOMINGTON - The heat is on, and the flames are real, but there's no need to worry. The sight is all part of a simulation designed to improve firefighting efficiency.
BLOOMINGTON - A former Illinois State University President says he's innocent of charges filed against him by a former groundskeeper. Timothy Flanagan made his first appearance in court Wednesday morning.
PEORIA - Former Charter Oak Principal John Wetterauer is resigning from Peoria District 150.
PEORIA - It's been over a week since Peoria police raided a north University Street apartment searching for those responsible for a fake Twitter account impersonating Peoria Mayor Jim Ardis. Tuesday night the mayor addressed council members on the situation.
The Peoria City Council is giving District 150 the go-ahead to vote on expansion to Peoria High School’s athletic fields.
After questions about fund management by the Peoria County Public Defender's Office, the county and the 10th Judicial Circuit are working towards better transparency.
Tuesday night was the first show of solidarity for the former ISU senior. All players for both Normal and Normal West wore Collins' No. 19 with "#MCStrong" written across their chests.
Becomes one of six buildings to earn prestigious award.
"The clock is ticking, so I have to be as responsible and surgical about this as possible," said Tari Renner, mayor of Bloomington.
Peoria Coroner's Jury Rules Baby's Death a Homicide
Peorian Indicted for Car Burglary
Two Pekin Residents Sentenced in Peoria Federal Court
Volunteer Fireman Accused of Arson Appears in Court
IDOT Contract Worker Hurt (UPDATE)
Illinois Crop Report UPDATE
Road Work UPDATE
Taxpayers United of America
“Unsustainable pension costs are the number one issue facing Peoria."
Two agencies are joining forces in an effort to help survivors of the November tornadoes.
Police say the driver of a Ford Explorer was headed eastbound on Forrest Hill crossing through the intersection of Sterling, when the SUV kept accelerating and the driver couldn’t slow down.
OSF named most charitable organ donor hospital for Illinois in 2013.
Multiple social services agencies are creating awareness during Childhood Exposure to Violence Prevention Week.
In honor of Earth Day, students released hundreds of lady bugs.
PEORIA - WMBD 31 has won an Edward R. Murrow Award in the Breaking News category for the station's coverage of the November 17th tornado.
A morning accident involving a semi and a pedestrian sends an IDOT contract worker to the hospital.
BOSTON - One Peoria woman isn't letting last year's tragedy get in the way of fulfilling a life-long dream.
CREVE COEUR - For the second time, IEMA is denying funding to fix a Creve Coeur embankment damaged after the flood in 2013.
PEORIA - Caterpillar is taking a new approach to their marketing and who the message reaches, and so far, it's been a big success.
Peorian Sentenced on Second Degree Murder Charge
Bloomington Driver Charged with DUI Released from Jail
Volunteer Fireman in Knox County Faces New Charges
Gas Prices in Peoria Drop
Road Work UPDATE
Reviving the tradition
How she's shooting for the stars
The Hindu Temple of Bloomington-Normal will be open to the public in June.
Spring Break travel brings more riders.
Neighborhood House brings in nine area local chefs for cook off to fight hunger.
NORMAL - While work has finally begun in the hole near uptown circle, the town of normal is taking the final legal steps to ensure the Hyatt Hotel meets all of its codes.
BLOOMINGTON - For months, Bloomington’s city council has debated its newest budget. Tonight, the council hopes to get this done.
Three Special Olympics athletes have been chosen to represent the organization.
The Peoria County Coroner confirms 26-year-old Kevin Angus died from hanging.
WASHINGTON - Several contractors are working around the clock in Washington but there are others out there for your other home projects.
Numbers increase during summer time.
UTICA - The "then classified" F-3 tornado ripped through the town on April 20, 2004, killing eight people.
One of the biggest days for worship
More than one thousand dine
Emack and Bolios see more foot traffic with the nice weather
He wants to raise $100,000 for Easter Seals
Nathan Darko gets a little love
Adrian Jackson is charged.
Two men charged in case.
Family pet died in the blaze.
Chicken products recalled
Blending mind, body, and spirit
Children splash for eggs
Forrest Park Nature Center celebrates with music and more
A child was hit by a car Friday on Peoria’s near north side.
Church group performs reenactment of crucifixion.
Police Searching for Missing Pekin Resident
IDOT Suspends Non Emergency Road Work for Easter
Emergency Bridge Repair in McLean County
Running Central sees more business.
An El Paso man and hometown hero was laid to rest this afternoon.
Bridge, interstate improvements.
Public can weigh in before proposal goes to legislature.
A student at Heartland Community College has won a life changing award.
Catalogued and held at library.
MARSEILLES - Seven months feels like an eternity when you're out of your home. And after a flood ripped through Marseilles last April, many faced an uphill battle to rebuild.
It only took them a couple hours, and this was their secret to success.
They clarify whether or not charges can be made against creator of parody account.
Normal Resident Found NOT GUILTY by Reason of Insanity
Normal Woman Sentenced for Defrauding Businesses
Bloomington Driver Pleads NOT GUILTY to DUI Charges
Elm Street Closure in Peoria
Karissa is in the kitchen once again with Amy Marston from Apple's Bakery.
Karissa talks to Amy Marston from Apple's Bakery
Sophie talks to Dr. Channing Petrak from the Child Resource Center
Anchor Resident Convicted of Aggravated Battery
Local Murder Trial Delayed til July
We're finding out just how much this wicked winter cost the city of Peoria.
Pekin Teen Charged in Car Burglary
Local residents argue the proposed hog farm will affect the smell and drinking water.