The U.S. Cellular Coliseum lost money in its second quarter totaling more than $239,000 dollars.
PEORIA - Parents and teachers at Charter Oak Primary School are angry with how the school district is handling an investigation regarding their student’s test scores.
PEORIA - Two are arrested with 70 pounds of cannabis in plane.
Senator Dick Durbin (D) talks with other leaders about Amtrak expansion.
Giving a little holiday cheer...
Trains help cheer up patients, visitors.
OSF Healthcare System responds with statement.
We're checking in with a Peoria FedEx facility as employees there get busy with sorting and transporting Christmas gifts.
WASHINGTON - For those who lost everything in the storm, it can be hard to remember to replace the little things.
We're checking in with the Williams Family. The family of four lost everything in the Washington tornado.
PEORIA - One teacher wants to make sure all tornado victims have the chance to get financial assistance.
Unit Five's board meeting begins at 7 p.m. And the agenda includes a county wide sales tax.
NORMAL- Illinois State's mock trial competed in the Yale Invitational over the weekend, and defeated Ivy Leaguers Harvard and Princeton along the way.
In late October, a man told police he was walking home, when he was jumped by a group of teenagers near the corner of Mulberry and Main streets in Bloomington.
BLOOMINGTON - A different kind of license is making its way out of some Illinois DMV facilities.
Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for parts of central Illinois Wednesday night
A 22-year old Peoria man is found stabbed to death Wednesday afternoon. Two suspects are in custody.
PEORIA - Santa came early for more than 1,000 kids in the River City Tuesday.
PEORIA - Dream Center Peoria is getting a helping hand to reach local kids through music.
PEORIA - Drivers in downtown Peoria will have to wait a little longer for the city's decision on parking fee changes.
BLOOMINGTON - Mayor Tari Renner has made a point to clean up the downtown of partiers and now the city is looking at another potentially big step.
PEORIA - Peoria's District 150 is reporting itself to the Illinois State Board of Education.
The church is collecting non-perishable food items, toiletries, coats and other items for families in need.
If you’re feeling lucky, you may want to pick up a lottery ticket.
PEORIA - One group isn't forgetting those who sacrificed for our country this holiday season.
BLOOMINGTON - The WJBC Brotherhood Tree is making a final push for donations.
Many of the cars that come in are deemed “totaled.”
Up to $1,500 per home...
PEORIA - A Washington business owner is being recognized for his volunteer efforts after last month’s tornadoes.
Route could halt in June.
A Pekin man said he had no idea he was buying merchandise that was stolen from several Peoria homes.
The winter weather is putting a strain on the cleaning up in Washington.
Online Christmas shopping might be the most convenient way, but it could come with a catch.
Volunteers with Home Depot and Team Rubicon assist storm victims.
PEORIA - The Children's Home and Aid Stuff-A-Bus campaign has had another successful year.
WASHINGTON - Washington victims are getting a special treat, courtesy of NFL players with local roots.
BLOOMINGTON - Bloomington High School students are busy making holiday gifts for others...
BLOOMINGTON - Bloomington residents will soon have a new way to pay for their trash.
The Peoria Police Department released statistics that show the numbers through the month of November.
A concert is happening Saturday in Peoria, with all proceeds going toward the American Red Cross.
PEORIA - Dozens of wrecks are to blame from Sunday's snow showers.
PEORIA - Colder temperatures not only take a toll on the human body but also on our furry friends.
PEORIA - Former head coach of Da Bears, Mike Ditka will retire his jersey number at tonight's game.
COOPERSTOWN, NY - Tony La Russa, Joe Torre and Bobby Cox have been unanimously elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame
CHICAGO - Governor Pat Quinn today proclaimed December 9 as “Mike Ditka Day” in Illinois in recognition of the Chicago Bears' retirement of Ditka's jersey number 89 during halftime at tonight's Bears – Cowboys game in Chicago.
WASHINGTON - Four local NFL players will put on a Monday Night Football watch party at Five Points.
The fire happened around 4:30 Sunday morning.
WASHINGTON -FEMA is reaching out to tornado victims who may not be able to sign up for federal assistance on their own.
These areas are under a collision alert.
Hundreds served each week.
Bowling alley filled with supportive fans.
Store sees increase in sales and participants.
The Cumulus radio group is excited to announce “The Nightmare before Christmas has transformed into Radio 4 Relief, an all-day live music event benefitting the Red Cross and tornado victims.
EUREKA - Principal Richard Wherley had known the results of State Farm's Celebrate My Drive Contest for days.
Normal Resident Convicted In Operation Prairie Eagle
Bloomington Driver Pleads NOT GUILTY in DUI Case
Brighter November Job Report but 41 Percent of Increase in Govt. Jobs
State Offering Food Assistance to Tornado Victims
Tree of Lights UPDATE
New Poll: Voters Want to Change New Health Care Law
NORMAL - The Baby Fold is asking for the community’s help to make children’s wishes come true this holiday season.
"Our customers are gone."
It's in the Festival of Lights Building
BLOOMINGTON – Students at Central Catholic High School traveled around the world without even leaving the classroom.
MORTON - A local nursing home receives a boost of holiday spirit.
MORTON - IDOT says all ramps at the Morton Avenue I-74 interchange and lanes on Morton Avenue are reopened.
BLOOMINGTON - The YMCA is opening its doors this weekend.
The city has established a fund for tornado victims.
PEORIA - The students at Limestone Walters Elementary School are rebuilding hope for a local teacher who lost their home in the Washington Tornado.
MORTON – At Morton Junior High, Mrs. Heller's eighth grade science was given a special assignment for the holidays.
BLOOMINGTON - Senior Josi Banales has taken an active role in student activities on campus, since she started in 2010.
WASHINGTON - The annual lighting of the tree has taken place for many years in Washington’s downtown square, but this year, the ceremony held a special context.
NORMAL - It's a part of the game of baseball we don't often think about: traveling and housing.
Truck Driver Critically Hurt in Accident
Pekin Man Convicted of Child Beating
Peorian Indicted on Murder-Kidnapping in Pekin
Governor Signs Controversial Historic Pension Reform
Intermittent Lane Closures on Route 150
Update on Improving I 74 near Morton
Apartment Fire in Bloomington
Local Unemployment Increases
PEORIA - Christmas may be the last thing on the minds of those affected by last month’s tornadoes.
BLOOMINGTON - The Boys and Girls Club of Bloomington-Normal is offering families a chance to get into the holiday spirit.
PEORIA - With the holidays approaching the fire department is reminding you to be safe when decorating with lights.
PEORIA HEIGHTS - A man is charged today in connection with what undercover agents call a major indoor marijuana growing operation.
One-way streets change to two-way
Hundreds still have to pick up mail because mailboxes, houses are gone.
More than 40 homes have been deemed uninhabitable.
Nelson Mandela, the former South African President has died. The anti-aparthied leader and political prisoner spent 27 years behind bars and became South Africa's first black President.
Local Fast Food Employees Strike For Higher Wages
Authorities investigate the cause of a tank explosion near Edelstein, Illinois
BLOOMINGTON - More than two weeks have passed since a powerful tornado swept through Central Illinois. Since then, thousands of volunteers have reached out, to help families pick up the pieces.
BLOOMINGTON - Thousands of rock n' roll fans flocked to Bloomington Wednesday night to jam for a cause.
Bloomington Driver Indicted for Fatal Accident
Country Financial Paying Storm Claims
Midwest Central Hosts Money Raising for Storm Victims
Traffic Changes in Pekin
Dispatch released the frantic 911 calls from November 17th. Imagine being the person who had to answer them.
NORMAL - Give food, get a reward.
He comes to Peoria from a five year stretch as CEO at a museum in Colorado.