A national earthquake drill has local students remember to drop, cover and hold on.
OSF St. Francis Medical Center says it is doing its part to prepare for the infectious disease.
Ground breaks on the new Louisville Slugger Sports Complex.
Three People Dead in McDonough County Accident
McLean County Quells Ebola Rumors
Growth at Peoria International Airport
Road Closures in Bartonville Saturday, October 18th
Forrest Hill Reconstruction Project UPDATE
NORMAL - There's a new spot in the Twin Cities for residents to take control of their kidneys.
BLOOMINGTON - Irving Elementary students were served up a special treat at lunch Thursday
BLOOMINGTON - It's been more than ten months since Illinois changed its law for using handheld devices while driving, but even the threat of higher fines hasn’t been a total hindrance.
Pekin Man a No Show on Burglary Conviction
PEORIA - The economy is doing great in the Peoria area. That's the word from Wednesday’s economic outlook event.
ABC/WaPo Poll: Majority View Dems Unfavorably
A local business could soon win a $150,000 grant, but they need your help.
Five have already been taken down in the last two months. More are to come.
Students take in his advice.
Meeting on Allen and Alta intersection to be held.
OSF St. Francis Medical Center’s College of Nursing uses Ebola to teach its students the importance of infectious disease protocol.
BLOOMINGTON - The Twin Cities housing market saw a bit of an uptick in September.
BLOOMINGTON - A Bloomington student is a semi-finalist for a prestigious national scholarship program.
When Justine Robinson left for St. Louis in June, the city lost one of its visionaries.
BLOOMINGTON - A police investigation into a Twin Cities shooting has been slow to develop.
Bloomington residents may have to find a new route for their daily commute.
Changes are coming to the way your student's success is measured.
Tammy Duckworth retiring from Illinois National Guard after 23 years of service
PEORIA - The Peoria City Council approved plans created by the Peoria Sculpture Walk Foundation to bring a sculpture walk down Washington St.
The Peoria Board of Election Commissioners met Tuesday.
City Council approves retention water basin
PEORIA - Establishments looking to add machines will need to first make $1,500 in food, beverage, and merchandise sales for one year.
It's the first time the school has participated in the event, and school officials say the kids are learning a valuable lesson about giving back to the community.
BLOOMINGTON - McLean County residents weighed in Tuesday on the future of the area's mental health system.
WASHINGTON – Tensions ran high Tuesday night at the Washington Fire Board meeting.
We talk to local LGBT members.
Gas Prices Per Gallon Drop Below $3
Peorian Indicted for Code Enforcement Officer Attack
Pekin Man Goes on Trial for Peoria Burglary
GOP Lawmakers Blast Quinn Over Income Tax Hike
Police look for public's help in investigating.
Tribune Endorses Schilling, Davis
OSF Healthcare Systems Awarded Tim Philipp Award
Rainfall Slows Illinois Harvest
TAPS rescues dog from Mississippi shelter; now looking for a new home.
PEORIA - The Goodwill is recapping the success of its “Patriot Weekend”.
Incumbent Republican Rodney Davis will debate with Democratic challenger Ann Callis in the Brown Ballroom of the Bone Student Center on Oct. 30.
Peoria’s local 50 firefighters hosting their first-ever “Climb for the Cure.”
Positive Third Quarter Numbers Show Signs of Recovery
The six-year old computers are in need of an upgrade.
The museum was awarded $1,500 for a Lights on After School partnership.
WASHINGTON - As the one year mark approaches of a tornado that devastated more than a thousand Tazewell county homes, the Heart of Illinois United Way is launching a new book for survivors.