Tyler Woof shares tips on checking your roof after the long winter.
The Neighborhood House and local chefs are teaming up to help the Meals on Wheels program.
Lead therapist Kim Major explains what occupational therapy is and how it can help patients.
A local family is pulling out all the stops to spur sales of Girl Scout cookies.
A special weekend for families is coming up in August.
A cell phone company is launching a new phone campaign targeting children as young as five.
Jay Chang demonstrates the quick and pain free practice.
Steve Buttice of Living By Your Design shares more on the costs associated with senior living.
The annual community luncheon is coming up April 30th.
A local man is pledging to take his passion for the organization to the race course this season.
Rocky Vonachen talks with Michael Klos about the team's home opener.
U.S. Congressman John Lewis was a part of Martin Luther King Jr's inner circle and is sharing his personal experiences this coming Friday.
A special event to help homeless pets and other community based projects.
Peoria Mayor Jim Ardis and Washington Mayor Gary Manier tell Living Well's Meg Marshall about the "Peoria Shops Washington" Campaign.
A festive combination of flavors to welcome spring to your kitchen.
The 59th annual Women's Auxiliary Fashion Show is coming up April 10th.
Celtic Cross Pipes and Drums is celebrating 50 years of music in the Central Illinois community.
Dr. James Malavolti shares more on common causes of headaches and how chiropractic care can provide lasting relief.
A tradition of introducing young ears to the magic of music.
We introduce you to a pair matched for more than 4 years.
A local aerial dance artist shares more about the technique and where you can learn the moves.
Repairing the harsh effects of winter weather on your skin.
Introducing you to some of the Big Brother Big Sister pairings that benefit from the annual Bowl for Kids' Sake.
A special opportunity for families and caregivers to learn more about services available in Central Illinois.
More about the special care unit offered for adults with Alzheimer's.
The community takes action to support local athletes while also exploring more about the outdoors.
You can check out the latest models this weekend at the Peoria Civic Center.
We introduce you to Illinois' Big Sister of the Year!
The Union Construction Career Fair is promoting diversity among trade industries.
A study re;eased this Wednesday shows a significant drop in obesity rates among the very young.
Dave Osborn with Trouble Free Heating and Cooling talks about the importance of checking your home's sump pump.
National Kick Butts day is coming up in March. How your young ones can get involved to spread the message.
Tips from area builders before the show opens on Friday.
How to keep your diet on track by making a smart plan.
Bryan Himmel is raising awareness, and money, for Autism Speaks.
Living Well is introducing you to local pairings leading up to the annual Bowl for Kids' Sake.
This week's Hometown Hero is Army Specialist Casey Lovell
A service to help seniors make the right choice before their next move.
Dietitian Kim McClintic shows us creative ways to inspire little chefs.
Board Member Rosemary McCullough shares more about Black History month.
More than 3.8 million car seats are being recalled by the manufacturer Graco. We talk to a local expert about the concerns.
An organization aimed at bringing confidence back into a breast cancer survivor's closet.
A local group is celebrating one year of empowering men and women through the art of line dance.
World War II Veteran Exhibit on Display at Illinois State University's Milner Library. The exhibit's creator, Ashley Koenig stops by LW to tell us about it.
A special workshop to help you get started in your journey through the past.
"Changing America" explores two big movements in American history.
Emily Huff shares more on a new class offered through the Park District.
Satisfy your sweet tooth or enjoy a full meal for a good cause.
"Grease" ready to welcome audiences this weekend.
The Orchestra celebrates a Viennese tradition.
Dr. James Malavolti shares more on this condition and possible treatments.
The organization is calling on the community to help deliver holiday meals.
Ryan Fairchild explains how IPMR can help fix problems with your balance.
Ben Corey with the American Red Cross shares more about the annual blood collection event.
Spa owner Jay Ford shares more about special promotions for the holidays.
Peoria Central is singing in Studio 31 for Sounds of the Season.
Classical ballet comes to life this weekend in Morton.
Renee Farris, Manager of the Peoria Estates and Alisha Dault, Marketing Director for Liberty Village of Pekin tell us what the estates have to offer.
Georgetowne Middle School is singing in Studio 31 for Sounds of the Season.
Limestone High School is singing in studio 31 for Sounds of the Season.
For today's Health Connections series we're learning about brain tumors.
The Peoria Ballet tells us about a holiday classic performance.
Olympia High School Madrigals join Maria Chandler for Sounds of the Season.
Prairie Central High School sings live for Sounds of the Season.
Some of the cast members from Tarzan, the Disney Musical stop by the studio to talk about the production.
Chef Charles puts together a simple bruschetta for any kind of holiday party.
Richwoods High School sings in studio 31 for Sounds of the Season.
Associate Attorney Ashley Meyerfrom Borsberry Law talks about same sex marriage.
Wildlife Prairie Park is breaking out Santa's Wildlife Express once again this year.
Fieldcrest High School is singing Christmas carols in studio 31 for Sounds of the Season.
Doctor James Malavolti talks about chiropractic care and sciatica.
Riverview Senior Living Community is lending a helping hand to tornado victims.
The Pekin Community High School Choir sings Christmas Carols in Studio 31.
Chef Keith is cooking up a delicious recipe with turkey leftovers.
Find out how to be a big brother or big sister this December.
Living Well learns about a holiday singing group "Friends in Harmony."
Singer Julie K stops by to talk about her Noon Years Eve celebration.
The Pontiac Township Madrigal Choir performs in studio 31.
Ashley Daily sits downs with WMBD 31's Maria Chandler to talk about this year's Bremer Jewelry Super Proposal contest.
This week's Hometown Hero is World War I veteran Ralph L. Shank.
How to hanlde stress around the holiday season.
Illini Bluffs High School performs songs from their upcoming madrigal show.
One woman writes a song after tornadoes ripped through central Illinois.
The Peoria Friendship House needs your help to reach families in need this holiday season.
Firestone Complete Auto Shop shares tip on how to prepare your car for winter.
This week's Hometown Hero is Tech Sergeant Harley Brydon.
Santa stops by Living Well to talk about the 12th Annual Christmas Magic Luncheon.
Wendy Brown of B&B counseling shares advice on how to support tornado victims.
IPMR shares advice on physical therapy treatments after cancer.
Dawn Miller of Easter Seals stops by Living Well to talk about Speech and Feeding Therapy.
Rick Stephenson joins Maria Chandler on the Living Well set to talk about the Peoria Train Fair
As part of Living Well's Health Connections series today we're learning about what Natural Concepts has to offer.
Find out the benefits of shopping local to get the gifts on your Christmas list.
When your children head to school they're bound to pick a few things up from the other kids. You just hope they don't get a bad cold, or worse, head lice.
This week's Hometown Hero is Cliff Quine.
The Kid's Doctor takes a look at how much involvement in sports can be too much.
This week's Hometown Hero is Sergeant Joshua Jacobs.
Vaccines keep kids healthy by preventing the spread of infectious diseases.
Women of the Pink Survivors Book stop by the Living Well Studio to share their stories of survival, strength, and inspiration.
Brothers Jalen And Riley Swanson both enlisted in the United States Army after graduating from Fieldcrest High School.
The colder weather will soon be on its way... And this time of year also means flu season is back. Dr. Sue has some tips.
This week's Hometown Hero is Bill Bontemps.
A special motorcycle event is raising money to send holiday cheer to troops overseas.
Certified nurse midwife Jolene Hamann shares some of the reasons more women are choosing a midwife for their obstetric care.
You can shop for a cure while also recognizing local survivors of breast cancer.
This week's Hometown Heroes are three brothers from Bartonville.
The University is launching its first year long theme.
How the organization is helping local veterans through a variety of services.
A local woman shares her love of the Florida Everglades through the art of quilting.
Jim Runyon with Easter Seals shares more on the importance of early intervention and the role of Child and Family Services.
This week's Hometown Hero is Zach Wood.
Join OSF Saint Francis Centers for Breast Health and the Komen Memorial for a special night honoring cancer survivors and their loved ones.
A Fall Banquet to benefit Teen Challenge Peoria.
Sport your favorite LBD to support the Dress for Success Peoria program.
With kids back in school comes new health concerns. Dr. Sue has some tips for preventing and treating lice.
This year's theme centers around a popular tradition in a southern community!
The organization's president stops by Living Well to talk about upcoming events and expansion.
School is officially back in session, which can bring a whole host of problems for young people. One of those is the work to get good grades and what some students will resort to for results.
Jim Powell talks about the inspiration behind his first book "Dirt Matters."
A Bradley University Senior shares more about the making of his new music video, "One More Night."
A financial expert with Busey Investment Services shares advice on planning ahead for the high cost of higher education.
The Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce is ready to share the multicultural best of Peoria.
A special event focused on empowering women within the community.
Student Activities Director Tom Coy shares more of the events planned to welcome students to campus.
The 4th annual celebration of one of Peoria's most famous native sons.
This week's Hometown Hero is Captain Michael O'Brien.
Advocate Bromenn's Tony Coletta shares details of the upcoming fundraiser concert for the McLean County Heart Walk.
Dave Flowers, owner of Mickie's Pizzeria, stops by to collect his trophy for winning the ciproud.com Best Pizza contest.
Bob Schertz of Northwoods Mall stops by to share details of the upcoming "Back at It" Fashion Show.
Some college students have already started to move in while others have a few days to cram in as much summer fun as they can. Doctor Sue has some advice for parents on what to do before sending your child off to college.
Registered nurse Stephanie Harper of OBGYN Care Associates in Bloomington talks about the Affordable Care Act and its impact on women's health issues.
Running with the Dogs to Benefit Paws Giving Independence Sunday, August 11th at Peoria's Junction City. 8:30 am registration Race at 10:00am
Jodi Jacobs stops by LW to talk about the big fall sale. August 10th, 2013 at the Peoria Riverplex from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon.
Show Director Jeremy Kelly stops by LW to tell us about the hit. Tickets on sale now! The show runs August 7-11 http://www.peoriaplayers.org/
Taste of Peoria is Wednesday, August 14th on Peoria's Riverfront.
The Red Cross stops by Living Well to talk back to school bike safety.
Dr. Sue has some potty training tips.
ICC's Vice-President of Student Affairs visits Studio 31 to talk about the college's new "Walk in Wednesdays" option and the basics for college bound students.
Chef Charles is in the Living Well kitchen cooking up a tasty twist burgers.
Fitness Celebration in Peoria Saturday 7/27
The summer weather often means spending time out in the sun -- and that can lead to painful sunburns. Doctor Sue has some tips for treating the burn in This Morning's Kid's Doctor.
Dr. Sue explains how parents can be on the lookout for bug bites this summer.
A unique cross country event that benefits diabetes research!
A new twist on a classic recipe!
Breaking down the effects of smoking on your heart health.
Learn more about the two methods of canning.
The David Davis Mansion invites you to travel back in time this weekend.
Tired of boring sandwiches this summer? Switch it up by making this pita pocket or wrap recipe!
A celebration of the summer flavors you can find at your local farmers market!
A new series focused on lowering your risk of heart disease.
A special recipe to impress your loved ones!
Living Well - Part Two of Chef Keith's Fourth of July Guinness-Glazed Lamb Chops recipe.
Living Well - Part One of Chef Keith's Fourth of July Guinness-Glazed Lamb Chops recipe.
Olympic Day is this weekend at Chillicothe Extreme Sports at Detweiller Park. Rich Rowell explains more about the family event.
Justin Miller with F & W Lawncare joins us with Professional Advice. We're talking pergolas, patios, and fire pits.
What's a Smart Yard? Michael Brown with the Ecology Action Center in Normal explains what this kind of yard can do for your health and your environment. Learn more about an upcoming Smart Yard event in the Twin Cities this weekend.
Patrick and Mallory Theis are hosting a very special fundraiser this weekend to help the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Hear why they are supporting the cause.
Through her commitment to the Tri County Slim Down, Shirley has developed a new passion for early rising and working out!
WOW everyone at your holiday cookout with this beautiful and healthy fruit trifle!
Celebrating the bounty of summer gardens!
PEORIA - The River City is trying to become an "All America City". Councilman Ryan Spain visits Living Well to talk about the campaign and how you can push Peoria to the top.
PEORIA - The Heart of Illinois Big Brothers Big Sisters are asking you to hit the green to benefit local children. Marketing and Public Relations Director Blake Long stops by Living Well to tell us how to get involved.
A chilled, summery soup perfect for the hot months ahead!
A light and summery sandwich full of flavor!
Spicing up chicken with the fresh flavors of summer!
Two options to use up those fresh finds at the farmers markets!
A local photographer is sharing his mission of photographer everyday people.
From homes to professional businesses, F&W lawn care says irrigation can benefit everyone.
A simple, summery way to enjoy fresh vegetables.
A sweet and spicy topping for your favorite summer grill!
Dr. Anita Barnabas and Dr. Mo Nkutu-Kirunda of Redbird Dental Care discuss the risks of oral cancer.
A flavorful and refreshing alternative to mayonnaise based salads!
Family Recreation 101 is happening this Saturday!
This 5 day program helps children with disabilities learn a favorite pastime.
This 7 week old cub is a rare, black leopard!
Get ready to hit the road to raise money for the children of Easter Seals.
Millet is a gluten free grain that can be easily substituted for pasta in many recipes. It adds a whole grain twist to this light summer salad!
More than 3 million people are diagnosed with skin cancer each year.
A classic recipe you can use as a dip or a sandwich spread!
Oh the places you'll go with the cast of "Seussical Junior."
A light and summery recipe!
Living Well's Meg Marshall sits down to interview the famous comedian.
Living Well travels to Chicago for a behind the scenes look at Steve Harvey's award winning talk show.
The folks of F&W are ready to help get your lawn and yard ready for the summer months ahead.
A special treat for the moms in your life!
Dietitian Ashley Simper shares more about Celiac disease and the benefits of a gluten free diet.
The 28th annual Peoria Race for the Cure is coming up this Saturday.
A simple and moist recipe to dress up chicken!
Celebrate the flavors of Cinco de Mayo!
Dr. Neal Barnard is a best selling author and researcher who is using what we eat to help lower the risk of memory depleting diseases.
An easy French dish that is full of flavor and style!
This Asian-inspired salad will have you wanting more with the unique
combination of flavors and textures.
A new opportunity for children with autism is opening in June.
A grown up take on classic comfort food!
The flooding across Central Illinois is causing many safety concerns for homeowners.
A fresh and easy Asian inspired appetizer.
Director of Autism Services Jamie Hollis explains what the ITAP program is and how your child could benefit.
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