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.
Everyone likes a good scare on Halloween! Halloween is fun for kids of all ages but it can also be can be dangerous for some.
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.