It's been more than four months since a deadly fire sparked at the former Farmington High School building. However, investigators are still on the hunt for answers.
A group of Central Illinois veterans is being honored with one more special mission.
The Peoria Board of Election Commissioners tested the ballot and voting systems today to make sure all is ready for this November’s election.
The bus used to pick Cherrie Pudney right in front of her home, but now it picks her up on the busy Route 24 in Bartonville.
A house fire is under investigation this weekend. The Peoria home suffered tens of thousands of dollars in damage.
Some local students learn to fish as part of the Snag and Brag Fishing Series
Peoria native Nick Knapp almost died 20 years ago to this day, and now he makes sure to visit those who saved him.
The group takes action against the Galesburg school district to get six days back on the school calendar.
Efforts are being made to make the sweet treat Illinois’ state pie.
Are your children’s car seat properly installed?
Chief Jerry Mitchell has been filling in for months, but today he can officially call himself ‘chief.’
Leanne Bonifas will be dearly missed by students, athletes and staff
The city of East Peoria is working to become more “green” and city officials want the resident’s help to achieve that goal.
The search is over, and they didn't have to look far. Peoria has a new police chief: Jerry Mitchell.
Peoria County authorities are searching for answers in Randall McCabe’s death.
A new study finds human services organizations in the greater Peoria region have a significant economic impact on the community.
Community members joined in on discussions about medical marijuana Tuesday night.
South Side Mission is officially welcoming area youth to its brand new teen center.
Another NFL controversy is sparking a nationwide discussion on punishing you kids.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner’s running mate talks Gov. Pat Quinn’s improper hiring of IDOT employees.
Police are looking for a man accused of stealing from vending machines inside a downtown Peoria building.
University Street has seen a fair share of lane closures due to water main breaks, and this past weekend was no different.
The Lexington school district was facing a budget deficit resulting in a possible tax increase for the town. Instead, residents rallied around their small town school.
The organization was out fundraising for its annual McDonald’s Change Drive.
Rock Island running back Prince Gbeddeh is still at OSF St. Francis Medical Center here in Peoria, and Manual plans to raise money at tonight’s game against Peoria High School.
Ten local schools raise money for military veterans to take a trip to Washington D.C. to visit memorials.
The law dramatically strengthened the country’s criminal justice response to violence against women.
Glen Oak Christian Church volunteers provide snack packs to students at two local schools.
The strike caused students to miss school, and now RESTORE 174 want those days back.
Most high school students are too young to remember exactly what happened on Sept. 11, 2001.
A local theatre will soon premiere its latest production, and there's a special cast member on the roster.
In light of the recent Ray Rice situation, one local victim of domestic violence shares her story of leaving her abusive relationship.
With Election Day less than two months away, find out what questions state and local officials want you to answer.
The 48th annual Morton Pumpkin Festival is underway and Tuesday residents competed in the Pumpkin Weigh Off competition.
A meeting for public input was held by the Peoria Park District Board as it decides how it will fix a $1.36 million deficit.
It’s a new application making life easier for those saving lives.
A Rock Island football player gets injured during the season-opener against Manual Academy, and the local school is showing their support to the running back while he is still hospitalized in Peoria.
The mayor and a handful of elected officials toured the city on Monday. They were checking on the progress that's been made since last year's November tornado.
A new proposal could allow surveillance devices to be installed in room of nursing home residents. It's an effort to ensure their safety.
The Country Life Music Festival is switching up locations for its second annual three-day fest.
Peoria’s museum says bye to Ripley’s Believe It or Not exhibit.
The police department is stepping up its recruiting game by putting up billboards, handing out fliers and putting advertisements in local movie theaters.
It’s National Hunger Action Month, but one church doesn't take just a month to help children in need.
The congresswoman meets with community leaders to chat manufacturing and job growth.
Republican candidate Bobby Schilling accuses the congresswoman of breaking a promise.
Thousands of immigrants in Illinois are at risk of losing their health care provided through the Affordable Care Act, and this risk affects many U.S. citizens as well.
Governor Pat Quinn is trying it out for one week, but thousands have to do it every day.
“CPR training is the best training you can ever have that you hope you never need,”
A driver at a Bloomington limo and shuttle bus company is now behind bars.
In many ways, the City of Peoria has seen a decrease in crime. However, numbers have increased when it comes to crimes of arson.