Spree Killer Receives Four Life Sentences
The Tazewell County Clerk's Office said that there have been 1023 phone related tickets issued since January 1.
Three years after Albert Billups Wilson’s death, family and friends continued raising awareness about the dangers of gun violence.
One patient diagnosed with Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Jefferey Steele was in court today after rear-ending a car and killing a mother and seriously injuring her four-year-old daughter.
As part of Ripley’s “Bizarre Buying Bizaar,” people could bring in strange items for the organization to check out.
The inaugural event wants to revitalize the art scene in central Illinois.
Vets had a chance to meet with employers from the area.
Governor Pat Quinn joined other Central Illinois leaders, Friday morning, at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the heartland community health clinic headquarters.
Peoria Police say a man accused of shooting another man in an apartment complex in custody.
Unrest in the Middle East continued to spike Thursday night, but many local residents and leaders gathered to show support for Israel.
The Peoria Police Department has made more than 15 prostitution-related arrests in the past two months.
Due to some hitches in the process, the deadline extension for the complex had to be re-approved today
The meat is costing more as the summer continues.
A $2 million state grant for ICC was cut in half.
13 Security Forces Airmen of the 182nd Airlift Wing in Peoria touched down at the Airport just before 7 p.m.
On Monday, the District 308 school board voted to allow non-public students in the area to participate with its marching band, sports teams, and other school groups.
The area’s foreclosure rates are not reflected of the national numbers.
Evan Grube of Mapleton has a rare disease, and the only cure is a liver transplant.
Tuesday is "National Night Out Against Crime" and residents in one Peoria neighborhood took action while also having fun.
The congresswoman hits the town for “Cheri on Shift” to work with different community members.
The Department of Children and Family Services is investigating the mom and boyfriend for possible neglect.
The congresswoman wants to increase communication between police and universities.
It’s out with the old and in with the new. Peoria Civic Center is spending more than a million dollars on new seats.
Traffic is now open in both directions, but construction is still ongoing.
PEORIA - This is the 13th year the Indo-American Society of Peoria has hosted India Fest.
The $8 million project is supposed to provide a habitat for various wildlife.
Corn prices are down significantly according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture report.
Gov. Pat Quinn announces certain day care providers do not have to pay union fees.
The Illinois Office of Tourism visits Peoria to discuss visitors numbers.
School nurses are no longer the only ones allowed to administer an epi-pen injection.
Find out more about the infectious disease that is spreading throughout western Africa.
Pekin Hospital are no longer going to Liberia as part of their mission trip due to the Ebola scare.
Washington Community High School's superintendent highlights three major renovations that are almost done.
The city’s business association wants to donate mature trees to tornado-damaged yards.
The Emerald Ash Borer Beetle is confirmed in Peoria and Tazewell counties.
The search for a new school superintendent has created a few concerns, but the school board president says she’s optimistic and that hiring a search firm is a step in the right direction.
One of the only Carnegie libraries left in the country, the Lincoln Branch is placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Students and faculty will open the door to lots of new changes at Dunlap High School and administrators believe they'll like what they see!
Local high schools have seen a decrease in the graduation rates.
The city is working with the Illinois American Water Company to fix water main issue and the road.
Police say the man said he was going to shoot everyone in Casey’s General Store.
Local law enforcement and community leaders say the "Don't Shoot" Peoria strategy is helping them get violent criminals out of
Nathan Huskins exports cars to other countries out of his basement office in Washington.
New movie suggests humans only use ten percent of their brain, but doctors said that is not the case.
PEORIA – An education plan that’s already implemented in parts of Peoria is now being pushed across the country.
The new bridge over Knoxville Ave. ready for runners, walkers and bikers.
A 19th century building, home to Emack & Bolio’s, is considered the oldest commercial building in downtown Peoria.
The amount of international graduate students applying to Bradley University has nearly doubled.