The Goodwill Stand Down for Homeless Veterans turns Dozer Park into a one-stop shop.
One man is running 50 5K’s in 50 weeks to raise money for Easter Seals.
The Save a Child program was able to provide more than a dozen kids with brand new coats and boots for the winter.
Normal Gadgets opened its doors today in the Metro Center.
Police tell WMBD that one person was taken to the hospital early Saturday morning after a large disco ball detached from its wire at a Peoria nightclub.
That is encouraged at Asylum Acres, a new haunted trail in Bartonville.
The Center for Prevention of Abuse wants to get the word out on human trafficking.
Gary Matthews, most known for owning the Pere Marquette and GEM Terrace, says he wants more time with family.
WTVP, the public television station in Peoria, is home to the first of three gubernatorial debates in Illinois.
Job creation and retention will be a hot topic tonight, and local business leaders want some answers.
The Peoria Park District made some major decisions on cuts as it continues to fix a substantial budget deficit.
Bark in the Park is this weekend, and the money raised goes toward helping dogs who need rehabilitation.
Find out what issues local party leaders think the two candidates will touch on.
A local church will offer a large variety of cultural foods at its semiannual festival this week.
A Tuesday evening shooting sends three people to the hospital.
Pekin Police Department said its meth task force, Operation Copperhead, continues to successfully crack down on drug in the area.
Whether you’ve turned on your heat already or you’re still waiting, there are few steps everyone should take to keep your home safe.
The Peoria Park District Board will discuss the possible closure of Leo Donovan golf course at its meeting Wednesday night.
Sophia’s Kitchen was able to raise enough money to buy an industrial dishwasher.
Hospital officials and construction crews celebrate the “topping off” of the new addition.
Some local kindergartners and first graders tell us what they know about fire safety.
Amidst growing concern about the Ebola virus, doctors in health institutions in Central Illinois are trying to make sure they're doing all they can to stay proactive.
The state of Illinois has a lot of work to do on its quality of nursing homes.
A Glasford man died after a serious car accident on a Peoria highway.
With three high school football player deaths just this week, a nationwide debate has started about America’s beloved sport.
Adventure Grove in Glen Oak Park is officially open to the public.
The two issues have been a popular topic of conversation among Peoria residents and council members.
Jason Barton spent four years in the military but had difficulty finding steady work afterwards.
RESTORE 174 has reached out to the Illinois Attorney General to find if the school board violated a law.
A nine year old girl is making it her personal mission to help people with autism, and she's cooked up quite a plan to make it happen.
Construction on the Rozelle-Sealtest building in Peoria’s Warehouse District kicks off today.
Peoria firefighters are wearing pink this month in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Republican candidate Bruce Rauner stops in Peoria and Bloomington to address local business leaders.
City officials heard from community members Tuesday night as they continue working with them to cut down violence city-wide.
Leaders are celebrating the launch of Peoria’s first financial opportunity center, which aims to help low-income families
The radio ad is the governor’s attempt to bring in the minority vote.
The Republican mayor shows his support for the Democratic governor.
The downtown district is now on the National Register of Historic Places giving developer's incentive to renovate historic buildings.
The state has removed three children from the custody of a Central Illinois mother who was previously convicted of child endangerment.
Hormonal implants and Intrauterine devices (IUD) are now being pushed as top contraceptives among teenage girls.
The village introduces CodeRED, an alert system that notifies residents of an important notice.
The store received its foundation permit to start breaking ground near the Shoppes of Grand Prairie.
The Big Read kicks off this month, and the library is encouraging the community pick and read “A Lesson Before Dying.”
A start-up boot camp allowed innovators to collaborate with medical business experts.
It’s all part of Rehab Patient Appreciation Day.
Almost all flights in and out of Peoria were either delayed or canceled today due to the intentional fire at a suburban Chicago air traffic control center.
Sophia’s Kitchen in Peoria serves hundreds of people every day, which also means hundreds of dishes.
It’s a story we first told you earlier this week. A Limestone Community High School student’s bus stop was moved from Route 24 to her neighborhood.
The Illinois State Police cracked down today on Interstate-74, especially on speed and Scott’s Law violators.
The county is looking at multiple ways to cut costs.