Lawmakers from all over Central Illinois Respond to the news that Aaron Schock is resigning
Area leaders are focused on the most violent offenders. Monday’s call-in was a little different from the past because previous “Don't Shoot” call-ins have focused on members of known street groups and gangs
On Amy Hardin’s birthday, a Morton aide who died in a car crash last year, the district is celebrating all their aides.
The federal government just gave Palcohol the green light, but it’s making many nervous, including state lawmakers and addiction experts.
Take a look at the new Polaris Slingshot from Cupi’s Motor Mall
March Madness is upon us, and two local schools battled it out at the Civic Center Friday, but each team had that sixth player out there: the fans.
Doctors at the hospital inserted the first Melody Valve in downstate Illinois.
A man is dead after a single vehicle crash this morning in rural Heyworth. Officials say it happened just after 8 a.m. on U.S. 51 North. The man's identity is not being released at this time. He was the only one in the car. It's unclear what caused him to crash but authorities say he was wearing a seat belt. State police are investigating.
Thousands of basketball fans will flock to the river city over the next two weekends. It's the 20th year the big IHSA Boys Basketball tournament playing in Peoria, but it could be the last.
City council candidate Beth Jensen says it is a disservice to the city that she was left out of Wednesday’s public forum.
Jessey Eagan is making headlines, not for what she is giving up for Lent, but what she is putting on.
A popular pub in Pekin is helping send our heroes to Washington
Zalcman will challenge U.S Representative Aaron Schock for the republican seat for District 18.
District 150 is teaming up with the Peoria County courts to try and keep young, criminal offenders out of more trouble, before they become adults.
Service members from 16 different U.S. cities have been hard at work this week in the river city.
Bloomington police are investigating an armed home invasion.
The city's temporary moratorium for video gaming cafes will extend through April 14.
City council approved changes to an ordinance for sidewalk cafes.
People living in Peoria’s East Bluff may be watched a little more closely.
Congressman Aaron Schock, who has been at the center of recent spending controversies, spent Tuesday morning speaking to eighth grade students at Mark Bills Middle school.
Multiple shots fired on Starr Street.
$125 dollars might be all you'd have to pay if you're caught with marijuana if a bill in the Illinois state house goes through.
A state representative wants to stiffen the penalty for those deadly car crashes involving cell phones.
Students took to their computers today to take the standardized test for the first time.
It’s called Total Room Ultraviolet Disinfection, TruD, and it disinfects an entire room with its bright light.
PEKIN - A Pekin man is accused of ramming his jeep into another car is arrested after leading police on a chase.
The airport is now offering direct flights to the popular Texas destination.
"We're going to be nervous because of the uncertainties, but we're going in it with a positive attitude," Jennifer Tan, the district’s director of accountability and research, said.
More than 600,000 kids live in poverty in Illinois and that number is on the rise.
It's usually the physicians thanking the donors at a blood drive, but the roles were reversed today.
Within the next two years, the fast food giant wants to phase out it antibiotic-raised chickens.
It’s been outlawed since 2011, but one legislator wants to bring it back for those who commit “the worst of the worst” types of crime.
The athletic facility at Morton High School is getting a nearly $5 million upgrade.
He gave out his safety award at the local Occupational Safety and Health Day at the Civic Center.
The city is working closely together with state legislators to get that done.
There's no better place to celebrate a 30th anniversary, than at Thirty-Thirty Coffee! That was the thought of Susan G. Komen officials who are marking the 30th anniversary of the Race for the Cure today.
You may never see one, but the invasive emerald ash borer (EAB) is terrorizing trees across Central Illinois.
The cause of a house fire in Glasford remains under investigation.
Two men have been arrested in connection with a December shooting, but charges have yet to be filed.
Peoria Police Chief says he is constantly working to improve the relationship between the force and community.
Washington's City Administrator is leaving his post for another job in the state.
One local professor calls Gov. Rauner's budget plan "unsual." WMBD's Marvis Herring explains why.
The district is investing in its students with physical disabilities, encouraging them to keep moving.
You shouldn't be waiting for a warm-up before you get working on your ideal “beach bod.”
The 105-year-old building has been empty for nearly four years, and the city, along with District 150 are, trying to sell it.
District 150 introduces a new computer program to 6th graders to help them figure out what they want to be when they are older.
Groups providing autism support across the state are saying that thousands of kids younger than 6 years old will lose access to many resources if Governor Rauner’s budget proposal passes as is.
The roads are clear now, but it hasn't been that way all day.
Understanding the rules and regulations truck drivers face to keep them - and you - safe on the roadways.
Crews prepare the Civic Center for this weekend’s expo.