Police are investigating after people reported hearing shots fired in Bloomington.
The ‘Don’t Shoot - Peoria’ task force held its sixth call-in on Tuesday night. 12 men, known to be involved in street groups/gangs, were brought in.
One doctor says it may be so.
State lawmakers are aiming to make this happen.
Flames rip through a Tremont barn early this morning, destroying the building and everything inside.
Early Learning Center is running out of time and money and is now looking for answers from lawmakers.
Why domestic violence awareness groups are avoiding the box office
Bradley’s Sigma Nu runs across central Illinois to raise money for the hospital.
More and more people are turning to the Internet to find love.
Fewer animals are being put down a Peoria County.
The Booth family continued their fight for justice. Not for themselves, but for those left with a void after losing a loved one to violence.
Valentine’s Day is a big holiday for local florists.
CEFCU makes a generous donation to the UnityPoint Health Methodist Proctor Foundation, and now heart-care patients are seeing some big improvements.
Bloomington District 87 has approved a new contract with its teachers.
Two cars collided at the intersection of Knox Highway 6 and Knox Highway 2 on Tuesday.
The number of students in Peoria Public Schools who missed more than 9 days of school without an excuse tripled the state average last year.
We first told you about Elizabeth Grant’s fight four years ago, and this week, her fight has ended.
Attorneys general from across the country are joining in on the effort.
Athletes are getting ready for this year's Special Olympics Illinois competition.
The Republican’s hopes for a better week may quickly be disappearing.
Governor Rauner once again defended his stance on unions over the weekend.
The search is on for Bradley’s next president.
It’s crunch time for financial aid applications.
A special send off this morning at Peoria International Airport for a 5 year-old Pekin boy as he and his family travel to sunny Orlando, Florida.
If you’ve ever struggled to find time to run with your dog or if a physical disability has kept you from buying a new puppy, one local company has the perfect solution.
The kitchen reopens today to feed those in need.
Between red walls, a foreclosed home and his spokesperson’s resignation, it was quite a week for the Schock.
Local dentists are brightening smiles for young children in Peoria.
Some fear that a new switch in guidelines may decrease the number of students heading to college.
In the new Crime Stoppers ad, community leaders ask for people to come forward.
It happened a little before noon in the 2100 block of Wiswall.
The organization beats last year by five percent.
A large group of residents, police, and local leaders gathered downtown at the Gateway Building, showing their support for the family of Demarcus Payne, 12, who was shot in the head and killed this week.
A scary moment for a guy who was trying to sell a game console through Craigslist earlier this week.
Just this year, police have reported six burglaries on Nowland Avenue.
Cities like Peoria and Pekin are enforcing parking bans, which means no parking on designated snow routes.
Governor Bruce Rauner is laying out his plans for improving Illinois' struggling economy in his first state of the state address on Wednesday. One key area of interest is his stance on unions.
Bloomington’s United Way and local Volunteer Income Tax Assistance programs working together to provide free tax services to the community.
Police are asking for the public’s help in finding two people who impersonated police officers.
One business owner says he doesn’t know what to think about his new neighbors.
A Tazewell County standoff comes to an end peacefully, but not before a the Central Illinois Emergency Response Team (CIERT) was called to the scene.
The Chillicothe-based ambulance service first lost its license in 2012, but it’s back to work in the village of Hopewell.
How to stay safe shoveling this heavy and icy snow.
If you're a parent who's decided not to vaccinate your child, you could run into trouble trying to find a doctor who will still treat them.
The IHSA Competitive Dance State Finals brings the top dancers to Bloomington
PEORIA – Millions of people in Illinois depend on food stamps, and the need for food assistance continues to grow.
Uftring Ford is recognized for its commitment to the community.
What District 150 hopes to do to make sure no child slips through the crack.
WMBD 31 has confirmed a Bradley University basketball athlete has been arrested.
Police are looking across the country for a central Illinois man that’s accused of driving from the area to Virginia, then running off with a teenager.