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.
A Pekin man faces drug charges after police stumbled across his massive garden of illegal plants.
Bloomington native Kelly Yordy publishes a book in hopes of helping others.
NeUll’s e-cigarettes were created with one particular clientele in mind: inmates.
Before students head back to the classroom, they need to make sure they're up to date on their immunizations.
Sexual Education classes will soon have a different curriculum for District 150 schools, and that is believed to help a long-running problem in Peoria County.
A new report shows the country’s child poverty rate is increasing, and the same goes for the state of Illinois and Peoria County.
The Dream Center plans to give away nearly 3,000 book bags full of supplies to students in need.
News reporters were able to snap photos, record video, and live-tweet the Leuthold trial.
Residents in The Uplands are tired of people speeding through their area and using those streets as a shortcut.
Two brothers in Fulton County are now growing hops on their family farm and are optimistic about what profits it will yield.
After one week, a a jury finds Nathan Leuthold guilty of first-degree murder.
Stephanie Sailors’ son Owen has a rare form of epilepsy and could benefit from medical marijuana.
The country star points out one lucky fan for the gift of a life time.
Organizers say the weekend went better than expected.
Peoria County’s Minority Business Enterprise is partnering up with other groups to help minority and women business owners boost their success.
City and county officials will be on hand to direct traffic this weekend.
Between finding a place to stay at and eating dinner, concert-goers will be spending their money in the county.
A pastor and minister both took the stand shedding light on issues brought to Nathan's attention. Nathan's bank accounts were also a hot topic on the fourth day of the trial.
With thousands of people expected for this weekend’s festivities, organizers have lots of security on site.
Kids picked up trash along Matthew Street as part of the Save a Child program.
The building is being transformed into the Peoria Playhouse, a children’s museum.
Construction may soon be wrapped up in downtown Peoria, but city officials say the district’s completion is a bit more complicated.
The store now runs in the Warehouse District on Water Street.
Country Life Music Festival is this weekend, and the location bumps up to multiple residential areas.
Kristen Brown builds a wall of debris from November’s tornadoes and wants people to share their tale.
Pop star Katy Perry’s mom will be at WeaverRidge, all part of Country Life Concert this weekend.
A major sponsor drops out and leaves the initiative without major money.
The Flying Fish Festival kicks off tomorrow morning with a bowfishing tournament.
Lions, tiger, and even ligers and tigons. The HOI Fair is getting extra creative for the 2014 season.
Local school districts say they are only getting 89% of what they should.
River city show interest in hooking the project.
One year after heavy rain and flooding damaged a group of homes, many say nothing has been done to spruce up the area.
Bright orange symbols painted on St. Vincent de Paul.
Southbound University Street is closed right in front of Goodwill making customers take a detour.
A national cupcake chain crumbles, but what does that mean for local cupcake stores?
Dozens of aircrew and aircraft maintenance members touched down in Central Illinois after months overseas.
Police want to pass a local ordinance to catch the thieves.
The park is going to host Extreme Run, a local group that puts on obstacle course races.
Chillicothe Xtreme Sports is asking for help with repairs.
Kamikaze Karp puts the player in the shoes of a bowhunter shooting the flying fish.
Bradley University and Illinois State University rank in the top 2% of the ETC College Rankings Index.
Many boaters hit the river for Fourth of July fireworks.
Eureka College will have a new state of the art building ready this fall. It's last classroom building was built in 1916.
"Red, White, and Boom" may have had its biggest crowd yet celebrating Independence Day.
A new plaque is dedicated to Captain Zeally Moss.
The Firecracker 5000 kicks off the holiday early this morning.