For many men around the world it's not just November, it’s “No Shave November.”
A home is now destroyed after it caught fire early Saturday morning.
Charter Oak Primary School’s ISAT scores dropped a year after being investigated for testing irregularities.
Incumbent Aaron Schock vs. Challenger Darrel Miller
Thomas Jefferson Primary School was on a soft lockdown Friday after a suspicious bag was found outside the school.
City Council gave the final green light needed to begin a major overhaul in Peoria's East Bluff Tuesday night. Now, some big upgrades are in store for the area.
Methodist College hosts its first-ever Healthcare Career Expo.
Republican Tom Cross and Democrat Mike Frerichs spill their plans to balance Illinois’ budget.
City Council attempted to tackle a long-discussed issue at its meeting Tuesday night.
Buying or selling a house in the city of Peoria just got a bit easier.
One local woman donated $20,000 worth of Mary Kay product to the Center for Prevention of Abuse.
Peoria County has seen more absentee ballots sent back than in the last presidential election.
The UnityPoint Health – Methodist Service League spends all year creating gifts for the hospital’s Gift Shop and Gift Show on Nov. 8.
But experts say you have nothing to worry about.
Leo Donovan Golf course is seeing some of its last days.
One driver is dead after a crash involving four vehicles.
Multiple police agencies are investigating a deadly head-on car crash in Tazewell County.
The school is in the top 20 of the Celebrate My Drive competition to win $100,000.
Messing around at the fire department – that’s encouraged at the new Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., playground.
After months of contract negotiations between Vaughn and the fire board, he says he saw no other option than to leave his position as fire chief.
The new Farmington Library is just days away from opening.
The village is now offering curb side recycling pick up to its residents.
The school district will begin installing more the 2,500 solar panels starting next week.
Peoria County has the second highest amount of child abuse and neglect cases in the state.
The Discover Manufacturing Career Expo hosted more than 800 students at Woodruff Career and Technical Center Tuesday and Wednesday.
Attention principals: Happy Principal Appreciation Week
As the November election draws closer people in Peoria Heights have a big decision on their hands.
So many people showed up with so much hazardous waste, the city met last night and discussed another potential pickup day.
A company has shown interest in possible acquiring the hotel.
Fencing Certain Tornado-Damaged Properties in Washington
We are just two weeks out from Election Day.
Residents are getting a chance to give their input on a possible property tax increase Tuesday night.
Pekin Hospital is now adding more frequent training sessions to keep their staff prepared in case they need to treat a patient with Ebola.
As local hospitals prepare their staff for a possible case of Ebola, one major Central Illinois business is taking action against the disease in another way.
Concern over the deadly Ebola virus continues sweeping the nation, but many Central Illinois hospitals are stepping up staff protocols.
A new study shows drinking an excessive amount of soda can age you as much as smoking.
The polls are open pretty much every day from now until Election Day, Nov. 4.
Volunteers are still needed to help address damage left behind by last year's November tornado.
PEORIA - Parking will be prohibited on some residential roads due to a microsurfacing project.
WMBD is your local election headquarters, and we're keeping a close eye on things as the gubernatorial race heats up.
The Pekin VFW hosted a traveling memorial that honors servicemen who have given the ultimate sacrifice.
It was all part of the American Chemical Society’s Science Rocks event.
One local man crossed his 50th finish line this morning.
More than 200 runners gathered down on the riverfront this morning for the Susan G. Komen Memorial Promise Run and Relay.
And it’s not of the paranormal kind. Trespassing picks up on the old Peoria State Hospital grounds this time of year.
United States Department of Agriculture officials took the chance to visit a local school during their lunch.
Vice President Joe Eberle assumes the position.
Marlon Green gets some help from Peoria Housing Authority.
A national earthquake drill has local students remember to drop, cover and hold on.
OSF St. Francis Medical Center says it is doing its part to prepare for the infectious disease.