The suspect had been told to leave a gathering with friends because he was allegedly too drunk. That's when police say he opened fire.
35-year-old Bryan Wright was killed while on vacation last week.
BELLEVUE: WMBD takes a look at Peoria's independent professional wrestling scene.
Hopes to erase the "R-word"
An Aurora man who broke both of his legs after falling from a canyon ledge at Starved Rock State Park could face charges.
BU looking for new basketball coach
39th Annual Lebanese Food Festival (cabbage) rolls into the River City
PEORIA - This is the 24th year for Bowl for Kid's Sake.
Illinois State Police believe alcohol and speed played a role in a deadly crash in Tazewell Co.
PEORIA - The board also renewed Normal's contract with the girls tournament.
Police are investigating 2 different deadly car crashes in Peoria County that happened on Saturday.
March Madness couldn't happen without the help of hundreds of volunteers, and one of them is being recognized as a CI Hero.
IL Attorney General Says Governor's Plan is Illegal
Peoria residents weigh in on the possibility that it could be leaving the River City.
McLean County Crime Stoppers searching for suspect.
One Peoria Hospital is taking steps to become the place nurses want to work and patients want to get care.
The first day of spring means many are ready to start planting their gardens.
38 teams are facing off today and tomorrow in what’s being called a varsity sport for the mind.
Dunlap's School District has a new board member. Cheryl Bluth was chosen to replace Jason Hauer, who left the board to take over as Peoria’s Recorder.
Two production lines will be moved to Mexico and hundreds of Caterpillar jobs will be lost in the process.
The smell of cabbage rolls and meat pies is in the air.
District 150 officials will start discussing Monday night, the possibility of losing an additional $1 Million in state funding.
The East Peoria Republican says he has decided not to make a run to fill Congressman Aaron Schock's 18th District seat.
The Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at SIU-C conducted the poll of 1,000 registered voters in Illinois.
WASHINGTON - Congressman Aaron Schock is facing a federal probe looking into his spending of taxpayer and government money.
The FAA has given Amazon the okay to test drones outdoors.
SYDNEY - A Sydney cafe that was the site of a deadly siege reopened on Friday, with customers lining the street to be among the first inside.
PEORIA - The time to start your allergy medicine is now.
Raising money to help the neediest
5 of the 6 candidates mix words and wits
Kids at Starke School in Pekin are pumped. Cafeteria lunch food isn't always praised, but today is different.
The Framework Strategy for Redevelopment outlines places in Peoria County prime for public housing.
We talk to a political science expert who tells us what career path he could take.
But it’s not all lost productivity; it can help build morale in the office.
Tracking criminals and street gang members will soon be a little easier for Peoria Police officers.
Auston Barnes was found guilty, but escaped jail time.
BLOOMINGTON - For the second straight year, the Miller Park Zoo is welcoming a baby river otter into the fold
BLOOMINGTON - The McLean County Jail could be moving closer to a solution to its overcrowding issues.
NORMAL - Governor Bruce Rauner's plans to freeze funding across the state of Illinois has now reached the Twin Cities. While some projects were halted mid-stream, others never even got started.
Keith Farnham was handed an 8 year prison sentence.
A male pup is getting plenty of ahhhs.
A letter sent to parents explains a little more of the threat against the Dunlap school district.
Big Brothers Big Sisters in Peoria wants you to join them for a night of bowling this weekend.
WASHINGTON D.C.- The Secret Service Director will tell a Senate panel Thursday that reports of two agents crashing into a White House gate are wrong.
WASHINGTON D.C.- A slight increase in those filing jobless claims.
MINNEAPOLIS- Target has agreed to pay $10 million in a class action settlement stemming from that massive data breach in 2013.
Kids get creative with "Don't Get Burned by Big Tobacco."
State Street to be reduced to one lane for one-way traffic from Washington Street toward Adams Street.
A growing number of leaders are sharing their reaction to the news of Schock's resignation.
"Soft lockdown" order lifted early Thursday morning after Peoria County Sheriff's notified school officials they had a suspect in custody.