PEORIA - Nine airmen from the 182nd Force Support Squadron have been stationed in southwest Asia for the past seven months.
Did your kid have fun in the Weather Center? Check out their picture here.
Attendees given encouragement on how to stick to New Year's resolutions.
Peoria Riverfront Museum hosts liquid nitrogen exhibit.
When do they see the most customers?
One person taken to the hospital.
Illinois earns top honors for the second straight year.
PEORIA - Former West Peoria Fire Chief Bob Stecher passed away Sunday.
Union representatives talking January 29th
An armed robbery at a local Subway sends on school into lockdown.
Organizers prep the Civic Center for a giant-sized playground.
During the annual legislative breakfast, all three levels of government say the budget deficit will make it a tough year.
In order to fix roads and bridges in central Illinois, an increase in a gas tax may be necessary.
The Peoria Park District announces its new Lakeview Skate Park is fully funded.
NORMAL - McLean County's largest school district is looking to fill one of its biggest personnel needs.
The closing of 2 southeastern facilities will add hundreds of jobs to the area.
A new Arts Advisory Commission met for the first time today
Attorney Lou Benassi says it fluctuates year to year
And it’s going to make a big difference for snow removal
Nicholas Compton of Colfax, IL was found guilty of murder and aggravated battery of a child.
PEORIA HEIGHTS – The Jackson family is excited about their new addition. And the baby boy is even more special than they could have imagined.
Announces the "Charlie Steiner School of Sports Communication"
Lori Welk retires after 34 years of service.
Student fees and Room-and-Board still on the rise.
Dunlap hires Dr. Lisa Parker as new superintendent.
A member of Peoria’s city council is taking steps to cut down a problem she said is continuing to grow in her district: dumping.
At the intersection of Lincoln and Griswold streets, a new sign is up honoring Coach McClain.
The city will have to change its ordinance before the ride-sharing company can start up in Peoria.
Second location for summer 2015
MORTON - State police have to shut down part of I-155 after a dump truck slams into an overpass.
For sick children in the Children’s Hospital of Illinois
The jurors had been deliberating for nearly two hours Thursday when the judge told them to break and come back Friday morning.
The jury returned the guilty verdict Thursday afternoon.
There is currently no 2015 state funding for subsidized programs
Caterpillar is thinking about restructuring part of its manufacturing plant in Joliet and consolidating two plants in Georgia and North Carolina.
A new record is set at Peoria International Airport.
The park district’s board of trustees took action to prevent more erosion issues on world's most beautiful drive.
It's been more than a year since former governor Pat Quinn signed the state's medical marijuana pilot program into law, but it could be another six more months before the controversial drug is available in the state.
Michael Costic Jr. Accused in Shooting Death
Peoria County State's Attorney Jerry Brady weighs in.
Sergeant Ed Shumaker gets written warning.
Full throttle fun at Easter Seals
St. Joseph Catholic Church in Peoria is getting steeple work done.
The airport's passenger numbers were down again last year.
A measles outbreak in California has reignited the vaccination debate, and one local pediatrician says she always recommends immunizations.
The forensic pathologist testified that Cramer's injuries could be accidental.
Experts want you to check your home as part of National Radon Action Month.
Area schools are looking to boost interest and inspire more people to apply.
Illinois employers did some hiring during the Christmas season.
The City of Bloomington names its new fire chief.