Police arrest Kenneth Singleton on peace officer impersonation, home invasion and aggravated battery charges.
A Peoria County head-on collision leaves one person dead.
An 83-year-old woman is dead days after crashing her car in Peoria County.
Peoria Police found a man with multiple gunshot wounds Thursday afternoon.
Illinois State University celebrates its 158th anniversary
ISU President Larry Dietz speaks on Rauner’s proposed 31% funding cut
Bloomington Police find drugs in the residence of an in-home day care
PEORIA - For anyone trying to change their lives, there will likely be challenges.
Elderly people have a higher risk of hypothermia.
The couple talks about growing up and getting to the White House.
More than 22 percent of Peorians live below the poverty line, but it’s getting above that line that is becoming more difficult.
Bloomington Police are searching for two suspects.
The body of a 14 year old McLean County girl who went missing Tuesday was found miles away Wednesday.
Drugs and paraphernalia found at Bloomington in-home daycare.
Kids create artwork
On Wednesday night Lohmann Golf Designs presented their multi-part plan for upgrades, and the board liked what they had to say.
BLOOMINGTON – The city’s mayor could soon be getting a public reprimand.
NORMAL- A long-time book store has reached its final chapter.
DOWNS - After a strong sophomore season, as Tri-Valley’s first man off the bench, Austin Spencer expected big things his junior year, but that changed after a trip to Chicago.
We continue our Easter Seals coverage ahead of the March 7th telethon.
The Normal Police Department has a new assistant police chief.
Schock and Durbin shair their perspectives on a federal judge's ruling.
A convenience store robbery is landing a Washington man in prison for the next several years.
We ask what you plan to give up for lent.
Asks for community to help out those in need locally.
WMBD’s Meteorologist Rachael Kaye manages to have some fun in this freezing weather
The company is being forced to turn over financial documents and information after receiving a subpoena from the U.S. District Court.
Wind chills will fall between -15 to -25 overnight.
PEORIA - The results of the 2014 Illinois Youth Survey are out. The latest numbers were discussed at the 3rd annual Peoria County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition breakfast this morning.
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.
NORMAL - Shamere McKenzie used to be a normal college student at Loyola University, a scholarship athlete. That was before an injury cut her track career short.
Joshua Dunn's bond steady at $750,000.
High school hopes to raise $70,000 for charity.
Owner worries this is a growing problem.
They are urging people to come forward with information.
One doctor says it may be so.
State lawmakers are aiming to make this happen.
Leonard Seibert, a Bloomington carpenter, helped build the first Pullman sleeping car in 1859.
PEORIA - The website has acknowledged statistical errors brought up by Bradley representatives and will put up a new ranking once new data analysis is finished.
Another shot of arctic air will move into central Illinois this week.
PEORIA - A local group is trying to overcome challenges in the manufacturing industry.
Flames rip through a Tremont barn early this morning, destroying the building and everything inside.
MOSSVILLE – He has the scars to prove it. Trenton Arnold's life, at just 12-years-old, has not been easy.
A half-hour long police chase in Pekin ended Monday night with officers breaking a vehicle’s windows and pulling the driver from the car.
Firefighters fight to protect our community, our homes every day. But we're finding they're up against another battle. A recent study shows firefighters have a higher risk of cancer than the rest of us.
NORMAL - Illinois State University students looked into the face of homelessness Monday night.
NORMAL - A new "taxi" service is coming to the Twin Cities. While it's drawing some positive reviews from city leaders, some established companies are saying, "Not so fast."
Early Learning Center is running out of time and money and is now looking for answers from lawmakers.
Experts say database will keep information secure.