UTICA - The "then classified" F-3 tornado ripped through the town on April 20, 2004, killing eight people.
One of the biggest days for worship
More than one thousand dine
Emack and Bolios see more foot traffic with the nice weather
He wants to raise $100,000 for Easter Seals
Nathan Darko gets a little love
Adrian Jackson is charged.
Two men charged in case.
Family pet died in the blaze.
Chicken products recalled
Blending mind, body, and spirit
Children splash for eggs
Forrest Park Nature Center celebrates with music and more
A child was hit by a car Friday on Peoria’s near north side.
Church group performs reenactment of crucifixion.
Police Searching for Missing Pekin Resident
IDOT Suspends Non Emergency Road Work for Easter
Emergency Bridge Repair in McLean County
Running Central sees more business.
An El Paso man and hometown hero was laid to rest this afternoon.
Bridge, interstate improvements.
Public can weigh in before proposal goes to legislature.
A student at Heartland Community College has won a life changing award.
Catalogued and held at library.
MARSEILLES - Seven months feels like an eternity when you're out of your home. And after a flood ripped through Marseilles last April, many faced an uphill battle to rebuild.
It only took them a couple hours, and this was their secret to success.
They clarify whether or not charges can be made against creator of parody account.
Normal Resident Found NOT GUILTY by Reason of Insanity
Normal Woman Sentenced for Defrauding Businesses
Bloomington Driver Pleads NOT GUILTY to DUI Charges
Elm Street Closure in Peoria
Karissa is in the kitchen once again with Amy Marston from Apple's Bakery.
Karissa talks to Amy Marston from Apple's Bakery
Sophie talks to Dr. Channing Petrak from the Child Resource Center
Anchor Resident Convicted of Aggravated Battery
Local Murder Trial Delayed til July
We're finding out just how much this wicked winter cost the city of Peoria.
Pekin Teen Charged in Car Burglary
Local residents argue the proposed hog farm will affect the smell and drinking water.
Demonstrates the dangers of drinking and driving on prom night.
Delay in Ruling on Rutherford Lawsuit
March Unemployment Hits Five Year Low
McClugage Bridge Lane Closure
Peoria County Tax Bills Ready To Be Mailed
New Poll: Many Believe IRS Targeted Conservative Groups
Seeking help following last spring's mudslides.
A new fire suppression rating for East Peoria could see insurance premiums for home and business owners go down.
If you thought you were following Peoria’s Mayor Ardis on Twitter, you might want to check your account.
NORMAL - We're learning more about the altercation between the former Illinois State University president and a groundskeeper.
KNOX COUNTY - A volunteer fire fighter from Willamsfield, Illinois is under arrest, accused of setting a number of fires in Knox County.
MARSEILLES - The past year has been a blur for Marseilles superintendent Jo Ellen Fuller.
County Administrator Bill Wasson says the rejection from the 2013 budget means Anderson must now look for line items in 2014's budget to cover the payments.
GLASFORD - The Peoria County Sheriff's department has arrested two men in connection with a morning bank robbery in Glasford.
Sophie talks to Trisha Noack with the Peoria Public Library.
Karissa talks to Zoo Director Yvonne Strode
Peoria CityLink is planning changes on the way you use its buses.
Leaders discuss pros and cons to creating more clean energy projects
Fox News Poll: Many Voters Say Obama Untruthful
A 23-year-old El Paso man is coming home to central Illinois to be laid to rest.
Bloomington Driver Indicted in Fatal Accident
A woman is shot multiple times in Peoria’s Center Bluff this afternoon.
Emergency departments that usually have to work together, went head-to-head for a good cause today.
Pekin Police Nab Burglary Suspect
State Police Conducting Alcohol Enforcement Patrols
Lane Closure in Peoria
Lane and Ramp Closures
Then and now...
Two Banks Merging
One home owner said finding help the last few weeks has been hard.
Matt Larson is the center's new executive director.
NORMAL - At Normal Community, 13 student-athletes signed their national letters of intent. The group included eight football players, four cross country runners and a golfer.
Keep track of your pet for a low cost.
BLOOMINGTON - Sixteen years ago, Ramone Pippens started dedicating his life to music.
BLOOMINGTON - After playing in four leagues in the past six years, the Bloomington Thunder is hoping its next move sticks.
It's a different kind of year for the community of Washington. The high school students need your donations.
Alexandra talks to event organizer Julia Sander.
NORMAL - Heartland Community College takes steps to improve its technology.
Jim Kreid joins Maria to talk about planning for retirement.
NORMAL - There was nothing remarkable about Nik Wallenda's entrance into Redbird Arena on Tuesday night. But a sense of awe pierced through the carnival-like atmosphere...
EAST PEORIA - The first "Run, Walk, and Run" 5K and 1-mile walk will take place Saturday morning in East Peoria's Levee District.
Secor Murder Suspect Wants New Judge
Anchor Resident Goes on Trial on Agg. Battery Case
Peorian Arrested for Gas Station Holdup Indicted
McLean County Auditor Requests Pay for Furniture
A new principal is assigned to Peoria's Charter Oak Primary School.
Nearly $30 Million Returned to I Cash Claimants
I 155 Lane Reduction
School officials say new fields will benefit more than just athletics.
The price of gas could go up by four cents in the near future.
Teams will continue to play in area's historic field.
A group of students known as "I Paid for Flanagan 2014" are questioning the former president's contract.
One central Illinois woman is fighting a huge battle to stop childhood hunger.
Junior Achievement USA presented Caterpillar with a 2012-2013 silver U.S. President's Volunteer Service Award
Home sales in the Peoria area were down by nearly 19 percent in the first quarter.
Peoria residents will be getting information in the mail soon.
Authorities in Galesburg are calling the burning of a vacant house on April 8th an intentional act.
Alexandra talks to Robin and Tony Crowe about a new event at the Limelight Eventplex in Peoria
Karissa talks to Christina Keifer with Forest Park Nature Center
CHILLICOTHE - There wasn't an empty seat inside Chillicothe City Hall on Monday night.
PEORIA - Peoria Public Schools will lay off 197 employees by the end of the school year.
Peoria CityLink Offering First Time Sunday Service
Peorian Seeks Suppression of Statements in Murder Trial
Spring Valley Man Changes Plea in Shooting Death
Hanna City Man Charged with Aggravated Battery
Municipal Electric Aggregation UPDATE
Peoria Gas Prices on the Rise
Partial Closure of Moss Avenue in Peoria- Water Leak
Early Corn Planting Underway in Illinois
Commerce Bancshares Announces Earnings
Assistant Chief John Grussing will retire on May 2nd.
What you can do to avoid becoming a victim
A Peoria car fire sends one person to the hospital late this morning.
One of only five quadruple-amputees from the war in the Middle East talks in Peoria
In the market for a new home? A new state program is giving you money to buy one.
The Constitution Trail turns 25 and city officials want to see your pictures of the trail.
BLOOMINGTON - After a long work session, the City of Bloomington is hoping to move closer to a new budget.
EMA has been testing the devices for four months and is seeking public feedback.
CHILLICOTHE - A new pub & eatery may soon open and residents in a nearby neighborhood are voicing their opinions.
Rain/snow mix is moving through central Illinois. Little if any accumulation is expected through tonight.
Remembering two lives lost.
Their friendship got them through times they never thought they'd see.
Construction is expected to last through November.
200 possible pink slips
The Marshall County coroner confirms, 83-year-old Nancy Hylla was pronounced dead after she allegedly hit two other cars.
PEORIA - The Bradley Community Choir sings to waltz music at their Music Scholarship Concert.
PEORIA - Staff Sergeant Travis Mills will be showing his documentary at the Peoria Riverfront Museum Monday evening.
Police are on the lookout for 21-year-old Adrian Jackson
PEORIA - Members of the Peoria Push Derby Dames say they have seen a rise in popularity since the team started in 2010.
PEORIA - Derick Leibel used a flash mob to propose to his girlfriend, Chelsee Wineburner
PEORIA - This is the 22nd year the Peoria Jaycees have put on the beer fest.
Helping businesses rebound after the storm
More than 80 volunteers spend their Saturday helping the historic cemetery
Breaking ground ceremony for a local veteran
Preparing... in case disaster strikes
Each year , The Red Cross awards local heroes in the community. They range from life savers to good citizens.
One school in Pekin is honoring its namesake.
UPDATED: Hanna City Man Arrested in Alleged Road Rage Incident
NORMAL - A local no-kill animal shelter enjoyed a classy night of top hats and tails on Friday.
Police have arrested a man in connection with a recent string of car burglaries in Peoria’s Richwoods neighborhood.
A full-scale emergency preparedness exercise is happening tomorrow at the Peoria Airport.
One of the United States most important civil rights advocates gave the keynote speech.
BLOOMINGTON - If you drove down Veterans Parkway on Friday, your eyes were not deceiving you. There were people on top of a Bloomington doughnut shop
Peorian Charged in Vehicle Burglary
EL PASO - Jerry Sax is teaching his Friday afternoon history class with a heavy heart. On Thursday, Sax learned that his former student, 23-year-old Michael Snyder died....
Two Hurt, Driver Hospitalized in House-Car Accident
Bloomington Man Sentenced in Federal Court
Warm temperatures continue to start to the weekend. Rain moving in on Sunday will bring a big cool down next week.
Kickapoo Creek Road and Pottstown Road Closure
The Pekin Police Department holds first-ever "Coffee with a Cop" event.
A Peoria Allergist gives us some tips for coping.
Tax day is April 15.
One man isn't monkeying around about his unique collection.
Class teaches residents how to keep from becoming victims of crime.
Students team up with Washington Middle School to perform a benefit concert.
Peorian Convicted of Second Degree Murder
Pekinite Pleads NOT GUILTY in Stabbing
Peorian Charged with Mob Action
Rural Heyworth Man Found Dead in Mobile Home Fire
Family Dollar Lowers Prices; Closing 370 Stores
School Formula Bill Passes Il. Senate Committee
Bill Expanding Use of Epinephrine in Schools Passes Illinois House
Spring is blooming in East Peoria today. The annual Easter Seals Women’s Auxiliary Fashion Show is showcasing some of the hottest fashion trends of the season.
A multi Grammy award winning artist few into the River City today where he received a rather musical welcome.
Funding Bill Picks Up Local Co Sponsors
The Peoria Police Department is warning residents about a recent string of vehicle burglaries.
Washington Middle School students are teaming up with the Rhythm Kitchen Music Café with a purpose.
The companies we spoke with say they are supporting the local economy and job market.
Tax day is right around the corner, you have just less than a week to file.
NORMAL - A family services agency is celebrating 112 years in the community.
Volunteers needed on Saturday from 9 A.M. to 2 P.M.
BLOOMINGTON - Thousands of Bloomington drivers can prepare for a longer commute, starting this summer.
NORMAL - The gaping hole in Uptown Circle is destined to become a hotel. And after years of waiting to start work there, the focus is finally starting to shift...
BLOOMINGTON - Twin Cities residents have the chance to get a sparkling smile for free.
BLOOMINGTON - OKGO Restaurant Group, LLC, of Bloomington, announced today that it has finalized a franchise agreement to develop two Moe’s Southwest Grill restaurants in the Peoria area over the next two years.
The Peoria Police Department would like to make the citizens of Peoria aware of a rash of vehicle burglaries that have been occurring in the Richwoods Area of Peoria; this includes the neighborhoods with the boundaries of McClure Ave north between Knoxville and University and the neighborhoods boarding War Memorial Dr., Northmoor and University.
CBS today announced that Stephen Colbert will succeed David Letterman as the host of THE LATE SHOW, effective when Mr. Letterman retires from the broadcast
Wants to protect family before the next storm
Molding young minds to make a better community
Reads to children at the Carver Center
Pulse of Peoria had the rare opportunity to learn from one of the world's most famous drumlines.
Bloomington Man Indicted in Stabbing Case
Canton Man Sentenced on Drug Case
USHL Approves Expansion to Bloomington
Schock Seeks Prosecution of Former IRS Official
LaHood, Barickman Help Pass Bipartisan Disaster Assistance Bill
Illinois Senators Pass Patent Troll Legislation
Lane Closures on I 74 Project
Caterpillar Maintains Quarterly Dividend
Would connect 14 state colleges and universities
Giving coroners increased access to information.
Spokesman Jay Groves says ISU has thousands of computers scattered across campus, but many haven't been in use for years.
One Unity Point Health Methodist volunteer is being honored for his more than 21,000 hours of service.
The Bradley speech team is coming back to Illinois with a trophy this week.
A Peoria man is in jail and his girlfriend is in the hospital, she’s the latest victim of a city shooting.
The country's most talented work dogs will be at Three Sisters Park this weekend.
With the rooms filling up with, the township bought Illinois State's old recreation center in June, before an anticipated influx of Baby Boomers comes through,
BLOOMINGTON - After receiving a city record fine for serving underage patrons last year, a Bloomington bar is in hot water again.
This week is National Crime Victims' Rights week, where victims and advocates of victims' rights are highlighted.
Group Curbing Alcohol Use