The clock is ticking for state lawmakers to finalize the budget, but local leaders are calling for some major revisions.
Japanese manufacturer Takata is now acknowledging its air bags are defective.
The Peoria Police Department is getting ready to test its newest addition to ShotSpotter, its gunfire detector.
WASHINGTON - It's hard to believe it's been a year and a half since a tornado struck Central Illinois.
Two separate juries found Johnnie Lee Savory guilty for the killings of James Robinson, Jr. and Connie Cooper.
PEORIA - Landing a job - the thought lingers on a student's mind for years. And good grades or internships are only half the battle. Interviewing - is where your knowledge of yourself and your interests are put to the test.
NORMAL - A pair of local leaders will be testifying Tuesday about the future of rail.
The spring weather means more people are enjoying time outside. It's important that you keep an eye out for pedestrians in crosswalks.
Bloomington-Normal is ready for a major long-term investment. It's among the findings from a nine months-long survey taken in the Twin Cities.
Graduation is a little bittersweet for a Twin Cities family. They're so proud their son is about to get that high school diploma, but they're reminded it's a day their daughter never made it to. Still, they're making sure her life is carried out. And their work is making them our CI Heroes.
7th call-in furthers violence free dream
BLOOMINGTON - Habitat for Humanity of McLean County is battling for a neighborhood assist grant from State Farm.
The Rescue 33 ambulance service is speaking out after it says it was taken out of service.
A new 105,000 square foot facility is coming to Bloomington's east side.
A Farmington native and her family are starting to pick up the pieces of their home after a fire destroys most of it.
Senator Dick Durbin (D) says it’s necessary to help Illinois with its budget woes.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is partnering with Bob Evans to launch a spring fundraiser.
The city has already filled about 12,000 potholes since January
There's a reason they're called man's best friend, but sometimes they can bite. In fact, in the greater Peoria area alone, dog bites happen more than 400 times a year.
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Could cause families to lose at home nurses
An early morning shooting injured two people in Peoria.
Packed house at the Carver Center
Hundreds rumble through the city, raising money for Komen
Bringing a little love to Tazewell County
Raising money for Neighborhood House
Peoria County Board appoints Scott Sorrel as the new administrator.
State Senator Darin LaHood announces more than $52 million in funding to improve roads and bridges across Central Illinois.
There are still a lot of unknowns and questions surrounding the case.
Two adults and a baby are taken to the hospital
In a story we’re following up on
The Peoria Police Department recognizes Officer Elizabeth Blair
PONTIAC - Another school district is feeling the pain of delayed dollars from Springfield.
PONTIAC - The Pontiac Police Department reaches a settlement with an officer accused of obstruction of justice.
BLOOMINGTON - An app-based transportation service is inching closer to legal operation in the Twin Cities.
PONTIAC - Central Illinois is working to complete its own high speed rail project from St. Louis to Chicago.
A non-profit brings local organic fruits and vegetables to the food desert
A Pekin company is getting a hefty fine for selling products that aren't approved.
A Peoria man was caught keeping a five foot long American alligator.
Lindsey Mills visits the Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus to see some of the acts setting up for the weekend shows.
A new home is dedicated for people with special needs.
Helps win George Evens Junior High $10,000 grant.
Another case of a drone causing problems on Thursday. The US Secret Service detained a man for trying to fly a small drone over The White House fence. But there's hope drones can be used for good.
BLOOMINGTON - For months, the city of Bloomington has searched for answers to its bulk waste operating deficit.
BLOOMINGTON - When Aaron Schock announced he was resigning from congress, there was no shortage of candidates eyeing the 18th district seat.
Parkview Junior High School students get the chance to put on a show today.
The Peoria City/County Health Department receives a national recognition through the public health accreditation board.
The Illinois Department of Public Health says some people looking to use medical marijuana may want to wait before applying for an I.D. card.
We've been told the Pekin home getting attention for furniture and other items littering the yard will be cleaned up Friday.
The man formerly in charge of Peoria's sister city group should avoid jail time for taking money from it.