Group discusses a series of hot-button topics.
NORMAL - According to the American Heart Association, heart disease strikes someone every 34 seconds, and those who get the disease aren't always the people you'd think.
A scary moment for students on Illinois State University's campus.
NORMAL - You can add another reminder to that chillier weather, that fall is coming: scarecrows.
Illinois republican candidates travel across the state to talk to potential voters
Bloomington Mom Accused of Battering Five Week Old
Peorian Sentenced for Threatening Policeman
Peorian Pleads Guilty to Carjacking
Pekin Driver Cited After Car Found in Local Lake
Peoria and Bloomington Health Centers Receive Funding
Rauner Receives NFIB Endorsement
Road Closure; Boil Order Lifted
Bridge Repair and Intersection Work (UPDATE)
To help raise money for Muscular Dystrophy Association
Caterpillar Partners with CWTC
Independently owned stores are on the rise again
Homeownership program making it more affordable for veterans to buy a home
Rock Island running back Prince Gbeddeh is still at OSF St. Francis Medical Center here in Peoria, and Manual plans to raise money at tonight’s game against Peoria High School.
Ten local schools raise money for military veterans to take a trip to Washington D.C. to visit memorials.
Funding for expanding primary care
The law dramatically strengthened the country’s criminal justice response to violence against women.
PEORIA - Change 150 is holding its first of three town hall meetings.
The university unveiled its first children's book starring their loveable mascot.
Public Works Departments from across Illinois competed in the 24th annual event.
Twin City home sales are down by 16.5%.
Bart Arthur says he will step down at the end of the school year.
Pekin Police say texting is to blame.
Speaking of money, the Peoria County Board tonight finalizes the ratified contract for the county corrections officers.
Central Illinois Chapter of the American Red Cross
PEORIA - One flag after the next adorn the Bradley university campus today.
Providing Grants to Local Police Forces
PEORIA - One month after the shooting death of a Missouri teenager by a police officer, discussions continue across the nation, including in central Illinois, regarding police tactics.
Fox News Poll: GOP Has Advantage in Elections
It appears the Galesburg superintendent is resigning. That's according to emails obtained today.
Normal Resident Named in Three Drug Charges
Illinois American Water Completes Repairs
Corn and Soybean Production Update
Two Million Dollar Grant for Peoria Airport
U of I Approves $5.6 Billion Budget
Car Pulled from Sunset Lake in Pekin
Spring Bay Driver Charged with DUI
Farm store moves to a new location in Morton
Water main break on Willow Knolls Drive
BLOOMINGTON - The city of Bloomington took a moment Thursday to remember Sept. 11.
The fourth annual @Midwest social media conference highlights practical online skills, to help build a presence on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
BLOOMINGTON - Mayor Tari Renner believes he has found the newest city council member.
Galesburg schools will remain six days shy of the state requirement.
After a health, life, and safety assessment, Bloomington’s District 87 has a number of projects and infrastructure issues they have to address in the next 10 years.
Glen Oak Christian Church volunteers provide snack packs to students at two local schools.
The strike caused students to miss school, and now RESTORE 174 want those days back.