With the school's student population in decline, staff and parents are considering options to increase numbers.
Clouds will hang tough overnight, but warmer temperatures will move into the area this weekend.
Eleven million dollars, that's the budget gap Peoria District 150 is facing this year.
From the President to Illinois' Governor and Governor-elect to state lawmakers, there is an outpouring of condolences for the state Comptroller's passing.
Bradley Hahn, the spokesperson for the office of the Illinois Comptroller, has confirmed that Judy Baar Topinka passed away.
Running Central Gets Top Honor
Lincoln Middle School on Monday
Former Bradley University student named in report.
Council passes zoning rules for medical cannabis dispensaries and cultivation centers.
Supermarket Park project can use money for construction, maintenance.
WASHINGTON - In a 500-page summary of their findings, Senate Democrats detail CIA torture and allege the agency's interrogation of terror suspects was more brutal than officials acknowledged.
Jay Bysina has helped raise over $30,000 to buy toys for kids in need.
'Not In Our Town' kicked off its new campaign to stop hate and bullying.
Through the power of art, students were awarded a tour of the medical center.
Experts say there are less jobs this year than last.
An emergency alert system may have saved her life.
Experts offer their advice on how to stay money smart.
Washington Community High School and the three local grade school are looking for ways to bring in more revenue to fund their education system.
The Warehouse District Gateway Design Competition encourages just about anyone to submit their best design for the downtown development project.
Cloud cover will continue this evening. Sunshine and warmer temperatures return later this week.
A structure will be taken off the top floor of one of the Twin Towers and the area will need to be blocked off.
One man is dead and another is injured after a Marshall County car crash. Now an investigation is underway.
If anyone has a reason to feel down this winter, it’s Rich Massey. Life is a lot different for him these days. Doing anything takes a lot more time and effort than it ever did before. “Couple months, been through a lot. I passed out in my deer stand,” explains Rich Massey.
Dion Graham arrested for attempted murder in Friday night's shooting.
PEKIN - City council is considering what it will cost to test the waters of a new business venture. Asian carp continue to take over the local waterways.
Honored with LEED Gold Certification
WASHINGTON - The safe rooms are built with bricks and reinforced steel door, and they will be used for storms.
More than 60-million Americans use Craigslist each month.
The money originally had been earmarked by State Senator Bill Brady for improvements to McGraw Park near Central Catholic High School.
PONTIAC - Last October, Pontiac Police Officer Casey Kohlmeier and his K-9 partner Draco were killed by a drunk driver, while responding to a call on Interstate 55.
Organizers call this year's campaign a success.
How to get over anxiety and depression during this festive season.
One local Sheriff says changes do little to help police.
Festival of Lights organizers encourage local Winter Wonderland goers come during the week.
For organizations like the Salvation Army, holiday fundraisers bring in enough money to last long past Christmas.
Mostly cloudy, light drizzle & patchy fog continue Monday evening.
A South Carolina man will learn his sentence today for his role in a crash that killed a Pontiac police officer and a K-9.
BLOOMINGTON - The term "interim" has been common place around the Twin Cities for the past year or so. But now, some new leaders are ready to settle in for the long haul.
Giving a card during the holiday season can have a profound effect, on our loved ones, and the impact of a Twin Cities holiday tradition is proving to be far greater for folks they don't even know.
TRIVOLI - Some families turn tree shopping in to an all day experience.
PEORIA - The annual concert is put on by the Bradley University Chorale and the Bradley Chamber Singers.
Mall walkers talk about their routines and reasons for taking part in this kind of exercise.
Looking for Peoria resident Dion Graham.
On Saturday, The Salvation Army kicked off its annual fill the truck event at the East Peoria Wal-Mart.
NORMAL - The Normal Fire Department was stretched near its limit early Saturday by two home fires.
Charity creates gift packages for those in need.
Runners brave the cold to support arthritis.
Athletes from around the state come together for tournament.
Suspect fled on foot
More than 300 people attended the night at the museum.