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  • Fourth teen charged in latest shooting death

    Saturday, Nov 2 at 9:34 AM

    PEORIA, Ill. -- On Monday, the fourth and what police say is likely the final suspect in last week's fatal shooting was charged.

  • Brighten A Child's Life Greeting Card Contest

    PEORIA, Ill. -- Nine area students are being honored by CEFCU and Children’s Hospital of Illinois for having their designs selected for the 2011 Brighten A Child’s Life holiday greeting card program.

  • JAMFEST invades Peoria Civic Center

    One of the nation's most popular cheer and dance competitions made a stop at the Peoria Civic Center on Saturday.

  • CornBelters Re-Sign Four Pitchers, Trade for Outfielder

    Normal, IL - The Normal CornBelters, presented by Illinois Corn Farmers, announce that LHP Donald Furrow, RHP Dan Blewett, RHP Brett Lester, and RHP Greg Lane have re-signed with the CornBelters for the 2011 season.

  • Miss America has Ties to Central Illinois

    America has been buzzing since last weekend about the poise of the new Miss America. 17-year-old Teresa Scanlan was crowned Saturday night, the youngest Miss America in 70 years.

  • Salvation Army's Red Kettles

    If you have been to any area store lately, chances are you noticed the Salvation Army's red kettles out front. Last year's red kettle campaign brought in over 250-thousand dollars.

  • Caution: Slippery Roads

    Area motorists are advised to be careful-- There have been reports of several fender benders due to slippery road conditions.

  • Peoria International Airport Travel Tips

    The General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport is offering some tips to help make your holiday travel easy and convenient.

  • Bloomington Fatal Hit and Run Accident

    Bloomington, IL --The Bloomington police department is investigating a Hit & Run accident in the 400 block of South Madison street that happened Sunday evening.

  • Future of Energy Remains Cloudy

    There is a lot of talk about wind energy and "FutureGen," the clean coal plant, as being the future of energy in Illinois. But, the state of Illinois gets a majority of its electrical power from nuclear energy. Surprised?