• Interview: Proctor Hospital's Recovery Walks!

    Monday, Aug 26 at 7:37 PM

    Abuse of tobacco, alcohol and illicit drugs cost our country over $600 billion a year. That is only the financial burden; the cost to individuals and families is even greater.

  • Interview: Collins Bros. Difference Golf Outing

    Brothers host golf outing to raise money to help buy children Christmas gifts.

  • Interview: Old Fashioned Threshing Show

    Mapleton is the place to be this weekend for farmers and tractor lovers alike. Dan Smith and Wayne Oldfield with the River Valley Antique Association sat down with News 25’s Ashley McNamee to talk about the old fashioned threshing show.

  • Interview: Illinois Blues Festival

    Music artists from across the country are converging on Peoria for a weekend full of blues. Jack Manis with the Illinois Blues Festival sat down with News 25’s Ashley McNamee with more on the annual event.

  • Interview: Stock market break down 8/16/13

    U.S. stocks declined Friday, with a late-day sell-off sending the Dow average to its biggest weekly slide in more than a year.

  • Interview: Fulton County Abate Motorcycle Rodeo

    Fulton County is the place to be this weekend for motorcycle lovers. Judy English and Kevin Leasman sat down with News 25’s Ashley McNamee to talk about the Fulton County Abate Motorcycle Rodeo.

  • Interview: Polo on the Green & Blue Jean Fundraiser

    A full day of events is set for this weekend at Weaver Farms in Peoria, including a polo match.

  • Interview: Duck Race

    The Center for Prevention of Abuse has been helping victims of abuse for decades. The center's biggest fundraiser, the annual Duck Race, will celebrate its 25th year next Saturday and this year here are new events to celebrate that milestone.

  • Interview: ALS Awareness 5K Run/Walk

    ALS is a neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the spine and brain. While there is no cure, progress is being made toward a cure.

  • Peoria residents celebrate National Night Out Against Crime

    PEORIA, Ill. -- Neighborhoods across the river city are joining a national effort to take back their streets from crime.