• Interview: Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes

    Monday, Sep 9 at 11:26 AM

    The American Diabetes Association says nearly 26 million children and adults in the U.S. are living with diabetes. HOI 19's Eric Greene sat down with a student and mother who are stepping out to raise awareness.

  • Interview: KidneyMobile coming to Peoria

    Several local organizations are coming together to bring free mobile kidney screenings to Peoria.

  • Interview: St. Joseph's Nursing Home inaugural auction

    You can get a full dinner and your chance to bid on Jewelry, an iPad, a big screen TV and much more at St. Joseph’s Nursing Home’s inaugural auction.

  • Interview: Havana Oktoberfest

    HAVANA, Ill. -- Cold beer, food, music and a whole lot more will be filling the streets of Havana this weekend.

  • Interview: Bloomington-Normal Race for the Cure

    The Bloomington-Normal Race will offer Suzy’s Garden this year. Racers get pink tulips at registration that will be “planted” throughout the course.

  • Interview: The Heartland Festival Orchestra

    The Heartland Festival Orchestra enters into its fifth season of concerts in September.

  • Interview: 9/11 Heroes Run

    The weekend before September 11 the Twin Cities community will come together to run and remember the heroes of 9/11 as well as those who have served in the military since then.

  • Interview: Redneck Rally

    It’s time to get your redneck on! HOI 19’s Marshanna Hester has more on the Redneck Rally happening this weekend at Three Sister’s Park in Chillicothe.

  • Interview: March on Washington 50th Anniversary

    Rev. Larry Williams of Peoria participated in the March on Washington 50 years ago. He was only 15 years old.

  • Interview: Proctor Hospital's Recovery Walks!

    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.