U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos (D-Moline) said she wants to see Betsy Dirksen Londrigan enter round 2 in the campaign ring with Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Taylorville). Bustos, the newly-minted head of
The Normal West girls junior varsity team has been through a tough week. Wednesday night on the way home from a game in Champaign, the
The Normal West Junior Varsity girls basketball team will take the floor Saturday morning. They were in a horrific bus crash that killed two men
A therapy dog at Bloomington Jr. High School has touched the lives of hundreds of kids. Now, he needs help – because health issues are
A Sugar Creek Elementary 4th grader was hit by a vehicle Tuesday afternoon.
You can now fly to Orlando or Denver from the Central Illinois Regional Airport in Bloomington.
One person was taken to the hospital after a shooting Tuesday morning in Bloomington.
Bloomington Police responded to a call of a man threatening people on West Locust Street Sunday morning, a situation they say turned critical upon their arrival.
Police are near West Locust street in Bloomington on reports of a possible hostage barricaded inside a building.
If you’ve been on War Memorial Drive in Peoria recently, perhaps you found yourself doing a double take after passing a certain sign.
A Bloomington city leader wants to use college students to help streamline printed materials, while also looking at whether eminent domain is appropriate downtown.
Peoria residents are reacting to the city’s 14th homicide that happened early Sunday morning, and we are now slowly learning more about the events that took place, leaving a 25-year-old man dead.
What Bloomington should do with the historic former Bloomington High School building, finished in 1917, and if they should sell land to the Boys & Girls Club were some of the items on the council agenda Monday.
"Rain or shine, the event goes on," quipped Katie Parker, a director and organizer for the Susan G. Komen foundation, "and it certainly rainy today but we’re out here, breast cancer diagnosis doesn’t wait for weather and we don’t either." Komen was one of dozens of people helping spearhead the Bloomington Race for the Cure on a gray and rainy Saturday morning, and she wouldn’t have it any other way.