Glenn Elementary teacher pleads not guilty to sex abuse charges

BLOOMINGTON (WEEK) — A Glenn Elementary Teacher has pleaded not guilty to charges he molested two first graders who were in his class in 2004 and 2017. According to our

Unit 5 is looking to hire bus drivers

BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL (WEEK) – Unit 5 in Bloomington-Normal is in need of school bus drivers. That’s why they held a special event Tuesday night to give

St. Jude Runners Are Off!

The Memphis to Peoria runners boarded buses this morning headed for Tennessee. When they get there,.they’ll turn around and start running until they arrive back

Beneficial Rain Over the Weekend…But

Beneficial Rain Over the Weekend…But

Good news, bad news.  The good news, thunderstorms will bring much needed rain to the regional through Sunday.  The bad

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Potholes & diversity top list of voter desires for new city council

Change isn’t just around the horseshoe; it’s around the corner. Early voting is underway and in just over 24 hours,

Limestone teacher accused of sexual harassment, lawsuit filed against school district

 UPDATE: Peoria County Sheriff Brian Asbell confirms his department will be handling the criminal case. An order of protection

Sweet Kids Cruise-in car show

Creve Coeur (WEEK) – Some rode in style today for a good cause at the 9th Annual Sweet Kids Cruise-In

Washington Arts Festival

Washington (WEEK) – One popular community event took place this weekend at Washington Park the 11th annual Washington Arts Festival.

63-year-old woman named as Peoria’s 16th homicide

63-year-old Theresa Ann Simmons died Saturday afternoon, less than a week after Peoria Police say she was found in her