UPDATE: 4:26 p.m. – Peoria County Coroner, Jamie Harwood, has identified the woman shot and killed on Peoria’s south side Sunday afternoon. The woman’s name is Jaylin Jenae Williams of
UPDATE: 4:26 p.m. – Peoria County Coroner, Jamie Harwood, has identified the woman shot and killed on Peoria’s south side Sunday afternoon. The woman’s name
Alexis Scott went missing almost two years ago. It will be exactly two years on Monday, September 23rd. A group in Peoria is still fighting
PEORIA (WEEK) — An order of protection has been filed against a Peoria Police officer arrested Thursday night. Officer Larry Pearson-Boswell, 26 years old, was
PEORIA (WEEK) — Last year a Peoria couple opened a lounge-style bar and art gallery they named Casa de Arte to give local artists a place to
PEORIA (WEEK) – The Superintendent at the Peoria County Sheriff’s Office is celebrating her work anniversary and is using it to hopefully inspire young people
The OSF HealthCare Children’s Hospital of Illinois has a new president. Mike Wells originally joined OSF Children’s Hospital in 2005 as the director of the
FULTON COUNTY (WEEK) — A 10-minute, high-speed chase netted a Peoria man a trip to the Fulton County Jail on Monday. At about 5:20 p.m.
PEORIA (WEEK) — A one-vehicle crash in downtown Peoria left one injured and utility poles and traffic lights damaged Tuesday. The driver of the vehicle
The 14-year old accused of murdering Zarious Fair was in court again today. His lawyer says his client needs a re-arraignment. Attorney William Loeffel argues
PEORIA (WEEK) — A Tuesday morning fire left about $10,000 in damage to a detached garage in central Peoria. Hot coals in a garbage can
West Prairie HS –18 vs. Abingdon-Avon HS – 48 Danville HS – 0 vs. Bloomington HS – 36 Manteno HS – 32 vs. Canton – 47 Peoria HS – 96 vs. Centennial – 14 Heyworth HS
JACKSONVILLE, FL. (WEEK) – As of Monday night, Hurricane Dorian had already claimed the lives of five people in the Bahamas, as the storm remained
Tristan Popadziuk said the CxT Coffee business started as a passion amongst family. He said they would sit around and enjoy coffee with each other
PEORIA HEIGHTS (WEEK) – $1,835 was raised for the Alzheimer’s Association as people took to the water off the Illinois River in homemade cardboard boats.