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  • MAN Found dead in parking lot of adult entertainment store

    MAN Found dead in parking lot of adult entertainment store

    Saturday, July 21 2018 10:14 PM EDT2018-07-22 02:14:52 GMT

    Peoria County Coronor Jamie Harwood says an unidentified man in his 40's was found dead in the parking lot of Lover's Playground adult entertainment store located on 335 SW. Adams St.

    Peoria County Coronor Jamie Harwood says an unidentified man in his 40's was found dead in the parking lot of Lover's Playground adult entertainment store located on 335 SW. Adams St.

  • Clifford Andersen found guilty of killing sister-in-law in 2016

    Clifford Andersen found guilty of killing sister-in-law in 2016

    Friday, July 20 2018 5:32 PM EDT2018-07-20 21:32:15 GMT

    Clifford Andersen of Standard, Ill. was found guilty of murdering his sister-in-law by a Putnam County jury Friday. Andersen was charged with killing Deborah Dewey and burying her body in a shallow grave in the yard of a vacant house in Standard. 

    Clifford Andersen of Standard, Ill. was found guilty of murdering his sister-in-law by a Putnam County jury Friday. Andersen was charged with killing Deborah Dewey and burying her body in a shallow grave in the yard of a vacant house in Standard. 

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Peoria Christian Center celebrates 70 years Video included

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The Peoria Christian Center celebrated its 70th birthday Saturday. 

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Mom of activist killed by Israeli operated CAT bulldozer protests company Video included

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A mother whose daughter was killed overseas in 2003 protested in Peoria. 

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Expungement summit gives those with a record a chance to start fresh Video included

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Felonies can stay on your criminal record your whole life and stop you from the opportunities life may have for you, but one state representative is looking to give residents a second chance at life.

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Anti-violence rally in Bloomington Video included

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The Black Lives Matter Group of Bloomington-Normal held an anti-violence rally Friday in response to the recent violence in the area.  

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Who responds to first responders Video included

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Who responds to first responders? It's a question perhaps often overlooked; especially during tough weeks for the brave men and women in Central Illinois. Yes, police and fire are often..

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Lane closures on Illinois 29

More road closures -- Pekin Ill. More road closures -- Pekin Ill.
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The Illinois Department of Transportation announces more lane closures coming to Pekin; beginning July 26 along north bound Illinois 29 at the Interstate 474 interchange.  Closures will be used to aid in bridge painting.  

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Janus v. AFSCME Council 31

AG Lisa Madigan discusses what changed after the U.S. Supreme Court decision

What changed after the Janus case? What changed after the Janus case?
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After the Janus v. AFSCME Council 31 case in the U.S. Supreme court on public sector unions, clarification needed to be made for Illinois public bodies, school districts and other public employers.  

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Standoff situation over: man transported to area hospital peacefully

Police operation on Forrest Hill between Gale and Dries lane. Avoid the area. Police operation on Forrest Hill between Gale and Dries lane. Avoid the area.
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There is a heavy police presence in the area of Forrest Hill and Gale in Peoria. Police report a potentially suicidal subject in a home. Police are blocking off some road access. This is a developing story. 

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Protest to demand change Video included

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Luis Cruz died Thursday morning in an officer-involved shooting. Now his family is raising questions about his death.  

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Crosscheck program not in use here in Illinois Video included

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Illinois hasn't used a national voter registration program for over a year, but the Governor's veto means our elections staffers can still access it. 

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Peoria Police clarify details of 'officer-involved shooting' Video included

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One man is dead and five Peoria police officers are on 'critical incident leave' after an officer involved shooting just after midnight on Thursday.

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Illinois Payroll takes a leap

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The Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) announced today that the unemployment rate held steady at 4.3 percent in June and non-farm payrolls increased by +18,100 jobs over-the-month. 

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Peoria Police Chief addresses the city about police involved shooting

Statement from Police Chief Loren Marion

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According to the Police Chief Loren Marion Officer involved shooting occurred at 7/19/2018.  Peoria Police Officers conducted a routine traffic stop of a vehicle occupied by Luis Cruz. 

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UPDATE: Coroner identified subject in early morning officer-involved shooting

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Illinois State Police are investigating another officer-involved shooting in Peoria. 

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Deadly fire: protocol over proximity Video included

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In a follow up to the deadly house fire that took the life of a four year old boy, today we learned John Bankes III died of smoke inhalation.  The outcome of this has been heartbreaking for everyone involved, including the first responders who found the boy.  While there are still many unanswered questions, today we wanted to know why a closer fire department was not called in. As we found out, even in life and death situations, sometimes protocol takes precedence ove...

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Family, friends hold candlelight vigil for Bloomington man killed this week Video included

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A vigil was held for Bloomington man Quantez Brown who was fatally stabbed on Tuesday. 

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Pekin girl's sharp-shooting scores scholarship and sets a record Video included

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A young lady from Pekin started trap shooting at the age of 12. Now 19, she's the Illinois State Champion...

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Bloomington High School Finishing Up Renovations

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Bloomington High School is nearing completion of a $4.5 million renovation project. The project focuses on the school's fine arts department. This means renovations and additions are being made to the choir, orchestra, and band rooms. Principal Tim Moore says investment in the fine arts creates a better student a experience. He added that not all students are passionate about topics like math, science, and social studies.  "The value for us is not necessarily they win troph... More>>

Pinball machine hits jackpot with patients at Children's Hospital of Illinois

These children surge around their new pinball machine, part of Project Pinball to help kids recover during hospital stays. These children surge around their new pinball machine, part of Project Pinball to help kids recover during hospital stays.
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Who needs a PlayStation when you have Guardians of the Galaxy pinball? Patients at Children's Hospital of Illinois didn't seem to mind the throwback Wednesday, crowding around the new machine game after game.

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Man stabs himself after conviction in Bloomington court

Johnny Icard--suspect in sexual assault case. Johnny Icard--suspect in sexual assault case.
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The McLean County Sheriff confirmed that after the guilty verdict was read, the convicted man pulled out a knife and stabbed himself in the stomach.  After the verdict was read and the jury was dismissed the judge Johnny Icard's bond.  

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UPDATE: Cause of death found in four year old.

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According to Jamie Harwood, Peoria County Coroner, the cause of death from four year old John Bankes, III has been found after autopsy.  The cause demonstrates that the boy died from smoke inhalation, and the burns he sustained were mostly caused post mortem.  

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Commemorative design selected by

Illinois State Police celebrates 100 years

Third Place selection; Lynsey Hause from Alhambra, Illinois Third Place selection; Lynsey Hause from Alhambra, Illinois
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In honor of the Illinois State Police 100th anniversary, the Illinois State Police Heritage Foundation announced the 100th Anniversary Logo Design Contest.  Over 240 designs were submitted to the ISP Centennial Committee. 

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New beginnings for Peoria's North Valley Video included

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A new Habitat for Humanity project is taking over Peoria's Historic North Valley. 

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Teachers needed in Peoria Video included

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Teachers needed in Peoria as school starts in less than a month.

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Bridgestone plans to bring new jobs to Normal through $12 million investment

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Bridgestone Tires is just the latest fortune 500 company investing further in Bloomington-Normal. 

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Local gun owners react to new laws

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On Monday, Illinois governor Bruce Rauner signed two new pieces of gun control into law.   Tyler, one those laws allows firearms to be taken from their owner if deemed a danger to themselves or others. Under the "Lethal Order Protection Act", an emergency order can be requested by police or family members, pending approval by a judge.  Also signed into law was a bill that now requires a three day waiting period for all gun buys. One gun owner calls it punish...

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RECALL: Hy-vee spring pasta salad

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Hy-Vee stores are voluntarily recalling its 'Spring Pasta Salad' because of a potential Salmonella contamination. A release from the store cites about 20 cases of the illness reported in Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa.

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Day 7 of the Deborah Dewey's trial

Forensic expert testified in murder trial

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Dewey's brother-in-law, 68-year-old Clifford Anderson is accused of beating her to death.  Today in Court, a forensic expert testified that Dewey's body was wrapped quickly after she was killed back in August of 2016.  

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Both bills directed at speeding up rebuild of Quincy Home for Veterans'

Governor Rauner signs two veterans home bills

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Governor Bruce Rauner finally signed two state bills into law aimed at protecting veterans at state homes and cutting red tape on future construction projects, allowing administration to move quickly in building a new veterans campus. These bills were sponsored by State Senator Tom Cullerton (D-Villa Park).   “We’re building a brand new facility and making sure our veterans have a safe place to call home,” Rauner said. “Building this new facility sho... More>>

Suspect found in connection to shots fired at Red Roof Inn

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July 5, 2018 at approximately 1:29 a.m. Peoria Police responded to a report of multiple shots fired at the Red Roof Inn on War Memorial Drive.  Shortly there after two victims were found with gunshot wounds and arrived at a local hospital via private vehicle.  During the investigation detectives gathered information that led to the identification of suspect Mickael D. Williams, age 19.  On July 11, 2018, officers took Williams into custody without incident in the 2400...

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Stabbing occurred Tuesday 0143 a.m.

Suspect arrested in Bloomington homicide

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According to the Bloomington Police Department, at approximately 0134 a.m. police were dispatched to the 400 block of N. Roosevelt for a report of a stabbing.  An adult male later identified as Quantez Brown, 24, arrived at an area hospital with a life-threatening stab wound.   A female suspect was identified as Lelia Jackson, 22.  Evidently, Brown and Jackson were acquaintances which engaged in a verbal argument prior to Brown being stabbed.  The investigati...

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Suspects arrested in connection to Peoria homicide

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A man has been arrested on a First Degree Murder charge. Peoria Police confirmed Ty E. Pullen was arrested in connection with the shooting death of Terence Stone on July 8th.  Stone was shot once in the mid section and twice in the lower back around 9:15 PM in the 900 block of Nebraska.  Police have not given any other information surrounding Pullen's arrest. His jail record shows two other charges including Obstructing Justice/Destroying Evidence. 

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Judge acquits man of attempted murder, convicts him in home invasion

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41-year-old Alfred Walker was acquitted of attempted murder, but found guilty  in a McLean County home invasion. Walker was in court Tuesday where he was found guilty on two counts of home invasion with a firearm, one count of aggravated battery/aggravated discharge of a firearm, one count of armed robbery, and one count of aggravated discharge of a firearm.  The clerk's office confirmed his sentencing date is Sept. 4.  The Pantagraph reports Walker was part of a hom... More>>

Buena Vista and Treasure vicinity

UPDATE: Four-year-old boy dies in Bartonville fire Video included

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Bartonville Police and Fire were dispatched to a fire on 300 block of Buena Vista Street near the  vicinity of Treasure Ave.   Trivoli, and Pekin are both on standby at this time in the event assistance is needed.  We will be updating this story as we get more information. 

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Hiring Event to take place at Peoria Public Schools

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From 11 AM-3 PM Tuesday, July 17, the Peoria Public School District will hold a hiring event. 

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Four in custody after armed robbery at LaSalle County Walgreens

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An early morning armed robbery in LaSalle County leads to a police chase, ending with four people being taken into custody on Interstate 39 in Marshall County. 

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Man shot in the ankle in Peoria

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Peoria Police are investigating an overnight shooting that left one person injured.

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City of Peoria ends contract with River Trail Apartment Complex developer

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A controversial apartment complex project will not continue in Peoria.....for now.

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The Heart of Illinois Fair kicks off this week Video included

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A week full of rides, animals, elephant ears and fun at the Heart of Illinois Fair.  The fair is kicking off its 69th year this week. 

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Multi-sport complex study finds economic benefits for Bloomington-Normal

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A special session in Bloomington-Normal gave residents and respective council members a chance to hear the results of a study they commissioned months ago to know whether a multi-sport complex would benefit the cities.

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The Latest: Trump tweets US, Russia 'must get along'

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President Donald Trump is claiming credit for bolstering NATO as he heads into a day of meetings with Russia's Vladimir Putin. More>>

Threat management expert talks safety at Dunlap High School Video included

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In just over a month many schools are getting ready to reopen their doors.   School safety is just one of many areas  educators hope to refine.   Educators and law enforcement want to try and make sure they're prepare just in case the reality of a school shooting would ever hit home.  Workshop speaker Dr.Gene Deisinger  believes some school shootings may have been prevented if people with key information about the suspect's behavior would pass it on to police... More>>

Heat and pregnancy: what you need to know to stay safe

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Cooler weather may be coming, but summer isn't even half over yet. That said, if you're an expecting mother, you've likely been 'sweating for two' after all of our 90-degree days. Here's what you need to know.

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OSF puts on Poverty Simulation

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According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 12.7 percent of Americans live at or below the poverty line.  Poverty is also an issue here in Central Illinois. In Peoria County alone, nearly 28,000 residents deal with poverty.  Given their large footprint and direct interaction with a lot of different patients, OSF Healthcare decided their staff needed to get a deeper understanding of poverty.  "It's an eye opening awareness of how the system works, for individ... More>>

Tours begin regularly--Monday thru Sunday

Governors Mansion open to the public

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The Illinois Governor's Mansion re-opened to the public with a ceremony and first look at the renovation on July 14, 2018.  The $15 million renovation project started over two years ago and the Rauners were joined by Mansion Curator, Justin Blandford, to unlock the front door.  “The driving force behind this project was a promise to make the Governor’s Mansion a place that the people of Illinois could be proud of, and Diana and I are truly thrilled with the outc... More>>

Western Illinois University announces major reorganization

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Western Illinois University is revamping its majors and programs in an effort to help grow the institution.  

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Kinzinger: Putin is not our friend

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Without referring to President Donald Trump by name, U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger had some strong words Monday following the president's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.  

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Projects in 35 states will help build rural prosperity

Rural water improvement should help 250,000 people

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Assistant to the Secretary fro Rural Development, Anne Hazlett, announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture is investing $267 million in 103 infrastructure projects to upgrade water and waste water systems in rural communities. 

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ISU to require clear bags at games starting next season

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Illinois State University's athletics department is installing a new clear bag policy as a safety measure for fans attending games at Hancock Stadium and Redbird Arena. 

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Duckworth: Trump meeting with Putin "shocking and disgraceful"

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U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) is blasting President Donald Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki Monday, calling it "shocking and disgraceful." 

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Large scale dental care going to help thousands

Mission of mercy--dental care in Springfield

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Illinois state dental society Foundation is going to sponsor the Illinois Mission of Mercy.  Friday, July 20 and Saturday, July 21 at Bank of Springfield Center will be hosting the Mission of Mercy dental clinic.  The Bank of Springfield center will be transforming into a large-scale dental clinic treating adults and children who have limited financial resources or are otherwise unable to visit a dental office. In past years this mission has served over 2,000 patients ...

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"Waiting period" on all Illinois firearms purchases extended Video included

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Starting January 1, you'll have to wait three days after buying a gun in Illinois before you receive your new purchase. ...

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Rauner signs "Red Flag" firearms bill into law

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Gov. Bruce Rauner took action on gun legislation Monday, signing into law a bill allowing families to restrict access to a loved one's access to their guns in some circumstances.  

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Man killed by Chicago police ran away, reached for waist

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Chicago Police say body cameras worn by officers and surveillance cameras shows the man shot and killed a police officer was armed with what appeared to be a handgun. More>>

Washington woman sues McDonald's for illness after eating salads

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A Washington woman is suing McDonald's after she said she got sick eating their salads. 

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Jay Leno coming to Peoria this fall

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Comedian and former "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno is coming to Peoria.  Leno will take the Peoria Civic Center's theater stage on Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. 

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Pontiac man life-flighted to Peoria after car crash

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A Pontiac man was life-flighted to OSF Saint Francis after a traffic accident near Streator. 

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Normal Hosts 35th Annual Sugar Creek Festival Video included

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Today in Normal, 130 artists from around the country showed off their work at the Sugar Creek Festival.  The two day event featured live music, gourmet food, a wine tent, and a variety of art displays. 

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Cancer survivor fights for others facing disease

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Carson Ladage was just 4-years-old when he was diagnosed with a brain stem tumor. 

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Andy's Diner Closes Its Doors Video included

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After serving Pekin residents for over six decades, Andy's Diner took their last orders on Sunday. 

While their diner menu of food like eggs and hash browns was simple, their warm atmosphere kept customers coming back day after day.

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Creve Coeur kids play billiards, win championships Video included

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Billiards can often be associated with things like hustling and dive bars but for some Creve Couer kids, it is a passion they are mastering together.

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Cardinals look for spark after manager's shock firing

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Some St. Louis Cardinals players say they bear some responsibility for the sudden firing of manager Mike Matheny. More>>

Washington PD cracking down on distracted drivers Video included

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No more D-T-T! If you don't know what that stands for it's 'driving while texting or talking.' The Washington Police Department put out a recent tweet saying quote "We're enforcing d

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Raising money for St. Jude close to home for one family that holds yearly fundraiser Video included

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The 16th annual Herberger Open — a croquet tournament to raise funds for St. Jude — took place Saturday in Mackinaw.

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Kids' Muddy Madness raises funds for St. Jude Video included

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Dozens of kids got down and dirty Saturday for a good cause at the Kids' Muddy Madness for St. Jude run. 

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Unite Fest looks to bring community together to focus on good Video included

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The 20-18 unite fest is looking to bring River City residents and everyone from across Central Illinois, together to raise funds, have fun and focus on the good, over the bad. 

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Peoria male mentoring program reaches youth, helps them prosper Video included

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Helping change mindsets and seeing the bigger picture of life, is the reason why An Emergency Call of Action initiative was started.  

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Expanded Tanners Orchard to open July 30

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Tanners Orchard is opening later this month, with a brand new Farm Market.  

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  • Illinois cited in Russian election indictments

    Illinois cited in Russian election indictments

    Friday, July 13 2018 11:57 PM EDT2018-07-14 03:57:42 GMT
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    State elections leaders say the Justice Department's indictments confirm what they suspected for two years.

    State elections leaders say the Justice Department's indictments confirm what they suspected for two years.

  • Advocate Eureka Hospital to offer classes

    Mental health first aid offered to Peoria area residents

    Mental health first aid offered to Peoria area residents

    Friday, July 13 2018 11:10 PM EDT2018-07-14 03:10:37 GMT

    Advocate Eureka Hospital will offer a mental health first aid course.  Most people are unaware of what it takes to help someone with mental health problems.  

    Advocate Eureka Hospital will offer a mental health first aid course.  Most people are unaware of what it takes to help someone with mental health problems.  

  • With love, Skylar

    With love, Skylar

    Friday, July 13 2018 10:26 PM EDT2018-07-14 02:26:10 GMT

    One of the officers who work for the Fon du Lac Park District Police found a message to a loved one in heaven.  

    One of the officers who work for the Fon du Lac Park District Police found a message to a loved one in heaven.  

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  • Survivor recounts boat accident that killed 9 family members

    Survivor recounts boat accident that killed 9 family members

    Saturday, July 21 2018 12:18 AM EDT2018-07-21 04:18:42 GMT
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    (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel). People pray outside Ride the Ducks, an amphibious tour operator involved in a boating accident on Table Rock Lake, Friday, July 20, 2018 in Branson, Mo.(AP Photo/Charlie Riedel). People pray outside Ride the Ducks, an amphibious tour operator involved in a boating accident on Table Rock Lake, Friday, July 20, 2018 in Branson, Mo.
    More than half of the 17 people killed when a tourist boat sank on a Branson lake were members of the same Indiana family, and they likely wouldn't have been on the ill-fated trip but for a ticket mix-up.
    More than half of the 17 people killed when a tourist boat sank on a Branson lake were members of the same Indiana family, and they likely wouldn't have been on the ill-fated trip but for a ticket mix-up.
  • Gunman in LA supermarket standoff arrested for murder

    Gunman in LA supermarket standoff arrested for murder

    Sunday, July 22 2018 8:49 AM EDT2018-07-22 12:49:23 GMT
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    (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes). Los Angeles Police SWAT officers escort a group of people who were held for their safety by police across businesses surrounding a Trader Joe's supermarket, after a gunman held dozens of people hostage inside the store bef...(AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes). Los Angeles Police SWAT officers escort a group of people who were held for their safety by police across businesses surrounding a Trader Joe's supermarket, after a gunman held dozens of people hostage inside the store bef...
    Police say they're trying to determine what prompted a man to shoot his grandmother and then run into a busy Los Angeles supermarket and hold dozens of people hostage for hours.
    Police say they're trying to determine what prompted a man to shoot his grandmother and then run into a busy Los Angeles supermarket and hold dozens of people hostage for hours.
  • 'Equalizer 2' squeaks past 'Mamma Mia 2' and takes top spot

    'Equalizer 2' squeaks past 'Mamma Mia 2' and takes top spot

    Sunday, July 22 2018 12:24 PM EDT2018-07-22 16:24:27 GMT
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    (Glen Wilson/Sony, Columbia Pictures via AP). This image released by Columbia Pictures shows Denzel Washington in a scene from "Equalizer 2."(Glen Wilson/Sony, Columbia Pictures via AP). This image released by Columbia Pictures shows Denzel Washington in a scene from "Equalizer 2."
    In the battle of two very different sequels at the box office this weekend, Denzel Washington's action pic "The Equalizer 2" has narrowly won out over the ABBA jukebox musical "Mamma Mia".
    In the battle of two very different sequels at the box office this weekend, Denzel Washington's action pic "The Equalizer 2" has narrowly won out over the ABBA jukebox musical "Mamma Mia".
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