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Jones wins in stunning Alabama upset Video included

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An internationally watched Senate election is down to voters in Alabama who will choose between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones. More>>

"Alberta Clippers" Dominate Our Weather

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An "Alberta Clipper" is a name given to a fast moving system which originates in Alberta, Canada.  

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Annual free event draws more than a thousand in Peoria

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The Red Stocking party served hundreds of families Tuesday night in Peoria.

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Net neutrality in jeopardy Video included

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Net neutrality is a common term for current federal regulations that make internet content equally accessible to everyone. Right now, internet service providers must treat all data on the internet the same, which means companies cannot speed up, slow down, block or charge money for their online content.  According to reports, this could change on Thursday, since President Trump's Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants to undo net neutrality rules. Some are concerne...

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LaSalle County men arrested for dropping eggs onto vehicles off I-80 overpass

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Two LaSalle County men face felony charges after allegedly dropping eggs off an Interstate 80 overpass onto vehicles.  

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Rivian to roll out first vehicles in 2020

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Fledgling manufacturer Rivian Automotive has announced their first two automobiles.  

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Illinois women sickened by drug-laced card left on windshield

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An Illinois police department is warning people to be wary of drug-laced white supremacist cards recenlty left on a windshield. 

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Dunlap school board promises transparency in the search for replacing 3 soon-to-be vacancies

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The Dunlap superintendent saga continued Monday during a school board meeting held to discuss community participation. .

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An Old TV or Monitor could bring you some cold cash Video included

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You may be eligible for $20-$60 back in a settlement with TV and video monitor manufacturers.

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Peoria schools Resource officer fired over social media post Video included

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A controversial post on social media costs a school resource officer in Peoria his job.

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Newborns celebrate 1st Christmas Video included

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Spending the holidays in the hospital isn't ideal for most families.  

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Another Shot of Cold Air

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Strong northwest winds and falling temperatures will take our wind chills to single digits Tuesday morning.  

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Affordable Care Act open enrollment ends this Friday

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If you still need to enroll in a health insurance plan for 2018, time is running out.  The 2018 open enrollment period ends at 11 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 15. In past years, a longer enrollment period allowed customers to change their plans in January after receiving their first premium bill. This year, that is no longer an option, making it more important to select the right plan the first time, the Illinois Department of Insurance (DOI) said in a press release.  “We do... More>>

Former nurse wins $5.2m in suit against nursing home

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A Livingston County jury recently awarded a large sum to a local nurse who says she was fired after reporting her nursing home employer was ordering her to "double-dose" patients and cover up injuries.  

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Earth, Wind & Fire to play in Peoria

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Get ready to groove next spring. Earth, Wind & Fire has set a March 25 concert date to play at the Peoria Civic Center.  

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  • Special visit in Normal shows Santa comes in all colors

    Special visit in Normal shows Santa comes in all colors

    Sunday, December 10 2017 11:59 PM EST2017-12-11 04:59:27 GMT
    "It's not about what Santa Claus looks like, it's about the spirit of Christmas," said Santa."It's not about what Santa Claus looks like, it's about the spirit of Christmas," said Santa.
    A very special Santa paid a visit to the town of Normal Sunday, as part of a collaboration between Normal, Uptown Partners and the NAACP. The Uptown Normal Santa's Station featured an African American Santa for the third year, aiming to spread diversity and holiday cheer - and providing an opportunity for everyone to feel like they had a Santa to look for.  "The concept of an African American Santa Claus is not as taboo as it was back then," said Santa, "but it's...
    A very special Santa paid a visit to the town of Normal Sunday, as part of a collaboration between Normal, Uptown Partners and the NAACP. The Uptown Normal Santa's Station featured an African American Santa for the third year, aiming to spread diversity and holiday cheer - and providing an opportunity for everyone to feel like they had a Santa to look for.  "The concept of an African American Santa Claus is not as taboo as it was back then," said Santa, "but it's...
  • Central Illinois kids celebrate Hanukkah with menorah workshop

    Central Illinois kids celebrate Hanukkah with menorah workshop

    Sunday, December 10 2017 11:35 PM EST2017-12-11 04:35:02 GMT
    Supplies of all kinds were on hand at the menorah workshop, helping kids light up the holidaysSupplies of all kinds were on hand at the menorah workshop, helping kids light up the holidays
    People celebrating Hanukkah got to celebrate hands-on on Sunday, when the Chabad Jewish Center, the Jewish Federation PJ Library and Home Depot hosted  a menorah workshop in Peoria. Dozens of kids from around Central Illinois got to make their own menorahs out of wood blocks, nuts, bolts and just about everything they could get their hands on. Rabbi Eli Langsam with the Chabad Jewish Center Peoria says events like the workshop are especially important for the kids. "We do...
    People celebrating Hanukkah got to celebrate hands-on on Sunday, when the Chabad Jewish Center, the Jewish Federation PJ Library and Home Depot hosted  a menorah workshop in Peoria. Dozens of kids from around Central Illinois got to make their own menorahs out of wood blocks, nuts, bolts and just about everything they could get their hands on. Rabbi Eli Langsam with the Chabad Jewish Center Peoria says events like the workshop are especially important for the kids. "We do...
  • Is your car Winter ready?

    Is your car Winter ready?

    Sunday, December 10 2017 9:26 PM EST2017-12-11 02:26:17 GMT
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    Winter's here and that means it's time for some important car maintenance.  .

    Winter's here and that means it's time for some important car maintenance.  .

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