PEORIA - The vacant Washington School building is now in the hands of the city of Peoria. The Peoria City Council approved the transfer of the vacant building from District 150. It was last used as the district's Adult Education Center in 2010. The city says it currently has no offers and has until the end of August to find
PEORIA - A new change in Peoria's commercial and industrial zones may help bring microbreweries and craft distilleries to the city. The Peoria City Council approved zoning changes at Tuesday night's meeting. Microbreweries and craft distilleries will be allowed in large scale commercial districts, if they provide on site retail. That means the businesses have to sell their product from
PEORIA - The City of Peoria is looking to help business owners who are doing their part to beautify parts of the city. Tuesday night, the Peoria City Council approved incentives for exterior facade improvements in the Warehouse District and parts of Western Avenue. The "Facade Improvement Program" will provide business owners who spend at least one thousand dollars for
WMBD 31 and Fox 43 are your Local Election Headquarters leading up to the primary elections. We'll be hearing from our local county sheriff candidates over the next two weeks on why they think they're best for the job and your vote. We hear from the four candidates, Thomas Hardesty (R) and Jim Kinzer (R) , vying for the MasonCounty
Trans World Entertainment announced Tuesday that f.y.e. for your entertainment will open its newest location on Friday, March 28 in Northwoods Mall. The store will offer a wide range of entertainment products including DVDs, Blu-ray, CDs, headphones, trend/speciality items and retailed accessories. The store will also have a "mix and burn" kiosk where customers can burn customized music CDs in
The trial is underway to determine if the driver of that vehicle that killed Brown acted recklessly or was a victim of circumstances.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of McLean County will host its annual “Bowl for Kids' Sake" Saturday night at Pheasant Lanes in Bloomington.
Dozens of people are left without a place to work in Peoria and the Twin Cities.
Today we asked GOP candidates for governor “If elected governor, would you live in Chicago or Springfield?”