The Latest: Royal newlyweds to spend night in Windsor Castle

The Latest: Royal newlyweds to spend night in Windsor Castle

Thousands of people are on the streets outside Windsor Castle after camping overnight to grab the best spots to catch a glimpse of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day.

Saturday, May 19th 2018, 2:20 am CDT
A royal wedding bridges the Atlantic and breaks old molds

A royal wedding bridges the Atlantic and breaks old molds

The big day is finally here: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are to wed at St. George's Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

Saturday, May 19th 2018, 1:10 am CDT
HIGH SCHOOL SATURDAY: Regional championships for baseball, softball and soccer

HIGH SCHOOL SATURDAY: Regional championships for baseball, softball and soccer

Check out all the highlights from around the heart of Illinois right here! 

Nicole Sedivy
ROLL EAGS: Dunlap dominates the IHSA state track finals

ROLL EAGS: Dunlap dominates the IHSA state track finals

Dunlap wins three of four relays and the 1600 meter relay; places second in 3200 meter and 100 hurdles.

Nicole Sedivy
Beer fest supporting a bigger cause

Beer fest supporting a bigger cause

There was plenty of food and drink to enjoy Saturday at the Fox Pub in Peoria, with the help of other local businesses. They hosted the North Peoria Craft Brew Fest. This year's fest was doubly special, because the brewers took time to honor 200 years for

Monica Murphy
Peoria Riverfront Market now open for season

Peoria Riverfront Market now open for season

Are you in the mood for mouth-watering tomatoes, fresh spinach or one-of-a-kind crafts? Finally farmers and vendors made their way back to the area for this seasons Peoria Riverfront Market. The market features things like Illinois grown produce, local me

Monica Murphy
Walking for change on Peoria's south side

Walking for change on Peoria's south side

Over the past few years, Peoria has received a less-than-stellar reputation, especially for African Americans. Saturday morning one group started a literal step-by-step plan to improve the south side. Organizers wanted to form a united front for a better

Monica Murphy
Have FUN with your workout!

Have FUN with your workout!

Keeping your heart rate going is key when wanting to get a good workout in. Who wants to spend an hour on the treadmill?When dancing and pompoms are thrown into the mix? High blood pressure is the silent killer, with not many symptoms.So, why not start tr

Trish Christakes
The Latest: Affidavit: Gunman didn't shoot students he liked

The Latest: Affidavit: Gunman didn't shoot students he liked

Houston-area media citing unnamed law enforcement officials are reporting that there are fatalities following a shooting at a high school.

Friday, May 18th 2018, 10:01 am CDT
Coughing, sneezing, and itchy eyes: how long will pollen numbers be high

Coughing, sneezing, and itchy eyes: how long will pollen numbers be high

The warm weather has many wanting to get outside and enjoy Mother Nature; but, for some, that leads to scratching, sneezing, and even eye irritation. Many are even wondering if their allergies may be worse this year.

Jesse Guinn
TB case reported at Galesburg High School

TB case reported at Galesburg High School

Tuberculosis testing will be available after a student at Galesburg High School tested positive for the illness. The Knox County Health Department has confirmed a case of pulmonary tuberculosis. Students potentially exposed were notified by school staff.

Tim Shelley
Peoria Police under fire for honoring officers

Peoria Police under fire for honoring officers

NAACP criticizing Peoria Police for honoring officers in the Eddie Russell, Jr. shooting.

Denise Jackson
Peoria police comment on School Resource Officer training proposal

Peoria police comment on School Resource Officer training proposal

Senate Bill 2925 could soon make it easier for school security to prepare themselves in case the worst happens.“The more training anyone gets in law enforcement is a plus,” quipped Peoria Police Captain Todd Green.On Wednesday, a Dixon school

Mason Dowling
The Latest: House defeats farm bill as conservatives revolt

The Latest: House defeats farm bill as conservatives revolt

Conservatives have defeated a Republican farm bill that combined stricter work and job training requirements for food stamp recipients with a renewal of farm subsidies.

Friday, May 18th 2018, 11:20 am CDT
UPDATE: Peoria police chief postpones FOP awards ceremony for officers involved in Russell shooting

UPDATE: Peoria police chief postpones FOP awards ceremony for officers involved in Russell shooting

The six police officers involved in the Eddie Russell, Jr. shooting in 2017 have received the Peoria Police Department's Police Valor Award. Sgt. Matthew Lane, and officers Christopher Heaton, Sean Johnston, Ian McDowell, Jason Leigh and Tyler Hodges were

Tim Shelley
SPECIAL REPORT: Projected impact of OSF HealthCare's new Ministry headquarters

SPECIAL REPORT: Projected impact of OSF HealthCare's new Ministry headquarters

It's been nearly four months since the announcement from OSF HealthCare about their new Ministry headquarters coming to downtown Peoria. The project, in conjunction with Caterpillar ..... is drawing a lot of questions.

Officers go on a rooftop for a good cause

Officers go on a rooftop for a good cause

If you drove by a Dunkin Donuts on Friday you may have noticed police officers standing on the rooftop!

Alex Menke
Bon-Ton bankruptcy will lead to more than 3,500 job losses in Illinois

Bon-Ton bankruptcy will lead to more than 3,500 job losses in Illinois

The bankruptcy and liquidation of Bergner's parent company Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. will lead to more than 3,500 layoffs in the state of Illinois. The company filed WARN layoff notices for multiple stores with the state of Illinois' Department of Commerce and

Tim Shelley
News agency: North Korea threatens to cancel US summit

News agency: North Korea threatens to cancel US summit

North Korea has suspended talks with South Korea over "provocative" drills.

Bloomington considers removing some traffic signals

Bloomington considers removing some traffic signals

The city of Bloomington may take out some of the traffic signals downtown. Public Works is looking for feedback from the public and downtown stakeholders on whether the traffic signals on Front Street at Main and Center should stay or go. The department s

Tim Shelley