Peoria Public Radio Staff
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The city of Washington in Central Illinois faces sobering financial numbers as it recovers from last month’s devastating tornado. Peoria Public...
People impacted by the November 17th tornadoes are being encouraged to register with the Small Business Administration in addition to FEMA. Ray...
A major overhaul of Illinois' pensions is now law. Governor Pat Quinn held a private bill-signing ceremony this (THURSDAY) afternoon in Chicago....
The number of people filing unemployment claims increased slightly from September to October. The Illinois Department of Employment Security...
Fast-food workers in Peoria staged walk-outs for the second time this year to push restaurant chains to pay higher wages. Employees at McDonald’s,...
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