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Former Illinois deputy treasurer Raja Krishnamoorthi says he'll run for U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth's seat in Congress now that she's announced her...
Dozens of Peoria residents voiced concerns Tuesday about a proposed apartment complex along the Illinois River.
The special primary election to fill a vacancy in the 18th Congressional District is tentatively set for June 8th. Aaron Schock officially...
The insurance firm RLI Corp. has announced a $15 million addition to its headquarters in Peoria.
Bradley University officially dedicated the Charley Steiner School of Sports Communication Tuesday. The long time sportscaster is entering his 11th...
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