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The City of Peoria is forming a new group to explore ways to reduce storm-water runoff. It's called the OneWater Committee:
The Peoria Police Department is using billboards across town to help solve the murders of two juveniles. 17-year-old Tyrone Jones and 12-year-old...
Spring break helped make March a record setting month for Peoria’s General Wayne Downing International Airport. The airport saw 60,750 passengers...
The National Park Service reports 218,000 visitors to the Lincoln Home National Historic Site last year spent more than $12.5 million in...
Victims of landslides in East Peoria two years ago will receive help from the state. The Illinois Emergency Management Agency has approved a $2...
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