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Get the latest news and weather for the Central Illinois area directly from CIProud.com; powered by WMBD and WYZZ News. [Read More]
As promised, Governor Bruce Rauner vetoed 19 budget bills that were sent to his desk. [Read More]
Bloomington is holding on to quite the distinction. It still has the lowest unemployment rate in the state with 4.2%. [Read More]
The Interstate 74 Murray Baker Bridge lane closures will not begin until after the 4th of July. [Read More]
The Supreme Court upholds Affordable Care Act subsidies in a 6-3 decision. The decision came down Thursday morning. [Read More]
Recent numbers show every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs a blood transfusion, and summer is a slow time for blood donations. To combat... [Read More]
Aortic Aortic Valve Replacement Surgery... [Read More]
The Illinois Department of Corrections is being sued over its use of solitary confinement. [Read More]
made for friday night shooting... [Read More]
For anyone who may be in an abusive relationship there's an app you should know about. [Read More]
The city of Bloomington is defending itself against a federal lawsuit. [Read More]
We're learning more about the tornado that swept through Coal City, Ill., Monday. [Read More]
We're in the home stretch before the special congressional election to fill the seat vacated by Aaron Schock. [Read More]
It's been a week since 9 people were killed in a mass shooting at Emanuel A-M-E church in Charleston, South Carolina.  And the massacre is... [Read More]
After weeks of debate, Peoria City Council says yes to Uber and other services like it. [Read More]
Two people are in jail for shootings that sent two people to the hospital last Friday night. [Read More]
A pregnant woman is recovering after three people attacked her in her own home. [Read More]
Some residents on Peoria's south side are still fearful after a shooting that happened four days ago. [Read More]
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Caterpillar is celebrating 90 years, and its visitors center is making some exciting changes to celebrate. [Read More]
Kathryn Spitznagle, the manager at the center, drops by Living Well explaining what new things you can find this summer at the CAT Visitors Center. [Read More]
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