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Peoria is the largest city on the Illinois River, and has become famous as a representation of the average American city because of its demographics and its perceived mainstream Midwestern culture. On the Vaudeville circuit, it was said that if an act would succeed in Peoria, it would work anywhere. The question "Will it play in Peoria? " has now become a metaphor for whether something appeals to the American mainstream public.

Population: 113546
Local Newspapers: Peoria Journal Star
Local Sports Teams: Peoria Rivermen (AHL Hockey) Peoria Chiefs (Class A minor baseball league)
Local Colleges: Bradley University

Zip Codes associated with peoria, illinois: 61603 61604 61605 61606 61607 61610 61614 61615
Towns/Cities near peoria, illinois : Creve Coeur Pekin Bartonville Washington Bellevue Norwood

Peoria News
Buffalo Grove HS orchestra to perform piece written to honor 3 teachers

Last school year, three revered Buffalo Grove High School teachers died within months of each other, inducing a sense of shock and underlying grief for students and colleagues. The school's chamber orchestra is helping the community cope by performing an original composition, "Solaces," dedicated to the three teachers and those connected to the school's past, present and future.

Nick in the AM: Multiple accidents on westbound I-74 in East Peoria

Westbound Interstate 74 in East Peoria was the site Wednesday morning of several multiple-vehicle crashes with injuries, according to the Illinois State Police.

Nick in the AM: Rumberger's expanding to Downtown Peoria

A familiar, reliable name appears ready to occupy a Downtown Peoria location that's played host to a seemingly endless parade of bars and restaurants. Rumberger's Wings & More is preparing a third Peoria outlet, at 500 Main St. It's expected to open in late February or in March.

Transcend Robotics New Partnership Expands Next Gen Arti Vantage Robot

Transcend Robotics, a machine mobility company that develops patented "automatic stair climbing" technology, and AndyMark, a leader in mobile robotics and parts manufacturing, are combining strengths to deliver a high volume of life-saving first responder robots. Transcend Tactical, a division of Transcend Robotics in partnership with AndyMark, will expand the availability of the next generation of the ARTI VANTAGE robot starting January 2018.

Illinois man awarded Carnegie Medal for thwarting attack

In this Jan. 15, 2018 photo, U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood presents James Vernon, left, with the Carnegie Medal, in LaHood's office in Peoria, Ill. Vernon was awarded the medal for thwarting a knife-wielding man who intended to kill people at a chess club session for children at the Morton Public Library in 2015.

Teen recovering after strep throat left her on life support, family says Source: Cox Media Group

PEORIA, Ill. - A teenager who was diagnosed last month with strep throat is recovering after family members said the bacteria behind the illness got into the girl's bloodstream, causing septic shock.

Teen recovering after strep throat left her on life support, family...

PEORIA, Ill. - A teenager who was diagnosed last month with strep throat is recovering after family members said the bacteria behind the illness got into the girl's bloodstream, causing septic shock.

Jordan Davis Preps Debut Album 'Home State'

As he prepares to kick off his headlining tour in February, "Singles You Up" performer Jordan Davis has revealed plans to release his debut album Home State on March 23rd. The Louisiana native co-wrote all 12 tracks on the forthcoming album, including "Singles You Up," a sleek mix of pop country and Southern-flavored R&B that is currently inside the top 25 on Billboard 's Country Airplay chart.

Illinois zoo holds contest to name baby giraffe

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Chicago pays tribute to its Haitian founder after Trump allegedly trashes immigrants

While it wasn't by design, there was a bit of symbolism in Sen. Dick Durbin speaking out in the nation's third-largest city about President Trump allegedly using vulgar language to describe Haiti and African countries. Durbin, a Democrat from Downstate Illinois, happened to be in Chicago for a Martin Luther King Jr. celebration on Friday when he confirmed to reporters that Trump during an Oval Office meeting with lawmakers crudely described Haiti and African nations as "shithole countries," the type of places that the U.S. didn't need any more immigrants from.

SAD 'poster child' fights to stay active

On a raw, dreary January day, Susan welcomed a visitor to her Woodford County horse ranch with warmth and engaging conversation. It was an effort, she said.

Gov. Rauner supports Medicaid work rules, but sees other policy priorities first

PEORIA - Gov. Bruce Rauner expressed support Friday for new federal rules that would make it easier for states to impose work requirements in order for people to receive Medicaid. But, he suggested, until more jobs themselves are created in Illinois pursuing such a requirement wouldn't be a priority for him or his administration.

Got the winter blues? It might be SAD

Each March in recent years, a TV commercial touting the return of spring has featured a neighbor who wanders into a backyard barbeque party in his pajamas and winter coat, dazed and confused as if he'd been hibernating. It was just winter, a friend tells him.

OSF HealthCare's story began just blocks from its new headquarters

PEORIA - The move of OSF HealthCare's ministry headquarters to Downtown marks a homecoming of sorts for the organization. Before formally establishing the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis a few months later, a group of six nuns originally from Germany and begging for support found their calling in Peoria in late 1876, beginning to care for the sick in Peoria.

Families to receive $6 million in railroad tank car death

The families of two central Illinois men who died in 2014 after breathing gas inside a railroad tanker car will split $6 million from a settlement of a lawsuit. A federal investigation determined 37-year-old Frank Rosebur and 29-year-old Dean Stone were victims of safety rule violations at Agridyne LLC's livestock food plant in Pekin.

Jordan Davis Plans White Wine and Whiskey Tour

Jordan Davis, a member of CMT's "18 for 2018" initiative, has announced the initial dates for his White Wine and Whiskey Tour. The Louisiana native's first headlining tour will showcase his previously released songs including "Slow Dance In A Parking Lot" and "Take It From Me," as well as his rising single "Singles You Up."

'Today In' is Facebook's latest experiment in connecting people to local news

The feature, which brings together local news, updates and events, can be found in the drop-down menu on Facebook's mobile app in six cities: New Orleans; Little Rock, Arkansas; Billings, Montana; Peoria, Illinois; Olympia, Washington; and Binghamton, New York. Facebook's overtures toward working with local news began last year with the Facebook Journalism Project, which Poynter is part of.

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