Bodies Of Peoria Couple Allegedly Killed By Son Found Near RiverThe bodies of Bradley University professor Susan Brill De Ramirez and her husband, Antonio Ramirez Barron were found near the Spoon River Bridge in Henry County, Ill., authorities said. 
Peoria Officer Fatally Shoots 19-Year-Old After Traffic StopAuthorities say a Peoria police officer fatally shot a 19-year-old man who fled from a vehicle after a traffic stop in the central Illinois city.
Mother Sues Peoria Over Son's Police Shooting DeathThe lawsuit filed in federal court in Peoria late Sunday alleges officers shot Edward Russell Jr. at least 17 times as he lifted a garage door at the family's Peoria home with both hands. He was a suspect in a bank robbery.
Teen Charged In Murder Of Bradley University Student From ChicagoA 16-year-old male has been charged with murder for a shooting that left a Bradley University student from Chicago and a Peoria man dead.
Feds Search Caterpillar HQ In Peoria, 2 Other Company SitesFederal law enforcement officials on Thursday executed search warrants at three Caterpillar locations, including the corporate headquarters in Peoria.
Funeral To Be Held For Peoria Navy SEAL Killed In Yemen RaidSenior Chief Petty Officer William “Ryan” Owens was the first U.S. combat casualty since President Donald Trump took office in January.
Caterpillar Moving Corporate HQ From Peoria To ChicagoAfter nearly a century in central Illinois, Caterpillar Inc. has abandoned plans to build a new headquarters complex in Peoria, and has announced it is moving its corporate offices to Chicago.
First U.S. Military Casualty Under Trump Is Sailor From Peoria The U.S. Navy sailor who died over the weekend in a raid against al-Quaida has been identified as a sailor from Peoria.
Johnnie Lee Savory Sues Peoria For Coerced ConfessionAn Illinois man who maintains police coerced him into making a false confession to a double murder is suing the city of Peoria and its police department.
Donald Trump Downplayed In Peoria, At State Republican ConventionThe presumed GOP presidential nominee's controversial comments about women and minorities are cause for concern for some Republican candidates in Democrat-leaning Illinois.
Prosecutors Issue Second Subpoena For Aaron Schock's RecordsFederal prosecutors seek financial records, texts and emails as part of a grand jury probe into spending by the former Congressman from Peoria.