Here in Greater Peoria, a startup company is building its world headquarters — and looking to position the region as a hub for AI, machine learning and robotics.
- 'The gap is large': Joint Commission on Racial Justice and Equity issues report on disparities in Peoria County
- Former Caterpillar CEO Doug Oberhelman touts plan to fix what ails Peoria by attracting more executive talent
- Voting by mail is gaining popularity ahead of April election
- Peoria County Board considers options for proposed Wolf/ADM carbon dioxide pipeline
- The rent is still too high for many Peorians to afford
- Washington District 52 wants to build a new Lincoln Grade School. Voters will decide on April 4
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