Suzanne Le Mignot
CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports the reason is twofold: a lack of inventory of homes in Lincoln Park and low interest rates.
He left everything he knew behind, with one goal in mind: to carry out tremendous acts of kindness around the world. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot sat down with Leon Logothetis, the best-selling author of “The Kindness Diaries.”
CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot takes a sneak peek at some of the top secret floats.
Timothy Herring was convicted in the fatal shooting of a city police officer and former Chicago Housing Authority employee who were investigating an auto burglary.
James Howze is in the James B. Moran Second Chance Re-entry Program, which provides him with mentoring and coaching for his new job and counseling and intense supervision to keep his life on track.
Flooding fears are rising along the Kankakee River, where the wet forecast is on everyone’s mind.
Participants at the first annual African-American Awareness and Appreciation Parade celebrated Juneteenth in East Garfield Park, marking the 150th anniversary of the end of slavery.
Albert Tyson, an elder at St. Stephen African Methodist Episcopal Church, knew Rev. Clementa Pinckney, the pastor of Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, and said he had a meteoric rise, both in religion and in politics.
No matter where you are in the city, Blackhawks fans are showing their pride for the Stanley Cup champions, in many ways, reports CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot.
Two thieves made off with several thousand dollars’ worth of goods from a West Town specialty store in a bold robbery Friday afternoon.
Three people suffered minor injuries early Friday, when someone in another vehicle shot up their car on the Dan Ryan Expressway, the 19th shooting so far this year on Chicago area expressways, matching last year’s total for the entire year.
Wednesday was the first day of the year above 90 degrees. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot caught up with some Chicagoans enjoying the sun at the 31st Street Beach.
The ribbon was cut this morning on the nearly 3-mile long trail known as the 606, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
Mourners lined the streets for a moving procession to honor Corporal Sara Medina, who was killed in a helicopter crash in Nepal.
No question: Bullet proof vests save lives and one Chicago police officer’s story, is a true testament to that.
Five-year-old James Nevils III was killed by a pit bill Monday night and police said no criminal charges will be filed against the dog’s owner.
On this beautiful, sunny day, thousands gathered to pay their respects for those who gave their lives for their country.
For decades, camping in the forest preserves has been available only to organized groups—until now.
Missing from the 260 Urban Prep Academy graduates is Deonte Hoard, a victim of street violence. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
According to a CPS inspector general’s report, this is part of a larger theft scheme that is connected to seven people who have worked for Chicago Public Schools.