Suzanne Le Mignot
Radovan Vojcic passed away more than a year ago and died from advanced Alzheimer’s and dementia. His grieving family had been trying to focus on beautiful memories. CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
A grandmother in far north suburban Round Lake Beach was scammed out of more than $4,000 after getting a frantic call from a person she believed was her granddaughter.
Cheating the system? In one Chicago neighborhood cargo vans line the streets around the clock, but the problem is they may not be there legally.
A Kane County judge has authorized the city of Aurora to enter a enter the home of a hoarder who has about 300 birds flying inside his house, after he earlier blocked crews from cleaning up the mess inside.
Former Congressman Bill Foster is trying to return to the House, but first he has to beat out Republican Congresswoman Judy Biggert, the incumbent in the new 11th District.
Some inmates who are locked up at Cook County Jail are developing new careers with combs and scissors. CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot talks with Siohvaughn Funches-Wade about her life after divorce.
For the first time, Keith Nicks is telling his side of the story to CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot.
A Chicago grandmother has broken up a burglary ring that police said hit hundreds of victims, many of them elderly.
An off-duty Cook County prosecutor has been placed on administrative duty after allegedly biting a man on the leg during a scuffle outside a lingerie shop in the Lakeview neighborhood over the weekend.
In a heart-break for a Northwest Indiana family, a husband has lost his wife in a drunk-driving accident, just six weeks before a milestone wedding anniversary.
An affluent downtown area of Chicago has been plagued by violence this summer. Some residents have had enough, CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
It’s a true rags to riches story, and Tuesday night, Oscar-nominated actor and Chicago native Michael Clarke Duncan was being remembered as a man who never forgot his roots after making it big-time in Hollywood.
An Illinois Department of Transportation minuteman was lending a helping hand to a driver in need, but now he is fighting for his life after being struck by a hit-and-run driver.
Lollapalooza will close a half hour later than usual at 10:30 p.m. due to severe thunderstorms that passed through the Chicago area, which caused concert promoters to suspend the event.
Starting today, as many as 47 million women in the U.S. could be eligible for free preventive health care services, under a provision of President Barack Obama’s health care law.
It’s what thousands of families across the Chicago area have been waiting to hear: home prices and home sales are both up. Those are two encouraging signs that the housing market is rebounding in Chicago.
Michael Haynes, 22, had been set to begin attending Iona College in just a few days. CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
A 52-year-old woman was trying to cross a West Side street when she was hit by a car that didn’t stop. Now she’s fighting for her life, hospitalized in critical condition.
William Balfour, the man convicted of murdering three members of singer-actress Jennifer Hudson’s family, has been sentenced to three consecutive life terms in prison.