Suzanne Le Mignot

McCarthy Faces Tough Questions From City Council, Get Backing From EmanuelMayor Rahm Emanuel said he stands by Police Supt. Garry McCarthy, despite calls from members of the City Council Black Caucus that the superintendent be replaced; but the mayor said he understands the aldermen’s frustrations, and empathizes with them.
6 Hurt After Car Crashes Into Grayslake Church During Food DriveSunday services will go on at a Grayslake church, even though a car crashed through the front doors Saturday, sending five people to a hospital.
Children Leave Hospital, Three Months After Fire Killed Their Mother
Inside Look At One Of Chicago Area’s Busiest Trauma CentersCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot spent an evening in one of the busiest emergency rooms in the Chicago area to see what it's like, firsthand.
For Some Chicagoans, Chilly Weather Perfect Time To Head Outdoors It certainly doesn’t feel like the end of September with temps in the 50s.
Man Fatally Shot By CPD Officer In Humboldt ParkThe Chicago Fire Department says a male patient was taken in critical condition to Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Mourners Pay Tribute To Two Suburban Officers Who Died This WeekIt was a difficult day for law enforcement in the greater Chicago area on Saturday, as people lined procession routes to say goodbye to two police officers who died in the past week.
Caught On Tape: Shootout Shatters Window Of Streeterville High-RiseThe video shows a person in a light colored shirt hanging out the window of the white car as the SUV approaches. Police said people in both vehicles were exchanging gunfire, when one of the bullets hit lobby window of Branden Zollar's apartment building.
American Airlines Fixes Computer Glitch, After Major Delays For O'Hare, Dallas, MiamiA computer problem forced American to halt all flights headed to O'Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, and Miami International Airport around 11:30 a.m. Thursday. The airline said it had fixed the problem by 1:15 p.m.
Fox Lake Residents Petitioning To Rename Metra Train After Lt. GliniwieczTwo weeks ago, Fox Lake Lieutenant Joe Gliniwiecz lost his life and now there's a new push for a lasting memorial.
Stray Bullet Injures Sleeping Woman, 64, In West Garfield Park Home A 64-year-old woman was shot early Saturday when a bullet came through the window of a West Garfield Park neighborhood home on the West Side.
South Side Trauma Center Plan 'Still Not Enough' For Some ActivistsThe University of Chicago’s plan to create an adult trauma center on the South Side might be a victory for advocates who have been demanding such a facility for years, but it’s not good enough for some activists and at least one South Side alderman.