I-Team Reporter Leisa Zigman's investigations set new standards in terms of holding the powerful accountable, exposing fraud, and government wrong-doing. Leisa has served as an anchor and reporter since 1992 and has been honored with dozens of local, regional, and national awards. Her hard hitting investigations have received national exposure on NBC, MSNBC, CNN, and the Oprah Winfrey Show. If you have a story that needs to be investigated Leisa wants to hear from you. Email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or twitter @leisazigman.
In 2010, Zigman became an advocate for Pedal the Cause, helping raise millions of dollars to fund new treatments and cures for all types of cancer in children and adults. Zigman is now in remission after battling stage four non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. She managed to work while undergoing chemotherapy and spends significant time sharing her story and helping others diagnosed with cancer.
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Stories by Leisa Zigman
Public officials have still not released the names of two employees killed when a live mortar exploded at Totall Metal recycling in Granite City, IL Monday morning.
A crowdfunding site created this week to support Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson and his family continues to rake in donations.
With growing concerns and calls for peace in Ferguson, one man who says he is here for peace, is being asked to leave.
Protesters marched in Clayton Tuesday calling for the resignation of St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch.
If you talk to any of the 200 or 300 men and women in blue who have been serving in Ferguson this past week, they'll tell you about bricks and bottles and bullets lobbed at them nightly.
The Ferguson Police Department's excessive use of force reports are a "joke," according to civil rights attorney.
An ordinary citizen has been gassed for the last four nights while protesting peacefully in Ferguson.
Deidre Sealey has been a teacher for more than three decades.
While Ferguson has been a national headline for violence in recent days, there are several in the community who are hoping to stop it.
On the same day President Barack Obama signed the new VA bill into law, a local police officer and former marine reached out to KSDK for help.