Leanne Suter
Leanne Suter is a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News, joining the station in 2003.

Leanne is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a degree in journalism.

She got her first job in television while in college working at WSYX in Columbus, OH. She also worked as an associate field producer for the White House press pool in Ohio, Indiana and Michigan during the 1992 and 1996 presidential elections.

Leanne went on to work as a reporter in Akron, OH and Grand Rapids, MI. While in Grand Rapids she also worked at WGRD as a co-host on the No. 1-rated morning drive time radio show.

Leanne moved to Los Angeles in 1998, joining KCAL as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor. She worked in the station's Inland Empire bureau for two years, winning an Emmy for her work.

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Leanne's Stories
Firefighters gain control of 250-acre brush fire in Thousand Oaks that had threatened homes
Ventura County firefighters were gaining control of a 250-acre hillside brush fire that threatened homes and prompted evacuations in Thousand Oaks Thursday night.
World War II veteran in Ventura celebrates 100th birthday with COVID-19 vaccination
It was a special birthday shot for Mack Edwards as the World War II veteran celebrated turning 100 on Sunday by getting his COVID-19 vaccine.
Dodger fans continue to leave flowers, memorials to honor Tommy Lasorda
Dodger fans are leaving flowers and other memorials at Dodger Stadium to honor the memory of Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda.
Man maced, punched by Trump supporters in downtown LA speaks out
The man maced and hit by Trump supporters in downtown L.A. says the LAPD officers' lack of action against those who attacked him is what has him so upset.
Pandemic: Los Angeles County seeing COVID-19 death every 8 minutes
Someone in Los Angeles County now dies every eight minutes from COVID-19.
Outdoor seating removed in Manhattan Beach in response to rise in COVID-19 cases
As the number of new COVID-19 cases continues to rise across Los Angeles County, Manhattan Beach took steps over the weekend to close outdoor seating spaces on public property.
Expiring vaccine doses going to those outside of high-priority groups
Some hospitals acknowledge offering the COVID-19 vaccine to those outside the highest-priority groups - but say it was only done when thawed doses went unused and were about to expire.
Army Corps of Engineers arrive at 6 LA County hospitals to help with oxygen delivery systems
Gov. Gavin Newsom's office says crews arrived at some of the aging hospitals to update their oxygen delivery systems.
Kirk Cameron hosts New Year's Eve gathering at Point Mugu, despite warnings from public health officials
A number of public gatherings took place across Southern California on New Year's Eve, including another maskless event hosted by actor Kirk Cameron.
'The situation is truly dire' as Los Angeles hospitals run out of room for patients, officials say
Gov. Gavin Newsom said during a press conference Tuesday that the state has dispatched a support team to Los Angeles County to assist with management of overflow conditions at hospitals as COVID-19 continues to run rampant in the area.