Suzie Suh was born in South Korea, raised in Orange County and went to school in San Diego. She considers herself a true ‘So-Cal Girl’ at heart but really learned that “there’s no place like home” while moving around the country for her job.
Suzie previously co-anchored the weekend evening news on CBS2 and KCAL9. Before that, Suzie was a General Assignment Reporter for the two stations’ Orange County Bureau. Prior to returning to Southern California, Suzie was a Reporter/Fill-in Anchor/Weekend Assignment Editor for the WB affiliate in ‘Fabulous Las Vegas.’ She also spent a couple of cruel, but beautiful winters in Northwestern Montana where she ‘one-man banded’ for a NBC affiliate.
Suzie’s passion for journalism is rooted in two things: The ability to learn something new every day and meeting the people who teach her those things.
Suzie enjoys hula and hip-hop dancing pretending like she plays golf and spending time with family and friends.
Three sisters, each mothers of young children, were killed in a horrific car crash in Hyde Park. The family spoke about the crash and their loss Wednesday.
With the investigation of a LAUSD teacher ongoing, it’s hard to understand how so many kids could have been victimized for so long, but experts say part of the reason is fear.
A Fontana man has a guardian angel, who not only saved his life, but also serves up a mean dish of ice cream at Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlor.
Myomo is a new medical technology that gives stroke patients something they haven’t had…often for up to two decades — arm movement.
Swimming with sharks. Sticking your hand through the bars of the polar bear cage at the zoo. Coming out of the ATM late at night and announcing you just got paid! All pretty dangerous stuff. But to hear some doctors tell it, those things have nothing on something we do all day. For much of the day.
It was a crime and verdict that stunned a nation, but the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson — O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife — literally destroyed her younger sister, Tanya.
With all the stress of a busy day — work, family, pick up the kids, errands, taking work home — unwinding at night is no simple task.
She doesn’t throw as hard as Chad Billingsley. She doesn’t have the accuracy of Clayton Kershaw. And when she throws a pitch at Dodgers Stadium Monday, no one will be even remotely comparing her throws to hurler Ted Lilly’s.