Leisa Zigman is Giving You the Straight Dope Yo!

One of our eagle-eyed readers caught our favorite local newscaster, Leisa Zigman of channel 5 KSDK droppin’ some gang signs in between the “news”

Yo yo yo!

My name is Leisa Zigman and I’m here to say

I love talking news all the damn day

Well “news” is a relative term…more like happenings that I care about…ok, its more like a video diary I get paid for.

Leisa Zigman’s Twitter Account Was Hacked…By a Hacker…Again

No not really, but when you do something stupid and you can’t tell your computer from your microwave, you just say a “hacker” did it and then you are cleared of all stupid deeds. Here’s a quick synopsis of our absolute favorite KSDK reporter’s twitter page: About an hour later, Zigman figures it out… Ah. That solves. it. Here’s what really happened: There has been a link floating around that if you click on it, and happen to be signed in to Twitter, it will submit a private message to everyone on your list. [Read More]

KSDK vs St. Louis’ Finest: Its On Now!

KSDK vs St. Louis’ Finest: Its On Now!
A little while back we told you about the brewing war between St. Louis’ NBC affiliate KSDK and St. Louis Cops. It appears channel 5’s reporter Leisa Zigman didn’t feel reportery enough so she got out her fedora, tucked her press pass in the band and went off to uncover a scandal! Long story short, she didn’t find one. Instead, Zigman decided to do a “report” on St. Louis police officers parking in no-parking spaces throughout the city, including in front of their own station! [Read More]

Leisa Zigman Doesn’t Quite Get Twitter

From the Wikipedia page on Twitter: Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that enables its users to send and read each others’ updates, known as tweets. Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 characters, displayed on the author’s profile page and delivered to other users – known as followers – who have subscribed to Its that “up to 140 characters” thing that seems to be hard to understand for KSDK reporter, and recent focus of police officer ire, Leisa Zigman. [Read More]