Brad Edwards is a general assignment reporter for CBS 2 Chicago.
He received the 2013 Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for a compilation of Original Reports for CBS 2’s 10 p.m. newscast.
Brad joined the station in 2012 from the CBS affiliate in Indianapolis, IN. As an anchor and investigative reporter there, he won four Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards.
Earlier in his career, Brad served as an anchor and reporter in Detroit, MI and in his hometown of Grand Rapids, MI, where he received his first of eight consecutive regional Emmy Awards for News Writing (2003-2010). The Associated Press named him Best Reporter in 2005, 2006 and 2009.
A 2001 graduate of Michigan State University, Brad resides in Chicago.
They came in the rain and gloom Friday, to give Martrell Stevens what he really wanted: a basketball hoop. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards has this follow-up report.
Meet the resilient Martrell Stevens, 13, who’s doing the best he can after being gunned down as a child. 2 Investigator Brad Edwards has the latest in his series of reports about Chicago’s youngest victims of gun violence.
Republican Nominee Donald Trump gambled and won a coveted casino license in Gary. But as CBS 2 Investigator Brad Edwards asks, did he make Gary great again?
Charlevoix is one of Michigan’s most exclusive resort communities. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards pays a visit.
In Charlevoix, Michigan, a lakefront tourist town where the Ramsey family used to summer, no one has forgotten the little girl who was crowned “Little Miss Charlevoix” the year before her murder.
Sources say the largest police district in Chicago, on a recent weekend, had just five police units patrolling.
A lawsuit against the town of Cicero is now questioning town attorney Michael Del Galdo’s loyalty.
As we approach November elections, there will be a greater attack volume and frequency.
2 Investigator Brad Edwards introduces us to another young shooting survivor, just now taking his first steps.
Developers of the Vista Tower project are busy writing checks. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
Residents in West Englewood called for their community to take back their streets on Wednesday, the day after a six-year-old was shot, caught in a hail of bullets from a gang.
Among those waiting at the airport was a distressed woman who wasn’t sure if her father had made the flight. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
Dr. Tom Rudd was bounced off the ballot last year, but he may be back on. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
Canines like Doc are credited with helping reduce the once-unbearable wait times. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
If it’s all in a day’s work, it was a remarkable one for a Chicago Police officer.
Tyler Kissinger allowed other protesters access to administrative offices in May.
The problem is, they don’t stay that way. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
They did everything they could to save a dog who suffered crippling abuse and was dumped for dead.
Yvonne Nelson, 49, was an innocent bystander caught in gang-related crossfire.
They didn’t take his money, his cards. They beat him and took his $700-plus iPhone. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.