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.
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Melissa Calusinki was found guilty of the murder of a preschooler and sentenced to 31 years in prison. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
The grounds crew at St. Edward High in Elgin apparently put down weed killer instead of fertilizer and killed most of the surface. Cost to repair: $200,000.
(CBS) — Two weeks ago, there was a massive manhunt in Fox Lake trying to find who killed Lieutenant Joe Gliniewicz. Now, the investigation has taken a new turn. Was G.I. Joe murdered or was […]
CHICAGO (CBS) — He rushed his family inside to safety, but then lost his life to gunfire. Now, the family of Ashton Simpson is mourning his death and police are searching for his killer. Simpson […]
Travis Hall has sponsors donate food, which he then takes to first responders, to show his appreciation. He hands everyone he meets a “Thank You” sticker.
To grandmother’s house little Josiah was supposed to go. Instead, he was dropped off at a fast-food joint. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
Four honor roll students have been charged with Class X feloniies after police say a man trying to sell a bike was attacked with pepper spray, baseball bats and a metal pipe.
A child and a woman were taken to the hospital after being hit by a vehicle on the South Side on Tuesday afternoon.
Jon Vert was riding a bike and towing his fiancée, Melinda Arvia, and young nephew in a bike trailer, when a motorist struck them. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
Jeannine Jaworowski squirrels away money each week so that her grandkids can have new shoes for school. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
Lake County’s top cop, Sheriff Mark Curran will run against the county’s top lawyer, State’s Attorney Mike Nerheim in a legal showdown that has heads spinning.
Protests continued Thursday over the conviction and imprisonment of Melissa Calusinksi, the former daycare worker convicted in the 2009 death of a toddler.
Chicago police spent a large part of the day Tuesday at Marquette Park with the Water Department draining a lagoon on the east end of the park, and on Wednesday. Sources said investigators were searching for the body of Laneesha Miller, who disappeared three weeks ago.
The father of daycare worker convicted in a toddler’s death met with her for the first time this weekend after new evidence lead to the coroner changing the manner of the toddler’s death.
A Chicago mother in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood wonders how her daughter ended up murdered in an abandoned building in Northwest Indiana and is asking for help to solve the crime. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
Newly discovered X-rays of the skull of little Benjamin Kingan could reportedly be critical in the defense of a woman sitting behind bars for his death.
Three days after the fire left the 3046 N. Sheffield Ave. building water-logged and burnt, newly unveiled security video shows three people in the alley just minutes before the early-morning fire erupted. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
The limited free seating tickets at Soldier Field are now being resold for big bucks. While it’s not illegal, the city says don’t buy them.