Jeremy Ross

jeremy ross Jeremy RossJeremy Ross is a general assignment reporter for CBS 2.

Jeremy joined the station in July 2014. He is an award-winning journalist, who came to CBS 2 from WITI-TV in Milwaukee.

Before that, he worked in Lansing, Mich.

Jeremy, who is originally from Detroit, graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

Flooding, Water Damage Reported In Glenview

Rain reached record levels across the Chicagoland area Monday.


Dixon High Graduation Cermony Honors Officer Who Protected Students

More than 180 graduates received diplomas, but school resource officer Mark Dallas received as many hugs, cheers, and souvenirs as a measure of thanks for stopping a school shooting before it could turn deadly.


Two In Custody After Northwest Indiana Shooting

Charges are pending after reports of two off-duty police officers shot outside a bar.


Chicago’s Large Lots Program Offers Vacant Lots For $1

The $1 lots are part of the city’s Large Lots Program, where people living on the block can buy vacant lots, provided they’ve paid all of their city bills.


Mother Of Kankakee Murder Victim: ‘I Want Them To Burn In Hell For Taking My Rock’

Police say they found a body after putting out the fire around 5:15 a.m. Thursday. Officers say the man found inside was murdered.


Armed Robbers Force Women To Withdraw Cash From Several ATMs

Chicago police are warning people on the Northwest Side about a pair of armed robbers targeting women in cars and forcing them to take cash out from ATMs.


Severe Weather Causes Damage Across Illinois And Indiana

The clouds and rain rolled through the city quickly Monday afternoon. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross was out in the thick of the storms.


Suspect In Hit-And-Run Denied Bond

Police say Pugh drove away, but later crashed the car. Authorities say drugs were found in the car.


Transformer Fire Stops CTA Red Line Travel

Because of the location of the transformer and its proximity to the Red Line, travel to and from the Sheridan stop was halted.


Building Uninhabitable After Fire On Chicago’s South Side

Heavy flames and smoke were billowing out of a pallet yard on Chicago’s South side Monday night.


Police Catch Driver Of Deadly I-290 Hit And Run

“You don’t hit that many people and keep going like you don’t care.”


Residents Upset With Raids In Connection With ATF Shooting Suspect

“Just because you’re wearing a badge, it matters more? How do you think that makes us feel?”


Man Fleeing Police Gets Stuck In Chimney

A man trying to elude police got himself in a tight spot.


CPD Unveils New Crime Tracking Tools

The ACLU has expressed concerns about the license plate readers, specifically about the data that’s collected and the potential for privacy violations.


No Injuries In Hammond Brinks Truck Robbery

Police say the suspects got away with hundreds of thousands in cash.


Restaurant Chain Faces Sexual Harassment Charges, Workers Allegedly Forced To Wear Lingerie

A major restaurant chain, Twin Peaks, is facing sexual harassment charges after female employees say they were forced to wear lingerie and line up for weekly body evaluations.


Retired CPD Officer Shoots, Kills Carjacking Suspect

A retired Chicago Police officer targeted for robbery ends up shooting one of the suspects.


Not Springtime Yet

Snow, rain or combination of both covered the roadways Sunday.


Warm Weather Lures Lots Of People Outside

Outdoor dining is an immediate boost to the bottom line.


Construction Continues In And Around Wrigley Field

Bright construction vests outnumber fans in Cubby blue, but signs of a new season begin to fly again.



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