Jeremy 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.
Several occupants were transported to the hospital when a fire consumed a house in the western suburb.
Police have posted flyers around town and online. CrimeStoppers is now offering up to a $1,000 reward for the arrest of the person or people responsible.
A local police officer was hailed as a hero for coming to the aid of a 12-year-old girl during a dog-mauling attack Nov. 10.
The Chicago Teachers Union is blasting city officials over what, it claims, are plans to close all four schools in Englewood.
Outside Rockford’s Unitarian Universalist Church, friends, coworkers and people who never met 30-year-old Police Officer Jaimie Cox lit candles for a vigil.
She was an aspiring model who had just won a contest. Two years ago 20-year-old daughter Kaylyn Pryor was shot and killed.
The Jewish United Fund estimates about 6,000 holocaust survivors remain in the Chicago area. One organization is using technology to better preserve their legacy.
Legislation has already been introduced in the Illinois House that would ban trigger-modification devices. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.
Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott says the pipe bomb that exploded at the East Chicago post office last month, injuring a worker, was meant for an attorney working for the city.
Skokie police are interviewing student-athletes and coaches.
In fact, the ethnic group is now Chicago’s second-largest. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.
It’s a big problem on Chicago’s Northwest Side.
The Chicago-made statues began their final journey Wednesday at O’Hare. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross was there.
Authorities say coyotes are coming down with a contagious mange disorder that is altering their appearance. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.
Some in Vernon Hills are calling their north suburb “Vermin Hills.”
The Valparaiso storefront glass door was no match for two hooded thieves, one swinging a hammer, the other busting in with a rock.
Zhang disappeared June 9 on the U of I campus. Investigators believe she is dead, killed by former graduate student Brent Christensen, 28.
Hate-inspired incidents are on the increase nationwide and Illinois, one observer says.
Former Cubs pitcher Jason Hammel, now with the Royals, helped donate to the more-than-$200,000 project.
Over the past six months, there have been four separate attacks that may be related. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.