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.

Apartment Complex Site Of Several Home Invasions, Rapes

Over the past six months, there have been four separate attacks that may be related. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.


Skokie To Follow Cook County’s Minimum Wage Jump, Paid Sick Leave Policy

At a village board meeting Thursday, opponents and supporters voiced their views.


Indiana Man Foils Kidnapping Attempt On His Baby Son

An attempted abduction is sending chills though a northwest Indiana neighborhood.


Photographer Rescues Someone Else’s Lost Vacation Photos

In May, photographer Josh Zuelke was visiting Florida when he found a camera. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.


Amtrak Conductor Still Hospitalized, But Making Progress

A train passenger shot Michael Case last month at the Naperville commuter rail station. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.


Firefighter Injured During Traffic Stop With Chicago Cop

Now, an investigation has been opened. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.


Storms Wallop Evanston, No Injuries Reported

The north suburb of Evanston was particularly hard hit. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.


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Residents Cry Foul Over Street-Cleaning Tickets

Did residents on a Morgan Park block get adequate notice to move their cars for street cleaning? CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.


One Year Later, Family Grieves Robbery Victim

One year ago, Pamela Johnson was struck by a car on Lake Shore Drive while running away from robbers. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.


‘Tiny Home’ Concept Generates A Wee Bit Of Interest In Chicago

Proponents say the 300-square-foot dwelling is one affordable housing solution, but not the only one. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.


Wounded Amtrak Conductor Called His Wife To Say, ‘I Love You’

Michael Case of Homewood remains in critical condition after being shot at the Naperville train station earlier this week.


Dolton Trustees Want To Close Nightclub Where 5 Were Shot Sunday

Officers responded about 3 a.m. to a call of shots fired at Club One, 14112 Chicago Road, according to Dolton Police Chief Robert Collins.


Hammond, Ind. Public Pools Not Ready For Summer

These older facilities would take a small fortune to repair, so Hammond residents will have fewer options. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.


Laptops, Other Electronics May Be Restricted On U.S. Flights To Europe, U.K.

Any electronics larger than a smartphone may need to be checked for certain routes overseas, CBS News has learned.


4 Killed In Crash With CTA Bus In East Garfield Park

A car and a bus collided early Sunday morning in the East Garfield Park neighborhood on the West Side, killing four people, police said.


Chicago’s Climate March On Trump’s 100th Day

Thousands of people marked Trump’s 100th day in office with a protest rally in the Loop and a moment of silence in front of Trump Tower.


Suspect Reached Through Open Window To Grope Girl, 12: Police

Chicago police detectives say the incident happened early Tuesday, near 61st and Evans.


Proposal Would Require Businesses To Let Anyone Use Toilet For ‘Emergencies’

Ald. David Moore of the 17th Ward met with a woman who was stopped from using a restroom — and had a humiliating accident.


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Massive Fights Breaks Out At South Side Carnival

A massive fight involving at least 500 people broke out at a carnival Saturday night on the city’s far South Side.


Donated Gold Coin Will Help Pay For Indiana Church’s Expansion

An area woman’s generous gift comes at just the right time. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.



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