Pamela Jones serves as a general assignment reporter for CBS 2 Chicago.
Jones joined CBS 2 Chicago from CLTV where she had worked as a reporter since early 2005. Prior to that, she served as an anchor and reporter at KETV in Omaha, Neb. (1996-2004) and as an anchor and reporter for KMIZ in Columbia, Mo. (1993-1996).
While earning her master’s degree, she worked as a national correspondent for Medill News Service in Washington, D.C. (1993). Before that she served as a reporter and producer for WPBN/WTOM in Traverse City, Mich. (1991). Jones began her career in news as a field producer at KSDK in St. Louis, Mo. (1990).
Jones graduated from Northwestern University with a B.S. in Journalism and later received her M.S. in Journalism from the same university. She is fluent in Spanish and is a native of Gary, Ind. where her family still lives.
A Skokie doctor is accused of videotaping male college wrestlers in the locker room of a community college in Michigan.
More coyote sightings in the Chicago area have been keeping parents and pet-owners nervous, and police busy.
But just how safe is that ice? CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
The lawsuit – which seeks class-action status – includes photos of a Footlong sub that measures less than 11 inches long.
Three Schaumburg police officers have been arrested, following a federal drug investigation.
We just can’t seem to get rid of those pesky and itchy bed bugs. In fact, the city of Chicago is number one when it comes to customers calling for treatment.
Residents of the Dearborn Park neighborhood were on alert Thursday, a day after a man sexually assaulted a resident outside her home. CBS 2′s Pamela Jones reports.
CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports it’s where people put their purses and bags that has thieves waiting to pounce.
CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports the plans are part commercial – but mostly spiritual.
The city’s parking meters, Chicago area water rates, cigarettes, license plates — all are getting more expensive this year.
“Three of my fingers were literally, pretty much hanging off my hand, and that’s pretty scary,” says 31-year-old Anthony Kuber. CBS 2′s Pamela Jones reports.
It all started with hundreds of lawsuits against Toyota, but tonight, it is ending with a billion dollar payout and the Toyota-owners are asking how much of that billion they’ll see.
The search for a fugitive might have taken a tragic turn; Kenneth Conley escaped from the federal jail in downtown Chicago last week, and one suburban family said the search for Conley claimed the life of their beloved pet.
Experts were predicting a longer and stronger flu season this year.
Pearl was left struggling with her head pinched in the jaws of an animal trap on Saturday. Police said Pearl’s death was no accident.
Two families led by gay couples were optimistic it would finally mean the legalization of gay marriage nationwide.
One mother is angry at Divincenzo and has joined several families filing lawsuits against Maine Township High School District 207 because of a series of alleged attacks coaches knew about dating back to 2007.
Anthony Kuber was just trying to surrender to robbers, but he took five gunshots instead.
CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports neighbors are asking why it takes so long to get derelict properties cleaned up.
CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports on the 30-year-old woman’s disappearance and her family’s frantic search.
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