Sandra Torres is a general assignment reporter for CBS 2.
Torres cames to Chicago from Milwaukee, where she was the lead reporter for CBS 58 (WDJT-TV). She also worked for sister station WYTU as a producer and co-anchor for Telemundo Wisconsin.
Prior to her time in Milwaukee, Torres worked in Chicago at WMAQ-TV, where she was a morning news content producer. Prior to that, she worked as a general assignment reporter and fill-in weather anchor at WSNS-TV, the Telemundo station in Chicago.
While at WSNS, she also appeared on network shows, including Noticiero Telemundo and Al Rojo Vivo.
Torres began her broadcast career at Illinois State University in Normal at TV-10 News, where she anchored, reported and was a photojournalist for the school’s television station. After graduating from ISU, she interned for WMBD-TV in Peoria and then worked for the Illinois Center for Broadcasting in Lombard as a television instructor.
Torres, who was born and raised in Colombia, moved to Chicago’s northwest suburbs when she was 13 years old.
She is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, the Illinois News Broadcasters Association and the Chicago/Midwest chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Seven employees of Chicago’s Water Department say they were denied promotions, subjected to racial claims and sexually harassed because of their race.
Louise Brown and Elizabeth Carr met in Chicago at a medical conference Friday. CBS 2’s Sandra Torres reports.
Friday was a memorable day for eight high school students from the city’s South Side. CBS 2’s Sandra Torres reports.
CBS 2’s Sandra Torres re-introduces us to the young founders of the anti-violence initiative.
The Cook County Commissioner called on an investigation into why it took five days to find Cameron Sanders’ body in the Des Plaines River.
Three teens jumped from a railroad bridge about 4:30 p.m. Saturday near Melrose Park. Two of the teens surfaced, but the third went missing.
The woman was shot once in the leg about 5:15 a.m. in the outbound lanes of I-90/94 near Fullerton.
An 19-year-old woman was killed Friday night when a 24-year-old woman repeatedly rammed her into a tree with her vehicle.
Police say they have one person in custody and are looking for four others who caused the crash that killed Tevin Jones.
Portage police said that initial reports show actions by the suspect ultimately led to the officer-involved shooting.
Organizers say they were motivated by President Donald Trump’s policies toward climate change and suspicions on vaccine safety.
It happened Thursday morning in Round Lake. CBS 2’s Sandra Torres reports.
Crews from 15 different fire departments responded and rescued people from their balconies. One person was transported to a local hospital.
Their goal: to defend their social studies teacher, Ms. Jill Musil. CBS 2’s Sandra Torres reports.
Two cases of mumps have been confirmed at Barrington High School, along with 18 suspected cases.
The Cook County Sheriff’s Department: Garrett Glover was found asleep in the apartment of a relative’s girlfriend in a suburb of Atlanta.
In an email, Luther North College Prep officials said they are “facing declining student enrolment and ongoing financial challenges.”
Village of Dolton Mayor Riley Rogers said he has nothing to do with a flyer showing three black political candidates in a prison chain gang.
Two African-American women have used their relative’s 1916 lynching in South Carolina as motivation for their career paths in Evanston.
Police sent out alerts after the first three incidents, but none for the two reported this past weekend.