Audrina Bigos is a general assignment reporter for CBS 2
A multi-media journalist and educator, Bigos previously worked for WCCB-TV in Charlotte, N.C. since 2011.
In addition, she has been an instructor at the Carolina School of Broadcasting since 2013.
Bigos was initially hired by WCCB-TV as a reporter and photographer and was promoted to serve as the station’s weekend 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. anchor in May 2014.
Bigos began her broadcast career as an anchor, reporter, producer and photojournalist at WUSF-TV, the PBS station in Tampa, Florida that is owned by the University of South Florida.
She graduated from USF in 2010 with a degree in telecommunications news.
While in North Carolina, Bigos launched a self-esteem project entitled – SMART Girls – which has become a permanent program at the Charlotte Boys & Girls Club.
Additionally, she has served as the vice president of broadcast for the Charlotte Area Association of Black Journalists and is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
Hours after eight people were wounded in two shootings in Englewood, members of that beleaguered South Side community gathered for an annual back to school parade, seeking to put a stop to the violence.
Two priests, accused of sexual crimes against children and people with disabilities, are living next door to a junior high school in the western suburbs.
A taxiing plane with passengers on-board collided into another plane at O’Hare Airport Wednesday.
When there is no barrier between your backyard and train tracks, whose responsibility is it when someone gets hit? CBS 2’s Audrina Bigos looked into the fights for a fence.
The entire leadership board at Willow Creek church will step down by the end of the year. The news comes after new sexual misconduct allegations against the founder, Bill Hybels.
Residents on Chicago’s South and West sides are speaking up following an announcement by the Chicago Police Department that more officers will be deployed to their communities due to area gun violence.
What started as a peaceful vigil for Oceana Jones quickly turned to chaos.
A Chicago Police vehicle crashed into a tree and began billowing with smoke with the officer still inside when a Good Samaritan came to the rescue.
In 2009, the city of Chicago cut lifeguard hours because of budget cuts.
Someone went overboard on the Imedi. That’s a sailboat out of the Chicago Yacht Club.
Sirens went off in Central Iowa, as residents watched two funnel clouds rip through neighborhoods.
A flurry of tornadoes swept through central Iowa Thursday afternoon, injuring at least 17 people, flattening buildings in three cities and forcing the evacuation of a hospital.
Smoke and flames filled the sky in far north suburban Wadsworth Tuesday, engulfing the iconic golden pyramid house. The unusually shaped home made it difficult for firefighters to battle the flames.
Neighbors say they spotted two children dangling out of a window and rushed to make sure the kids did not fall.
A Chicago Police officer was found not guilty after a bar fight trial.
They came out to march. Protesters organized and local police lined the streets.
Thousands of protesters shut down a Chicago interstate to draw attention to the city’s gun violence.
Chicago Police hope hitting line drives will drive some South side kids to a bright future.
Fire officials received a report of a fire at a Westmont apartment building on Ogden and Cass.
12 boys of a Thailand soccer team have been found after getting trapped in a flooded cave in Northern Thailand. Officials are trying to figure out how to get the boys and their coach out safely.
A family of seven had just jumped into a car in the East Garfield Park neighborhood Sunday night when a car pulled up and starting shooting.
A day of action. Thousands protesting the Trump administration’s immigration policies at the U.S. border.
Chicago police officer Jose Sanchez broke out his best dance move–what he calls “the devastating spin,” when he was at an anti-violence event called the “block takeover.”
A shooting in a busy Chicago Loop intersection during the Friday rush hour sent a teen to the hospital.
There is plenty of doom and gloom these days, but now finding your happy place can be easier than ever.
A surprise twist ended the wrongful death civil lawsuit involving the police shooting of 19-year-old Quintonio LeGrier.
Chicago Police are issuing a warning following a string of home burglaries that happened in broad daylight on Chicago’s north side.
The protests stem from the Trump administration’s zero tolerance policy toward the border crisis.
In a waterlogged neighborhood near Midway Airport, the saturated ground opened up and a sinkhole started to form in an unassuming place.
A 66-year-old woman was killed, and three other people were injured, when a stolen SUV fleeing police slammed into a taxi in the River North neighborhood late Wednesday night.