Brad Edwards is a CBS 2 Investigator along with Pam Zekman and Dave Savini.
Edwards work has netted 70+ awards: including 20+ Regional Emmy Awards and 6 Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards.
His reporting has led to new policies, prosecutions; it has reunited families, and helped free a wrongfully convicted woman serving a 50 year prison sentence. While a reporter in Detroit, his year-long expose into the county morgue led to the burial of dozens of indigent souls, and the passage of legislation that fast-tracked a massive facility expansion.
A 2001 graduate of Michigan State University, Brad serves as an Adjunct Professor at Columbia College of Chicago and as CBS Chicago’s SAG-AFTRA steward. He resides in Chicago.
Something stinks in Chicago. Thousands of residents are waiting for garbage carts, some since late last year.
A young man with special needs was without a specialized wheelchair, unable to attend school until now. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports the special wheelchair donation on the South side has positively changed the man’s life.
His family went to police headquarters Thursday because they think there’s more to the story.
The case of a Chicago area teen, accused of illegally possessing guns, raises questions about young people who could pose a threat.
White Sox Pitcher Danny Farquhar had not thrown a pitch since the fateful night on April 20 when he suffered a brain aneurysm.
The mother of 19-year-old Matthew Milby, accused of firing several shots at Dixon High School last Wednesday, could be facing charges.
There is a call for change following the CBS 2 Investigator report Monday that showed how dangerous offenders and gun offenders are cutting and running from electronic monitoring.
The Bracelet Cutters: 25 Violent Or Gun Offenders Are On The Loose From Electronic Monitoring In Cook County
More than 80 people have disappeared while on Cook County’s electronic monitoring program since last September.
A Metra track inspector and two mechanics have been paid a total of $1.2 million in overtime in the past five years.
One family lost two kids to a rare disease. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports on the remarkable strides made, in light of that family’s unimaginable sacrifice.
Mario Cupello was charged with ten felonies, accused of scamming his west suburban landscaping clients. But when Cupello, a convicted felon, appeared before Judge Stanley Hill he was released on an I-bond, or a no cash bond.
It was unknown at the beginning if it was an intentional or unintentional act.
“We were up against a well funded machine. We were up political boss Toni Preckwinkle.”
The new guy is Andrew Gasser, with a Darth Vader coffee mug and a Holy Bible at his desk.
The company behind the failed bridge, FIGG Bridge Group, is involved in the new Cline Avenue bridge in East Chicago.
“These cats meant everything to him. They ate before he ate.”
A company manufactures bulletproof plates that can slip into backpacks to make them impervious to handgun fire. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
The field at the new LoVerde Sports & Recreation Center contains crumb rubber – pieces of ground up tires. The jury is still out on the safety of the material.
Now, Niles Mayor Andrew Przybylo is calling on the park district to remove the potentially harmful surface from an indoor soccer field.
Who will curb the speed demons and joy-riders? CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports on efforts to crack down.