Dana Kozlov is an Emmy-award-winning political investigative reporter for CBS 2 Chicago. Prior to joining the station in 2003, she worked at WGN, CNN Chicago and WEEK-TV in Peoria, where she began her journalism career in 1992.

A native of Palatine and graduate of Fremd High School, she received her communications degree from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.

Kozlov has been involved with many organizations since moving back to Chicago in 1995, especially those focused on the issue of domestic violence. Most recently, she served on the Board of the Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women’s Network. She’s also worked with The Cradle and Rainbow House, among others.

Kozlov loves cooking, dance, yoga, music, reading, travel, all exercise and wine. She’s a proud Chicagoan whose family has deep roots in the city. She is also an enthusiastic Chicago sports fan.

Kozlov and her husband live and are raising their two children in the city.

Latest From Dana Kozlov

Experts Warn Of Fraudulent Sites Made To Look Like Federal Government's Site For Free COVID-19 TestsAt-home COVID-19 tests are now available at the click of a button, as the Biden administration officially launched COVIDtests.gov on Wednesday – allowing for four free tests per household that ship in seven to 12 days. But just as the government’s site was up and running, so were the bogus ones.
AT&T And Verizon Delay Rollout Of New 5G Service Near O'Hare, Midway, Other Airports After Airlines Warn Of DelaysVerizon said its technology, which is intended to increase speed, reliability and power for more than 90 million Americans, will launch Wednesday as planned, but with the temporary limit around airports.
Chicago Author Paul Kendrick Emphasizes Enduring Importance Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Courage After Being Placed In Prison Where He Felt His Life Was In DangerSix decades later, some lessons learned from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are just as relevant today – that is the view of a local author who wrote a book about a pivotal incident in Dr. King’s life.
Another Contempt Of Court Order Issued Against Illinois DCFS Director Marc Smith For Violating Rights Of TeenIllinois Department of Children and Family Services Director Marc Smith was held in contempt of court again on Thursday for violating the rights of a teenage boy.
On Top Of Longstanding Problems, Some Chicago Area Residents Say Mail Delivery Has Gotten Worse In 2022We heard about a lot of postal problems in 2021, and the New Year is bringing a new crop of trouble.