Jeremy Ross

jeremy ross Jeremy RossJeremy Ross is a general assignment reporter for CBS 2.

Jeremy joined the station in July 2014. He is an award-winning journalist, who came to CBS 2 from WITI-TV in Milwaukee.

Before that, he worked in Lansing, Mich.

Jeremy, who is originally from Detroit, graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

Police Investigating If Lakeview Burglaries Are Connected

A handful of Lakeview businesses were victimized in a rash of burglaries since Thursday. Police are working to see if the crimes are connected.

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Brother Defends Sibling In Munster Pit Bull Attack

The victims are doing fine. One, however, is a little bit sore.


Woman Searches For Owner After Finding Wedding Band In Villa Park Walmart

It is a golden example of the golden rule. A woman found a gold ring and wants to return it to the rightful owner, claiming she would want someone to do the same for her.



2 Painters Shot, One Killed In Washington Heights

A Vietnam Veteran described what he calls a “warzone” in Chicago as he tried to save his friend who had just been shot.


Possible Cougar Sighting In Chicago’s Northwest Suburbs

A northwest suburban community has been issued a big cat warning following a probable cougar sighting.


Violent Weekend In Chicago: More Than 30 People Wounded In Shootings

At least four of the crime scenes can be classified as mass shootings.


Beating The Heat At Lollapalooza

Event organizers have cooling stations around the park and hydration stations as well. 



Lollapalooza Prepares For Hot Weekend Ahead

Festival goers planning to attend Lollapalooza this weekend will need their fair share of liquid this weekend with the extreme heat. 


Hooting, Hollering, And Harassment Concerns Grow At Lollapalooza

Lollapalooza 2018 kicked off in Chicago Thursday.  CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports there is a growing concern for many attending the music festival.


Burglars Devastate Lakeview Eyeglass Store

Burglars devastated a Lakeview optometrist’s office early Monday, leaving thousands of dollars of damage in their wake.


Chicago’s Concerts Getting Extra Security

The underlying behavior is more common than you think.


Retired Paramedic And Wife Killed In Chain Reaction Crash

It appears a retired Chicago Fire Department paramedic and his wife were the victims of a drunk driver when they were killed in a high-speed crash early Sunday in the South Deering neighborhood.


Three Years Later, No Clues For Missing Members Of A Gary Family

Diamond Bynum and her nephew King Walker were last seen July 25, 2015.


MoviePass Couldn’t Afford To Take Members To The Movies Thursday

Going to the movies is more expensive than ever, so it’s no wonder why movie subscription service app MoviePass has seen booming success.


KKK Fliers Found In Tinley Park Yards

Bags with messages of hate were discovered over the weekend in Tinley Park.  CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports KKK flyers were found in a nearby community.


Sailor Who Went Overboard Was Making Routine Adjustment

“This was his passion. If he had any choice as to what he’s doing in time, he wanted to be out there racing.”


Special Olympics Athlete From Bangladesh Still Missing

Police and Special Olympics officials are searching for a 22-year-old man with autism from Bangladesh.


Mother Loses All Her Children, 9 Family Members In Duck Boat Accident

17 people died in the accident, including nine of Tia Coleman’s loved ones. Coleman survived the accident. 


Westmont Pizzeria To Reopen Today, A Day After Car Smashes Through Window

 A car crashed into a restaurant in Westmont around 7:30 Thursday night.


More Than 200 Protest After Fatal Police-Involved Shooting In South Shore

Protestors are demanding for murder charges against the officers involved in a fatal police-involved shooting that happened on Saturday.


Concert, Festival Goers Prepare For Hot Weather Expected This Weekend

Hydration in the extreme summer heat is key, whether you’re enjoying the Taste of Chicago, summer concert, or other festivity.


Battle Brewing Over Chicago’s Bungalows

The bungalow homes are described as humble and iconic, but recently there has been a clash between keeping their design’s heritage and keeping up with the expanding housing demands.


Mayor Emanuel Heads To China, Wants To Preserve Factory

Dozens of the area’s top business leaders and politicians will make their way to China Monday.


Drivers Pack Patience Waiting On The Dan Ryan Protests

At first only the right two lanes were closed. Eventually all lanes were shutdown.


Group Of Teens And Man Rescued From Lake Michigan, One In Critical Condition

Rescue teams frantically searched in Lake Michigan for a group of teens and a 43-year-old man who tried to rescue them Friday night.


Rescue Teams Pull 1 Adult, 2 Teens From Lake At Loyola Beach

One adult and two teenage girls were rescued from Lake Michigan at Loyola Park Beach.


4th Of July Beach-Goers Celebrate With ‘Heat, Meat, And The Beat’

 Nearly 100,000 people flocked to Navy Pier to watch the fireworks display for the Fourth of July, while hundreds of others flocked to local beaches. 


Hotel Workers Get ‘Panic Buttons’ For Protection

A 2016 survey by Unite Here Local 1 revealed 58 percent of hotel workers were sexually harassed by a guest.


Hot Weather Forcing Everyone To Keep Cool

City officials stressing those without air conditioning can locate cooling centers throughout the city.


CPS Removes 2 Principals In Ongoing Sex Abuse Investigation

Chicago Public Schools announced two principals were removed from their positions Monday as the investigation continues into the CPS sex abuse scandal.