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.

Celebrations And Tears Mark Graduation Day At Northwestern

The campus of Northwestern celebrated its graduates Saturday, while some mourn the loss of a student.


Burglars Connected To Chicago Hit NW Indiana Cars

Police in Northwest Indiana are looking for burglars who hit a sting of parked vehicles last night. 


Chicago Drenched On First Day Of Summer

The rain that hit the Chicago-area Thursday was heavy and unrelenting, causing problems ranging from flooding to traffic and bad hair days.  


Flooded Roadways Causing Concerns, Headaches For Drivers

What Mother Nature sent streaming into Chicago, workers waded through and tried to send it elsewhere.


Family Of Teen Left For Dead Speaks Out

Witnesses said Erin laid under the sheet for close to an hour before someone watching a city pod camera noticed movement.


Hot Temperatures Affect Travel, Sporting Events Around Chicago

 The weather caused the Cubs versus Dodgers game to be delayed Monday night.


Aurora’s First Pride Celebration

“It gives you chills because it’s something that you can be a part of that you thought would never happen here.”


Skydiver Killed After Parachute Failed To Deploy

A skydiver is dead after his parachute failed to deploy.


A Woman May Go Blind After CTA Red Line Attack

Police describe the attack as brutal, vicious and unprovoked.


Deerfield Ban On Assault Rifles On Pause Following Court Ruling

The Village of Deerfield’s ban on assault rifles and high-capacity magazines is on pause after a court ruling Tuesday.


Naperville Police Officer Saves Child Who Ran Into The Street

The Naperville Police Department released dash cam video showing a Sergeant rescue a boy running down Route 59.


Local Koreans React To Singapore Summit

“Hope is the word I wold use to describe the mood among Chicago Korean-Americans.”


One Person Injured In East Chicago Home Explosion

“At first I thought a car had crashed into the house.”


Suspect Arrested In Spree Of Joliet Robberies

Joliet Police say a Plainfield man is in custody and facing several aggravated and attempted robbery charges.


Veteran Turns Love For Carpentry Into Furniture Business

Plenty of veterans struggle to find work, but one suburban man turned his hobby into a big business.


CPD Releases Photo Of Suspect In Red Line Attack

While on the platform, she saw a man urinating. She told him to find a bathroom instead. An argument followed and then she said, an attack.


DEA Agent Kills Suspect Near I-290

The Drug Enforcment Agency issued a statement that they were on a significant investigation involving cocaine dealing.


Active Shooter Training Becoming A Norm At Schools

There have been 23 school shootings in the United States so far this year. As a result, more schools are requiring teachers to get special training to protect their students.


Sailor Killed In Pearl Harbor Finally Laid To Rest

Draped in the flag of the country he served and died for seven decades ago. Radioman Second Class Walter H. Backman was just 22 when he was killed.


Keeping Cool Under Record High Temperatures

Any place in the shade and any place close to water. Those are the prime spots throughout the day.


Pearl Harbor Sailor Finally Comes Home, With Honors

Backman’s remains were identified and he’s finally coming home. 76 years after serving and dying for his country.


Chicago Dogs Play Inaugural Ball Game In Rosemont

The minor league baseball team, the Chicago Dogs, are playing their first baseball game in Rosemont’s Impact Field.


Man Saved By CPR Starts Training Program, Helps Others Rebound

A teacher, trained in CPR several months ago, used those skills to save a life Thursday. The reason the educator had those skills is now part of a chain of life saving stories.


Flooding, Water Damage Reported In Glenview

Rain reached record levels across the Chicagoland area Monday.


Dixon High Graduation Cermony Honors Officer Who Protected Students

More than 180 graduates received diplomas, but school resource officer Mark Dallas received as many hugs, cheers, and souvenirs as a measure of thanks for stopping a school shooting before it could turn deadly.


Two In Custody After Northwest Indiana Shooting

Charges are pending after reports of two off-duty police officers shot outside a bar.


Chicago’s Large Lots Program Offers Vacant Lots For $1

The $1 lots are part of the city’s Large Lots Program, where people living on the block can buy vacant lots, provided they’ve paid all of their city bills.


Mother Of Kankakee Murder Victim: ‘I Want Them To Burn In Hell For Taking My Rock’

Police say they found a body after putting out the fire around 5:15 a.m. Thursday. Officers say the man found inside was murdered.


Armed Robbers Force Women To Withdraw Cash From Several ATMs

Chicago police are warning people on the Northwest Side about a pair of armed robbers targeting women in cars and forcing them to take cash out from ATMs.


Severe Weather Causes Damage Across Illinois And Indiana

The clouds and rain rolled through the city quickly Monday afternoon. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross was out in the thick of the storms.