Roseanne Tellez has been an anchor and reporter in the Chicago television market for almost 25 years.
She spent the past 15 years as a reporter and morning news anchor for WBBM CBS 2 Chicago, and the previous 14 years in various roles at Tribune’s WGN-TV, serving as anchor from 1995-2004.
Prior to that, Tellez was a general assignment reporter at WTLV-TV in Jacksonville, Florida. She began her career in broadcasting as an anchor and general assignment reporter at KQTV in St. Joseph, Missouri.
A graduate of the University of Southern California, Tellez holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Chicago firefighters are once again taking to the streets, boots in hand, to raise money for kids with neuromuscular disease.
Many Chicago-area families got their first taste of the 2021 football season on Monday outside Soldier Field at Bears Family Fest.
An historic building in the Lake View neighborhood is standing in the way of faster train service but not for long.
Day Two of Lollapalooza is underway and another 100,000 fans are expected to head to Grant Park once again today.
Thursday evening, Lollapalooza tweeted that more than 90-percent of festival-goers had proof of vaccination, and 8-percent brought proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
At least five people on the Near Northside found themselves staring down a gun in a series of robberies Tuesday night.
A woman died and two police officers were seriously injured in Dolton Tuesday after a confrontation at a restaurant that led to a police-involved shooting and a car crash.
In Hinsdale, there is concern about the fate of a home designed by one of the most important architects of the 20th century, Frank Lloyd Wright.
Millions of doses of the Moderna vaccine are headed to Guatemala today, compliments of the U.S. government.
Downtown Mundelein turned into racing central Monday for the inaugural Mundelein Grand Prix.