Jessica D'Onofrio
Jessica D'Onofrio joined ABC 7, Chicago's Number One news station, as a general assignment reporter in August 2010.

She reports for ABC7's Morning Show and has covered a wide range of stories including the Chicago teacher's strike in 2012, the NATO Summit and the Drew Peterson trial.

D'Onofrio came to ABC 7 Chicago from CBS affiliate WKMG-TV in Orlando, Florida, where she reported for the station's 11 pm newscast and served as a fill-in anchor. Her exclusive reporting and insider's knowledge on the Casey Anthony story led to national appearances on the CBS Early Show, CNN, The Nancy Grace Show and Larry King.

D'Onofrio also worked in Indianapolis at FOX affiliate WXIN-TV where she was both a reporter and fill-in anchor from 2003-2005. Prior to that, she spent two years as a bureau chief and fill-in anchor for WHOI-TV in Peoria-Bloomington-Normal in Central Illinois.

A native Chicagoan, D'Onofrio attended high school at the Latin School of Chicago. She's a graduate of the University of Michigan and has a master's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.

When not working, she enjoys catching a Zumba class, cooking and spending time with family.

She is married and lives downtown.

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The clock is ticking to a possible government shutdown in Illinois. If a budget deal is not reached by midnight, thousands of state workers could soon find their paychecks slashed.
Donald Trump, Republican presidential hopeful, spoke Monday afternoon to civic and business leaders at a sold-out City Club of Chicago luncheon in River North.
Timothy Herring, a man found guilty of the 2010 murders of Chicago Police Officer Michael Flisk and former Chicago Housing Authority Officer Stephen Peters, has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
The cool, stormy weather in the Chicago area is taking a financial toll on area swimming pools and aquatic centers; it's almost July, but the weather is keeping swimmers away.
Six people were shot, one fatally, in two separate shootings that occurred within ten minutes of each other in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood.