Liz Nagy
Liz Nagy, who joined ABC 7 Chicago as a per diem reporter in March 2016, was promoted to staff general assignment reporter in December 2016. Since joining WLS Liz has traveled to cover stories like hurricanes, Harvey and Florence, as well as, fallout from police shootings in Milwaukee and Baton Rouge.

Vice President and News Director Jennifer Graves commented at the time, "In the short time she's been with us, Liz has proven to be a very talented, aggressive reporter who knows how to get to the heart of the story. She's a tenacious go-getter in the field and a welcome addition to our reporting staff."

Prior to coming to ABC 7, Nagy was a general assignment reporter at WSVN-TV in Miami, where she was one of the station's go-to night side reporters. She covered many different breaking news stories and reported on topics of the day including same sex marriage arguments before the U. S. Supreme Court. Nagy also filled in on the anchor desk at WSVN. Before joining WSVN in 2011, Nagy launched a weekend morning newscast at WEAR-TV, the ABC affiliate in Pensacola, Florida. She also reported for WEAR, covering breaking news, crime and the 2010 BP oil spill.

Nagy also worked at WVIR-TV in Charlottesville, Virginia as weekend morning anchor/reporter. She got her start in television at WEIU-TV in Charleston, Illinois.

Nagy helped raise money in the fight against breast cancer when she participated in "Dancing with Chicago Celebrities."

Nagy has a bachelor's degree in broadcast communications from Elon University in Elon, North Carolina. She's a native of suburban Philadelphia. Nagy lives in Chicago.

Liz's Stories
Chicago coronavirus: CPD conducts 3 nights of checkpoints as warm weather complicates social distancing measures
Chicago police will conduct 3 nights of checkpoints starting Tuesday night as the warming weather and changing seasons complicates efforts social distance and slow the spread of coronavirus.
West Side liquor stores close early to encourage residents to stay at home as Chicago coronavirus cases rise
Liquor stores on Chicago's West Side will close at 6 p.m. in order to help with social distancing and stop people from congregating on the street, the stores' owners said Monday.
CPD Officer Marco DiFranco dies from coronavirus; at least 60 CPD employees have virus
A 50-year-old Chicago police officer has died from COVID-19, the department said Thursday.
Arlington Heights couple, Lake Co. mom who survived coronavirus say not to lose hope
The coronavirus pandemic has brought life as we know it to a halt, overrun hospitals with patients, and paralyzed many Americans with fear. But three survivors say we shouldn't lose hope.
Coronavirus Chicago: Mayor announces 1st city employee death; good weather brings back concerns of spread
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Monday that the first city employee has died from COVID-19, as the mayor grapples with concern that the return of good weather means the virus could spread again.
Coronavirus Chicago: Extended stay-at-home order means more hardship for hourly workers
The order to keep most businesses closed and people at home in Illinois is necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19, but it means at least another month of hardship for millions of workers.
Coronavirus deaths: Chicago pastor, Hobart pastor's wife among latest victims of COVID-19
Two people affiliated with churches in Chicago and Northwest Indiana have died from the novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus Chicago: Mayor Lori Lightfoot announces new remote learning plans at CPS, City Colleges
Chicago Public Schools has announced new remote learning plans so students can continue their education during the COVID-19 pandemic.
$2.2T federal coronavirus stimulus package could be lifeline for many Chicago-area businesses
The $2.2 trillion economic rescue package signed into law Friday could keep many Chicago-area businesses operating and paying employees during the coronavirus pandemic.
Rush, University of Chicago hospitals prepare for possible surge of COVID-19 patients
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Thursday that Chicago could see more than 40,000 hospitalizations in the coming weeks, which has hospitals bracing for a potential surge of COVID-19 patients.