Kathy Brock

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Kathy Brock
Kathy Brock blur.jpg
Brock at the news desk
Born(1959-07-24) July 24, 1959 (age 54)
Pasco, Washington, United States
EducationGraduated Pasco High School
Graduated Washington State University
OccupationNews Anchor at ABC 7 Chicago
 
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Kathy Brock
Kathy Brock blur.jpg
Brock at the news desk
Born(1959-07-24) July 24, 1959 (age 54)
Pasco, Washington, United States
EducationGraduated Pasco High School
Graduated Washington State University
OccupationNews Anchor at ABC 7 Chicago

Kathy Brock (born July 24, 1959) is a news anchor at WLS-TV, Chicago's ABC affiliate. She is a co-anchor of the station's 6 pm and 10 pm news broadcasts alongside Alan Krashesky and Ron Magers, respectively.

Personal Life and Education[edit]

Brock grew up in Pasco, Washington. There, she attended and graduated from Pasco High School in 1977. She later received her Bachelor's degree in Journalism from Washington State University. She currently lives in the northern suburbs of Chicago with her two children.

Career[edit]

Before joining ABC 7 Chicago, Brock spent six years as an anchor/reporter at KUTV-TV in Salt Lake City, Utah. She also worked at KBCI-TV in Boise, Idaho; KEPR-TV, in Pasco, Washington; and KWSU-TV in Pullman, Washington.

Brock joined WLS-TV in 1990 as a co-anchor of the morning newscast. From 1993 - 1998, she co-anchored the 6 pm newscast with Floyd Kalber. Since 1998, she has co-anchored it with Alan Krashesky.[1] In 2003, after Diann Burns left ABC 7, Brock was promoted to the 10 pm newscast alongside Ron Magers. This is currently the No. 1 rated and most watched newscast in Chicago.[2][3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Meet the Team - Alan Krashesky". Retrieved December 21, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Meet the Team - Ron Magers". Retrieved December 21, 2010. 
  3. ^ Mike Thomas. "Ready for her closeup - Since taking over the 10 o'clock slot on Channel 7 from superstar anchor Diann Burns, steady-as-she-goes Kathy Brock has kept the broadcast in a familiar place--first." Chicago Sun-Times. July 10, 2003. 36.

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