Kathy Brock, who spent six years as an anchor/reporter at KUTV-TV in Salt Lake City, Utah, worked at KBCI-TV in Boise, Idaho; KEPR-TV in Pasco, Washington, and KWSU-TV in Pullman, Washington before joining ABC7 Chicago. 56 years old Brock joined WLS-TV in 1990 as a co-anchor of the morning newscast, and John Drury gave her a helping hand on that show from 1993 to 1998.
Brock has co-anchored with Floyd Kalber in the 6 pm newscast since 1998 and has been co-anchoring with Alan Krashesky from the same time. Brock was promoted to the 10 pm newscast in 2003 after Diann Burns left ABC7 and she made the show No. 1 most-watched newscast in Chicago by working alongside Ron Magers. Recently Alan Krashesky joined Kathy on the anchor desk of News at 10. Kathy started working together in a morning show 26 years ago.
Kathy who grew up in Pasco, Washington attended and graduated from Pasco High School and received her Bachelor's degree in Journalism from Washington State University. With her two grown-up children who are in college and her second husband Douglas P. Regan, she was living in Winnetka for the last 20 years and now she left the northern suburbs and tried city living. The co-anchor for the station's 6 p.m and 10 p.m is sold her 12-room home for $1.675 million for which she had paid $1.525 in 2005.
Fabulous Faris & Maria Nijim hosting NW Brain tumor Institute Gala. Best people raising $ for such worthwhile cause pic.twitter.com/2ODJFIhX4o
— Kathy Brock (@KathyBrockABC7) May 2, 2015
The two sons are from her previous husband attorney Michael Staab. Despite being a TV news reporter, she has never talked about her salary and net worth to the public. She only talks about the required subject while on-air. Thus her salary and net worth are behind a thick curtain and we are not being able to see it. Her hard work and struggle deserve a pretty good amount of salary. Still, after looking at the price of her house and her lifestyle, she definitely has a good salary and a considerable amount of net worth.