Former Channel 6 reporter buys $2.7 million home in greater Chicago
Former Channel 6 reporter Stacia Dubin and her husband have, according to Chicagotribune.com, bought a $2.725 million home in suburban Chicago.
Dubin, 37, who left Milwaukee's Fox affiliate in 2000, went on to work at WBBM-Ch. 2 in Chicago as a reporter and morning news anchor. The 1990 Nicolet High School graduate and UW grad left Chicago's Channel 2 in August 2004 when her contract was not renewed.
In 2005, she married Chicago orthopedic surgeon Mark Cohen. Her parents currently reside in Bayside.
Details on Dubin's new home are here.
merlin | Jan. 2, 2010 at 11:23 p.m. (report)
thank you I am so glad I know this
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