Catherine Catalane is a news anchor at WBBM Newsradio 780/105.9.
Catherine anchored news broadcasts for many years at WTOP Radio in Washington DC before returning to Chicago. Earlier in her career she was among the first women to host a talk show at Chicago’s WGN Radio.
She also anchored news programs at WMAQ Radio, KMOX in St. Louis, and KULF in Houston.
Catalane began her radio career at WTMJ in Milwaukee, where she was the airborne traffic reporter for morning and afternoon drive times. Catherine has a degree in Broadcast Communications from Marquette University.
She is married to Chris Bury. They have two sons, Jack and Charlie, and a Chocolate Labrador, “Mousse.”
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BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (CBS) — Job prospects are beginning to look more promising for the state’s military veterans. As WBBM Newsradio’s Catherine Catalane reports, for returning veterans in Illinois, the unemployment rate is better than other […]
A couple from west suburban Naperville have been placed on supervision and fined $1,000 for hosting an after-prom party, in which they allowed alcoholic beverages to be consumed by students of Naperville North High School.
Chicago has one of the highest delinquent mortgage rates in the country, and a government-sponsored program is being held in Rosemont Monday for struggling homeowners.
The body of a woman was discovered Friday morning about a mile east of the Indiana Dunes State Park pavilion, Porter County (Ind.) Coroner Chuck Harris said.
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A 25-year-old Gurnee man and three juveniles were arrested for a “car hopping” spree that allegedly ran through a half dozen area communities.
A judge has barred a suburban Chicago tax preparer convicted last year of falsifying tax returns from ever again filing anyone else’s federal returns.
An Illinois soldier who died in Afghanistan has been buried in his hometown of Antioch.
A Chicago company has expanded a recall to include an additional 580 pounds of beef patties because of possible E. coli contamination.
A Chicago food company has recalled more than 200 pounds of ground beef patties that may be contaminated with E. coli bacteria.