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She is also public speaker for the students of the Chicago Public Schools. Rose, who had been dating Burton when she was a Chicago Bears cheerleader, surprised her with a diamond engagement ring on the Friday night before Super Bowl XX in New Orleans.
Burton joined WLS-TV in 1992 as weekend co-anchor/reporter. In addition to being on television, Burton was a cheerleader.Caption: Cheryl Burton with ex-husband Jim Rose at the 40th Anniversary Gala for Chicago's Central City Productions in Chicago in September 2010. They're the ones who are just so loving and warm and they just kiss you and that kind of thing. Because they told her that there were no Black students in Cheyenne, Wyoming to teach. So the stories and experiences of older people are priceless and we can certainly learn from those.Their journey as a couple began quite romantically. My father died almost nine years ago when I was here in Chicago interviewing at all three stations, 7, 2 and 5.Apparently, they were aboard the President riverboat when he asked her the question.Both Jim and Cheryl were sitting under the moonlight when Jim reached out his hands to his pocket and pulled out a diamond engagement ring. And I go and do speeches, and I see them on the street. My Mom couldn't even get a job in Wyoming and she had a master's degree. My parents just up and left the South for a better life and parlayed it into something wonderful.In the year of 20, she was honored with the Thurgood Marshall Award.
Also in 2004, the Chicago Association of Black Journalist (CABJ) honored Burton with the Russ Ewing Award for her coverage on the E2 nightclub tragedy.
Burton's broadcasting career began in 1989 at WGN-TV in Chicago where she co-anchored "MBR: The Minority Business Report", a nationally syndicated weekly series.
In 1990, she moved to Peoria, Illinois where she worked as a reporter at WMBD-TV.
Cheryl Burton (born December 25, 1962) is an American news anchor.
Since 1992, Burton has been working for ABC 7 Chicago (WLS-TV) in Chicago, Illinois. newscast alongside Alan Krashesky and is a contributor on the 10 p.m. Born in 1962 at Provident Hospital in Chicago, Burton graduated from Lindblom Technical High School (now known Lindblom Math & Science Academy) in 1980. Burton's broadcasting career began in 1989 at WGN-TV in Chicago where she co-anchored "MBR: The Minority Business Report", a nationally syndicated weekly series.
It so happened that Jim timed the marriage proposal just a year after the couple’s first date which happened to be in Super Bowl XIX Party in Chicago. I have always enjoyed them; I'm very good with children. My Mom's still here, she just turned 70 and we had a big 70th birthday party for her.” Cheryl Burton was born on December 25, 1962 (age 53 years old) in Chicago, Illinois.