Prior to joining the ABC 7 team, Diane was a reporter/anchor at WTMJ4 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She reported for their morning show, "Live at Daybreak" and also served as anchor of "Live at Noon."
Diane got her start at KFXB-TV in Dubuque, Iowa after graduating Columbia College Chicago in 2001, and has worked at various stations in the Midwest over the years. She even dabbled in radio, both on-air and behind the scenes!
Diane is a native Chicagoan, born and raised in Rogers Park. She is a first-generation American; her family comes from Lebanon and Syria, and they are all fluent in the Assyrian language. Diane is happy to be back home and looks forward to helping serve her community.
Diane is happily married, and in the process of turning her Cheesehead husband into an honorary Chicago sports fan!
Only four homes in Chicago's Edison Park neighborhood are still without heat several hours after a gas main was struck in the 6700-block of North Oconto Avenue. Peoples Gas said workers are at each of those homes ready to restore service as soon as someone can let them in.
Four people were injured but listed in stable to good condition after a hotel fire in East Garfield Park.
A Catholic mass was held Friday afternoon to remember bishops, priests and deacons on the 18th anniversary of the death of Joseph Cardinal Bernardin.
Joe Foust has not talked publicly about what happened to his beloved wife Molly Glynn since the afternoon of Sept. 5 when high winds snapped a tree along the North Branch Trail near Willow Road.
Brian Williams, one of the alleged suspects in the beating of an off-duty Chicago police officer, spoke exclusively to ABC 7 Eyewitness News before turning himself in to Harvey police.