I could give up, but that didn’t mean I was giving up on myself. I had a master’s degree, really great friends, the best sister in the world and excellent health. I would be the glamorous aunt that never married but instead pursued adventures at every turn. I started putting out feelers for jobs in other states. ” my sister continued whispering, and I realized this poor guy was probably standing right next to her. I took his photo and can send it to you if you want.”My sister sent me the photo. When we finally spoke, the lack of enthusiasm on both our parts was evident.
I could enjoy it all without the burden of romantic aspirations. After all, with no need to stay rooted in Los Angeles, I could go wherever I wanted. My heart skipped a beat when I saw he looked like Michael Madsen. (I found out later he had no intention of meeting me but friends had been nagging him every day since the party.)We eventually agreed to meet on a Wednesday night.
Prior to joining NBC5, Jacobson was a general assignment reporter at the Fox Affiliate WJBK-TV in Detroit, Mich.
She worked at the ABC Affiliate KVIA-TV in El Paso, Texas, where duties included general assignment reporter, assignment editor and substitute producer/anchor.
Police eventually raided his house in the middle of the night shortly after and found 24 guns.magazine, a media relations consultant that was helping Lisa Stebic's family during the investigation told Stebic's neighbors to have fully charged video cameras aimed at his house at all times in case they spot anything suspicious.
Jacobson started her career in journalism in 1992 at KSAX-TV in Alexandria, Minn., as a morning anchor/producer and general assignment reporter.
On July 10, 2007, Jacobson and WMAQ-TV negotiated her exit, following an investigation by the station.
On July 7, 2008, the Chicago Sun-Times reported "On Monday, Jacobson filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against CBS-owned WBBM-TV-Channel 2 for airing the tape of her at the home of Craig Stebic, the southwest suburban Plainfield man whose estranged wife, Lisa, has been missing since April 2007." That lawsuit was dismissed with prejudice on July 5, 2013, after the court ruled Jacobson failed to show CBS fabricated unfavorable content about her, the judge finding that the critical comments and other material in the CBS piece were "constitutionally protected expressions of opinion," or based on facts.
I could live somewhere I could afford to buy a home of my own, or where I could drive five miles in less than two hours.
I could live in New York or Chicago and dump my car and brave the winter.