Stacy Case has been a Charlotte, N.C.-based correspondent for CBS NEWSPATH, the 24-hour news service of CBS News, since August 2002. She has covered the 2004 Presidential race, Pope John Paul's 25th Anniversary in Rome, Hurricane Isabel, the rescue of POW Jessica Lynch, the D.C. area sniper shootings and the launch and crash of space shuttle Columbia.
Before that, Case served as an anchor and reporter for the 5:30 pm and 11:00 pm news at WCPO-TV Cincinnati (1999-2002). While there, she covered the Cincinnati riots and traveled to Boston and Baltimore in search of stories on solutions to Cincinnati's racial unrest.
Previously, Case was an anchor and reporter for WICD-TV Champaign, Ill. (1995-99) covering stories on medical missions, which took her to the Philippines. She began her career at WXVT-TV, the CBS affiliate in Greenville, Miss. (1992-95), where she held numerous positions including anchor, photographer and news director. Case is the recipient of numerous Associated Press awards for her reporting in Mississippi and Ohio and was recognized for her reporting in Illinois with a regional Edward R. Murrow award.
Case was born on Oct. 1, 1970 in Jackson, Miss. She graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1992 with a bachelor of science degree in radio, television, and film and a minor in political science. Her husband is the sports director at the NBC owned and operated station in Raleigh, N.C.