Stephanie Rochon


I was born in Tacoma, Washington. My father is a retired Army Colonel, and we traveled throughout the United States and overseas. I graduated from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge in the fall of 1987 with a degree in broadcast journalism.

I started my career in radio at WJBO in Baton Rouge in February 1988. I spent a year there as an announcer and weekend news reporter for the Saturday morning program. I moved to Lafayette, Louisiana in 1989 where I accepted the position as the News Director for an AM/FM station.

While in Lafayette, I landed my first opportunity to work in television. I was hired by the independent Fox station KVHP in Lake Charles, Louisiana as a general assignment reporter and 10:00 weather anchor. I moved to Texas in August 1991 when the NBC affiliate KLSB hired me as its 5:00 news anchor.

In February of 1994, I accepted a reporter position with Austin's longtime CBS station KTBC. While there, I was promoted to weekend anchor and then main anchor. I anchored the six and ten o'clock newscasts for four years before making the move to Richmond in July 1999.

In addition to anchoring CBS 6 News at 5:00, 6:00 and 11:00, I produce a monthly report on breast health information and breast cancer called Buddy Check 6, and prepare special reports throughout the year.

I am a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc, and the Richmond Chapter of the Links Inc.

I am a recipient of the American Cancer Society's Regional Media Award for my Buddy Check 6 reports. I am a board member for the Dr. Ellen Shaw de Parades Breast Cancer Foundation which is dedicated to the early detection and cure of breast cancer. I was inducted into the National Women of Achievement Hall of Fame in Austin, Texas in 2000.

I am married to Jeff Moten and the proud mother of two sons, Miles and Pierce.

Recent Articles

  • VUU student’s life changes with breast cancer diagnosis

    Posted on: 12:27 am, April 8, 2014, by

    A startling and rare diagnosis in 2013 had threatened his plans for graduation and a medical career.
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  • BUDDY CHECK: Life after cancer can be challenging, but this info will help

    Posted on: 12:53 am, March 7, 2014, by

    One color and one ribbon are powerful symbols of a growing number of people who have crossed a very important finish line.
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  • Benjamin Lambert funeral services announced

    Posted on: 3:31 pm, March 4, 2014, by and

    Lambert, 77, died Sunday morning. He served three decades in the Virginia General Assembly.
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    Senator Benjamin Lamberrt III  in the Senate chambers of the Virginia State Capitol . November 8 , 2007. (SOURCE: Richmond Times-Dispatch)
  • Richmond lawyer explains less than 20 percent of nation has living will

    Posted on: 11:13 pm, February 17, 2014, by , updated on: 12:34am, February 18, 2014

    “Having that conversation about what really matters is important,” said Richmond attorney Melanie Lee.

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  • Va. delegate talks about breast cancer battle

    Posted on: 6:20 pm, February 6, 2014, by , updated on: 11:20pm, February 7, 2014

    Delegate Delores McQuinn recently opened up to CBS 6 anchor Stephanie Rochon about how she battled breast cancer and won.
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  • Tattooing nipples and designs on breast cancer survivors

    Posted on: 5:37 pm, December 6, 2013, by and , updated on: 07:39am, December 9, 2013

    Tattoo artist Amy Black is preparing to create another work of art on skin, and it will likely change the way that person feels about themselves.
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  • The lesson this child can teach every parent

    Posted on: 4:08 pm, November 22, 2013, by and , updated on: 01:43pm, November 27, 2013

    Cheryl says it’s not over for them yet. There’s still a possibility Alice may need another surgery, but she hopes she won’t. Cheryl and her husband Jason want to help other families who have children born with craniosynostosis.
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  • Cancer group comedy show raises spirits and funding

    Posted on: 10:22 pm, November 14, 2013, by and , updated on: 07:17am, November 15, 2013

    It was the healing power of humor on stage at Art Works on Hull Street in south Richmond Thursday night.
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  • Radiologist: 3-D mammography is ‘revolutionary’

    Posted on: 10:19 pm, November 8, 2013, by and , updated on: 10:26pm, November 8, 2013

    3-D mammography is known by some as the biggest advancement in breast imaging in years, detecting a significant number cancers and pre-cancers.
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  • Local hair salon offering free health information for Breast Cancer Awareness

    Posted on: 9:39 pm, October 15, 2013, by

    Haywood’s Hair Images, located at 312 West Grace Street to receive your breast health information and your free pink flashlight.
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    Breast Cancer
  • Self-breast exams key amid breast cancer screening debate

    Posted on: 10:50 am, October 6, 2013, by

    Oncology nurse Ashley Etheridge has a much different perspective on her work with cancer patients at the Bon Secours Cancer Institute since her breast cancer diagnosis two years ago.
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  • Sisters Network will help pay for mammograms, cancer treatment

    Posted on: 5:03 pm, September 6, 2013, by

    Women who qualify can receive assistance paying for things like co-pay, office visits, or prosthesis.
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