She then became a news anchor and chief medical correspondent for WBZ TV-4 in Boston, Massachusetts, where she won three Emmy Awards for Outstanding Individual Achievement and a National Edward R. Murrow Award for Team Political Coverage.
Cha is married to Edward. Cha was Miss Frederick when she entered and won the Miss Maryland 1989 pageant. She was 1st runner-up to Debbye Turner at the 1990 Miss America pageant. She plays the piano.
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