In the same year, Paula moved back to prime time news and began hosting the two hour program titled Live from the Headlines which were related to the Iraq War at the time.
August 2 2007 saw the final broadcast of Paula Zahn Now.
Paula is an honorary board member of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation which aims to create general cancer awareness.
NASCAR on ESPN was the coverage of NASCAR on ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC.
Zahn was finally given an offer to work at ABC News in 1987. Zahn also began co-hosting the network’s early morning newscast; World News This Morning and also news segments on Good Morning America.
Paula took the offer of CBS News, and began co-hosting CBS This Morning with co-anchor Harry Smith.
ABC, and later ESPN, carried NASCAR races from the sanctioning body's top three divisions at various points from the early 1960s until 2002.
ESPN resumed coverage of NASCAR with the Nationwide Series race at Daytona in February 2007 and the Sprint Cup Series at Indianapolis in July 2007.
On October 18, 2009, Paula Ann launched On the Case with Paula Zahn on the Investigation Discovery cable channel.
Paula Ann Zahn stands tall at the height of 5 feet 9 inches with slender legs and perfect body measurements.
The last of its 265 Cup telecasts (that number includes some on ABC Sports) was the 2000 Atlanta fall race (now the Folds of Honor Quik Trip 500).
Even though Fox, FX, NBC, and TNT were the exclusive broadcasters of the Winston/Nextel Cup Series and the Busch Series from 2001 to 2006, the ESPN networks still carried the Craftsman Truck Series in 20 because the Truck races were under a separate contract; ESPN had been broadcasting Truck races since the inaugural race in 1995.
All the rumors vanished in the thin air when Paula filed a lawsuit against Cohen stating that he mismanaged her 20 years worth of her career earnings.