Martha Sugalski is a 2 times Emmy award-winning journalist, currently working as a 5,6, and 11 pm news anchor at WFTV Channel 9. She joined the WFTV team in 2015.
Before joining WFTV Channel 9, Martha worked at WESH Channel 2 Orlando. While there she won an Emmy in 2014 for her breaking news coverage of the deadly day care car crash in Orlando. She was also recognized by the National Traffic Safety Commission for her story on improper use of child safety seats.
Age | Martha Sugalski Birthday
The beautiful news anchor was born on February 22, 1970, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. She is 53 years old as of 2023. Her zodiac sign is Pisces.
Martha Sugalski Profile Summary
|Birth Name||Martha Adams Sugalski|
|Date of Birth||February 22, 1970|
|Age||53 years old as of 2023|
|Marital Status||In a relationship with Leland Liebe|
|Divorces||Two; Craig Minervini (d. 2005) Robert Reich(d. 2019)|
|Children||6 kids; Chase, Maxwell, Spencer, Heaton, Wilder and Holden|
|Profession||News anchor at WFTV|
|Education||Florida Atlantic University|
|Height||5 feet 6 inches|
Husband | How many times has Martha been married?
Martha has been married twice. First to sportscaster, Craig Minervini and second to businessman Robert Reich.
Marriage with Craig Minervini
Martha’s first marriage was with sportscaster Craig Minervini. The two divorced in 2005 and together they had three children; Chase, Maxwell, and Spencer.
Marriage with Robert Reich
The news anchor married Robert Reich on May 30, 2009. Reich is the founder and CEO of three companies, NextDeal, MicroTesla and Hydrogen On Demand. At the beginning of their marriage they had difficulties to conceive, and even pain at a miscarriage.
Fortunately, in 2013, they were blessed with triplets, two identical boys, and a girl; Heaton, Wilder and Holden.
However their relationship turned sour and her now ex-husband filed for a divorce in 2019.
Divorce | Second Divorce | Robert Reich
In August 2019, there were reports detailing the divorce of Martha and Reich. According to the reports, Reich sued Martha for divorce through a petition on July 10, 2019, stating that the marriage was “irretrievably broken”
Reasons for Divorce
According to reports a 24 July motion from Robert’s lawyer read, “Presently, the husband makes approximately $96,000/year gross. Although the wife has not yet filed her financial affidavit, the husband estimates that she makes at least five times what he makes in income per year.”
Martha later countered Rob’s petition by filing another petition, claiming that her husband “forged her signature in an attempt to move some of her retirement assets.” And “attempted to take out a loan in her name.”
Eventually Martha was spotted without a wedding ring on her finger, which confirmed her divorce.
Martha Sugalski Children | Mom of 6
Martha is a loving and caring mother to her six children. She gave birth to her first three children; Chase, Maxwell and Spencer, with her ex-husband, Craig Minervini – a sportscaster.
In 2013, she welcomed he triplets, identical boys and a girl with her now ex husband, Rob Reich.
Giving birth to Triplets | C- section
Martha gave birth to her triplets through C-section, at 33-and-a-half weeks; identical twins, Heton and Wilder and a girl Holden.
Her daughter Holden was born weighing only two-and-a-half pounds and had to spend more than five weeks in the NICU.
New Love | Relationship | Leland Liebe | Colonel
Despite the two failed marriages, Martha has found love again. She is currently in a romantic relationship with Leland Liebe. Leland Liebe has also been married before and he is a father to two children; a daughter, Payton Liebe and a son, Cole Warren.
Martha Sugalski Education
She grew up in Florida, United States, and completed her education from Florida Atlantic University with a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism
Martha Sugalski Career | WFTV | News anchor
Martha Sugalski is the 5, 6, and 11 pm news anchor at WFTV Channel 9. She joined the WFTV team in 2015 and is excited to be part of the Eyewitness News team.
Sugalski has been a journalist for over 20 years, and before joining WFTV Channel 9, Martha worked at WESH Channel 2 Orlando. While there she won an Emmy in 2014 for her breaking news coverage of the deadly day care car crash in Orlando. She was also recognized by the National Traffic Safety Commission for her story on improper use of child safety seats.
My Forever Family
Martha is known for being an advocate for children who are at risk of aging out of the foster care system before they are adopted. Through “My Forever Family,” stories that air each week – the goal is usually to find a “forever family” for each of the children.