Maurielle Lue (born on 27th March, 1985) is an American news anchor currently serving as the host on The Nine and morning news anchor on the FOX 2 News Team.
She begins Fox 2’s morning coverage at 5am, then immediately transitions to her role as host of the number one talk show, The Nine.
Maurielle Lue early life and education
Emmy Award winning news anchor, Maurielle Lue grew up in Atlanta, Georgia.
She graduated with Honors from Hampton University’s Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communication.
Maurielle Lue embarked on her journalism career at 16, winning her first international journalism award in the same year.
At 23, she was tapped to cover the Virginia Tech shooting massacre, standing shoulder to shoulder with the nation’s best national correspondents and delivering live reports for MSNBC and WVVA-TV, a local NBC station.
Before moving to Detroit, Maurielle worked in Cleveland Ohio at ABC affiliate WEWS.
While at WEWS, she served as a General Assignment Reporter, Breaking News Reporter, Traffic Reporter and Morning Anchor.
Her first real TV job took me to the hills of West Virginia, to NBC station WVVA.
She reported during the week, and anchored, produced and reported for my own newscast on the weekends.
She interviewed several notable icons, including Dr. Phil and Homer Hickam, former NASA engineer and inspiration for the 1999 film, “October Sky.
Maurielle Lue briefly reported for ESPN.
She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
Maurielle Lue family: Parents and brother
Maurielle was born as the eldest daughter of Marcel her father and Heidi Lue her mother.
She grew up alongside a younger brother named Myles.
Myles Lue was born on 13th October.
He is an Engineer and Project Manager.