While in West Virginia, Maurielle reported during the week, and anchored, produced and reported for her own newscast on the weekends.
In the last two years, she has interviewed several notable icons, including Dr. Phil and Homer Hickam, former NASA engineer and inspiration of the 1999 film, "October Sky."
She reported shoulder-to-shoulder among the nation's best during the Virginia Tech massacre, delivering live reports for MSNBC and local station WVVA.
Maurielle showed promise in her journalism career before it technically began. She got her first on-air gig at the age of 15, anchoring and reporting for "Brookwood Upclose," a syndicated series focusing on local events and issues impacting Atlanta's youth.
At 16, she won her first international journalism award for a documentary on a local shelter for troubled youth.
Maurielle Lue is a honors graduate of Hampton University's Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications.
She is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the National Association of Black Journalists.
Maurielle is also a volunteer board member of Cleveland's Girls Club of Ohio.
If you have a great story idea that you would like to see on NewsChannel5, give Maurielle a call or send her an e-mail at Lue@Newsnet5.com.
If you happen to see her around Cleveland feel free to tell her a joke. Make her laugh because she loves to smile.
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