Marie Osborne is an Anchor and Reporter for WWJ Newsradio 950. She has been named one of the most influential women in Detroit radio and is a frequent contributor to the CBS Radio Network.
Marie’s passion is reporting on the resurgence of the city of Detroit and the region to a national economic and cultural powerhouse. Once known for inventors like Henry Ford, Marie enjoys telling the stories of the region’s ‘re-inventors’.
She is a graduate of the University of Detroit, a three time winner of the Edward R. Murrow award the winner of a national Headliner Award. Marie has been honored by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters and Associated press. She’s reported from Europe and China and her work has been heard internationally on the BBC.
Marie and her husband have three children. Her hobbies include reading and knitting and has often had to defend a long time hobby — button collecting.
The man who made the 911 call will undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
The “Mass Mob” movement started in Buffalo, New York two years ago — an effort to breath new life into some forgotten inner city churches.
“People have come disconnected from where their food comes from, from the way life used to be lived; and here you can have this real, authentic experience,”
It’s a story that sounds like it’s out of a soap opera…
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The effort centers around collaboration according to Ypsilanti Police Chief Tony DeGiusti.
One of Detroit’s most notorious vehicles sits parked in the back room at American Jewelry & Loan.
Roads in several Wayne County communities that are in bad shape could get the repairs they desperately need.
An Oakland County candidate is focusing on “kitchen table issues” and to make her point, she’s actually carrying around a kitchen table on the campaign trail.
Majority Of Delinquent Detroit Water Customers In Culture Of: ‘You’re Not Making Me Pay,’ Says Deputy Director
Several people protested outside the Detroit Water department building Thursday, saying customers are having service cut off at an alarming rate and the practice is inhumane.