American journalist, Maureen Maher works as a TV news reporter and correspondent. She is best known for her work as one of the hosts of the CBS’ 48 hours.
Born in Detroit, Michigan, she currently resides in Chicago, Illinois. Her parents were high school seniors unable to provide for Maureen and subsequently gave her up for adoption.
She attended Loyola University and graduated from the university with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications.
Talking about her relationship, Maher is a married woman and has two children. There is no information regarding her husband. She met her spouse for the first time at a Don Henley concert.
— Maureen Maher (@Maher48Hours) March 3, 2016
She currently resides in Detroit with her husband and children. Well, there are no records regarding her past affairs and relationships. Her current relationship status with her husband is not known.
according 2my husband, u can have ALL of them! on-going battle 4 closet space!! Thanks 4 taking the time 2 #tweetkind 😊
— Maureen Maher (@Maher48Hours) January 9, 2017
Despite her popularity, she has managed to keep her personal life away from the media. However, from her tweets, her fans got some hint about her married life and children.
I know… AND I even allowed my husband to take a picture of bare arms!! 😉
— Maureen Maher (@Maher48Hours) July 18, 2017
Time and again, she has mentioned her husband but kept his name out of media.
Maureen Maher’s net worth is around $1 million at present. Well, she has earned a decent amount of salary from her career.
She started her career as morning drive news anchor for Chicago-based WLUW FM in 1991 and then moved to Detroit, where she worked as a reporter for Detroit-based TV station, WJBK-TV.
Also, she worked as a correspondent for Chicago-based CBS Newspath from 1997-2002, covering notable stories such as the impeachment of Bill Clinton, the Kosovo crisis and the release of US servicemen in Albania.
Similarly, she worked as a correspondent for CBS News from 1999-2002, reporting for CBS Evening News on the War on Terror, the fall of the Taliban in Afghanistan, the 2002 Kenyan hotel bombing, the Enron scandal, and US natural disasters.
Additionally, she reported on the Scott Peterson murder trial and Chicago porch collapse in 2003 that resulted in 13 deaths. She hosted CBS’ true crime documentary and news program broadcast, 48 Hours Mystery in 2003.