Marie Cusick is the/Capital Region reporter for the and New York NOW.
She contributes television, radio, and digital reports to public stations throughout the state. Her television reports can be seen on New York NOW and on WNET Thirteen's New York City public television show, MetroFocus.
Her radio work has appeared nationally on NPR's All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Weekend Edition and regionally on WNYC.
Marie joined WMHT from her hometown of Lancaster, Pennsylvania where she was a general assignment reporter for a cable TV news station. She previously worked as an anchor and reporter for the ABC affiliate in Casper, Wyoming. She began her broadcasting career on the assignment desk at WBZ-TV in Boston.
- Catching Sight Of A Rare Butterfly In A Surprising Refuge
- 40 Years After A Partial Nuclear Meltdown, A New Push To Keep Three Mile Island Open
- After Alert On Russian Hacks, Bigger Push To Protect Power Grid
- Millions Own Gas And Oil Under Their Land. Here's Why Only Some Strike It Rich
- Struggling Nuclear Industry Lobbies State Governments For Help
- As Trump Reboots Pipeline Expansion, An Unexpected Delay Emerges
- Trump's Election Overshadows Energy Pipeline Protests Around The U.S.
- On Earth Day, Nations To Sign Off On Historic Climate Pact
- How Fracking Is Fueling A Power Shift From Coal To Gas
- Fracking Opponents Feel Police Pressure In Some Drilling Hotspots
- No Fracking In New York? That's OK With Pennsylvania
- In Pennsylvania, Gas Company Complaints Grab Statewide Attention