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Maritsa Georgiou

National Correspondent

Maritsa Georgiou joins Newsy after years as an anchor at NBC Montana where she specialized in COVID-19, politics and wildfire coverage. She’s most widely known for her reporting on the planned removal of USPS blue collection boxes before the 2020 election, which earned her the 2021 Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Journalism. The Montana Broadcasters Association awarded her the 2019 E.B. Craney award for Television Broadcaster of the Year. Maritsa grew up in Minneapolis, where her late grandfather still holds a Nielsen ratings record for a local weather forecast. Favorite things include travel, coffee, Flathead Lake, Disney parks, Brandi Carlile and spending hours buried in a good book. She lives in Missoula with her husband, their son and two rotten dogs.

Recent Work
A person plays with a dog at sunset.
Charlie Riedel / APSci/Health

Monkeypox Can Spread To Pet Dogs, Doctors Report

President Joe Biden holds the "PACT Act of 2022" after signing it during a ceremony in the East Room
Evan Vucci / APPolitics

President Biden Signs The PACT Act Into Law

An Afghan National Army pickup truck passes parked U.S. armored military vehicles, as smoke rises from a fire
Simon Klingert / APPolitics

Senate Republicans Have Voted Against The PACT Act

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and U.S. President Donald Trump.
Evan Vucci / APU.S.

Fmr. Ukraine Official: Zelenskyy Chose To Play Dumb On 2019 Trump Call

Former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio
Charlie Neibergall APPolitics

Former NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Talks Politics With 'Newsy Tonight'

 Politics

Why Aren't Mental Health Resources Available To Everyone?

A USPS delivery truck
John Minchillo / APU.S.

Delays With USPS Delivery In Multiple States

Mail piled up at a U.S. post office in Bozeman, Montana
NewsyU.S.

Mail Piling Up In Montana Due To USPS Staffing Shortages

A woman wears a mask while outside.
APSci/Health

New Omicron Subvariant Is The Most Infectious COVID-19 Strain Yet

A view from the Going-To-The-Sun Road shows a lake ringed by mountains and tall trees.
Beth J. Harpaz / APU.S.

Spring Storms Delay Road Opening At Glacier National Park

Missouri and U.S. flags fly outside Planned Parenthood Friday
Jeff Roberson / APPolitics

Abortion Bans Leave Organizations Across The U.S. In Gray Area

A house is washed away by floodwaters.
APU.S.

Yellowstone Works To Mend Economy, Ecosystem After Historic Flooding

A national flag of Germany waves in front of the Reichag building, home of the German federal parliament Bundestag.
Michael Sohn / APWorld

What's The Deal With Long German Words?

Law enforcement personnel inspect the scene of an Amtrak train which derailed after striking a dump truck.
APU.S.

Crossing Of Deadly Train Crash Was On A List To Get Safety Upgrades

People attend an abortion-rights protest
Rick Bowmer / APPolitics

Explaining The Laws Around Women's Reproductive Health

Dozens of vehicles lined up outside Yellowstone National Park’s entrance
Matthew Brown / APU.S.

Officials Give An Update On The Yellowstone Flooding

Montana Governor Greg Gianforte
Andrew Harnik / APSci/Health

Montana Gov. Returning From Tuscany Vacation As Flood Disaster Grows

A washed out bridge shown along the Yellowstone River
Rick BowmerSci/Health

Yellowstone Park Closed To Visitors Due To Severe Flooding

A house was pulled into Rock Creek in Red Lodge, Mont., by raging floodwaters.
Matthew Brown / APU.S.

Floods Leave Yellowstone Landscape 'Dramatically Changed'

People roam Missoula, Montana.
APU.S.

'Yellowstone' Has Created A Tourism Boom In Missoula, Montana

NewsySci/Health

Underinsured Homeowners Struggle To Rebuild After Boulder Wildfires

A man carries a bouquet of flowers amid headstones in Fort Logan National Cemetery.
APU.S.

Congressional Bill Will Address Veterans Exposed To Toxic Burn Pits

Parents and their adopted child
Jacquelyn Martin / APU.S.

How Does The U.S. Adoption System Work?

The Javinar family
Javinar FamilyU.S.

Military Families Facing Hunger Look To Federal Programs For Help

Idaho Gov. Brad Little
Otto Kitsinger / APPolitics

Idaho's Lt. Governor Running Against Incumbent Governor

Officials and anti-child-marriage protesters
Hans Pennink / APU.S.

Understanding Child Marriage In The U.S.

Montana Sen. Steve Daines
Tom Williams / APWorld

Is Putin A Terrorist? The First U.S. Senator To Visit Ukraine Says Yes

Global Citizen's website to support Ukraine, www.forukraine.com
NewsyWorld

Global Citizen Hosts Social Media Rally, Pledging Summit For Ukraine

Shanghai residents wearing face masks talk to a health worker
Andy Wong / APSci/Health

Shanghai Lockdown Extended As COVID Cases Rise

A blood donor
Chris Carlson / APSci/Health

COVID Is Drawing Out A U.S. Blood Shortage