Maurice DuBois is co-anchor of CBS2 News This Morning with Kate Sullivan on WCBS-TV, CBS's flagship television station in New York. Previously he anchored CBS2 News at Noon with Cindy Hsu and CBS2 News at 6 with Dana Tyler at WCBS-TV He joined WCBS-TV in September 2004. Before working at Channel 2 he spent seven years as co-anchor of Today in New York on WNBC-TV. While at WNBC-TV, DuBois also hosted "Four Stories," a magazine featuring community heroes; he also hosted special programming for Court-TV called "Mind Over Media," for students to understand media images. In addition to WNBC, he worked as a substitute news anchor on The Today Show on NBC and substitute co-host and news anchor on the weekend editions of the Today Show on NBC. DuBois can be occassonally seen as a weekend fill-in anchor on the CBS Evening News.
DuBois' career started in 1987, when he worked as a desk assistant at KING-TV in Seattle, Washington while he was attending Northwestern University. Mr. DuBois came from WFLD-TV in Chicago, where he was an anchor and reporter from 1994. For four years, DuBois worked for KCRA-TV in Sacramento, California as an anchor and reporter.
DuBois' range of coverage includes local news, national political conventions, AIDS in South Africa, witnessing a double execution, the death of Pope John Paul II, and the installation of Pope Benedict XVI. He has won several journalism and community awards, including four Emmys, and a Trailblazer Award from the Associated Press and the Chicago and New York Associations of Black Journalists. He is involved in a wide range of community organizations, and serves on the Board of Directors for the Northside Center for Child Development.