She came to Baltimore from Columbus, Ohio where she spent nearly three years at WSYX/WTTE. While there, she traveled to Haiti to cover relief efforts on the year anniversary of the devastating earthquake. She was also recognized by the Associated Press for excellence in Feature Reporting.
Prior to moving to Buckeye nation, Meghan worked as the Washington Correspondent for Sinclair Broadcast Group, covering Capitol Hill and the White House. She started behind the scenes before stepping in front of the camera. As a Producer at WJLA in Washington, D.C. she won an Emmy Award for her coverage of President Gerald Ford’s funeral. She was also nominated for an Emmy while working as a Producer at WTTG. She started her career moving up the ranks at NewsChannel 8.
A native of the Jersey Shore, Meghan is happy to be back on the East Coast.
Marilyn Mosby speaks out about the Freddie Gray trials. In the New York Times Magazine, Marilyn Mosby takes on the mayor, police investigators and her critics.
A new article in the New York Times magazine causing friction between Baltimore’s mayor and the city state’s attorney.
The feds are investigating after a one person died in a small plane crash in Montgomery County Tuesday.
Gang retaliation is responsible for another bloody weekend in Baltimore where 19 people were shot.
The situation in Charlotte is strikingly similar to the unrest seen in Baltimore in April of 2015.
Federal funding has been approved to make train crossings safer, after a train collided with a dump trunk in Rosedale and caused a major explosion in 2013.
State Comptroller Peter Franchot and the NAACP sent a letter to the Department of Justice arguing that many of the schools without air conditioning in low income communities is a civil rights issue.
Health officials say a New York college student has died of a rare brain infection she probably contracted while swimming in a body of fresh water in Maryland.
Sweeping reforms are set to come out of the scathing department of justice report on the Baltimore City police.
The City of Baltimore and the Sagamore Development Company announced an $100 million benefits agreement Thursday, the latest move in the ongoing Port Convington Project saga.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank wrote a letter to the City asking for public financing for the massive redevelopment project in Port Covington.
Baltimore City Police are planning to announce public enemy number one, who is sought after a deadly Labor Day weekend, Tuesday afternoon.