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.
Baltimore City Police are planning to announce public enemy number one, who is sought after a deadly Labor Day weekend, Tuesday afternoon.
Two people are dead, 15 others are injured following a rash of shootings over the weekend in Baltimore.
The new anti-discrimination policy for transgender students in Anne Arundel County is making waves.
A battle over air conditioning in Maryland public schools pits two political rivals against each other.
The governor has signed off on a new study looking into a third crossing across the Chesapeake Bay.
More than a dozen retail store operators in and around Baltimore have been charged in connection to a huge food stamp and wire fraud scheme.
Baltimore’s public defender’s office is asking the police department to suspend its use of a private plane that had until last week been flying above the city streets recording aerial surveillance without the public’s knowledge.
Baltimore County Schools have closed dozens of schools that are still without air conditioning as part of the new excessive heat policy.
A man who admits to attacking a man and lighting his store on fire during the Baltimore riots has been sentenced to 70 months in prison.
School officials in Baltimore County are speaking out after a new controversial grading policy goes into effect.
A new grading policy is stirring up controversy in Baltimore County after educators decide that students will be graded only on what they learn, not how they behave or if they do their homework.
Maryland health officials are reporting the first confirmed case of West Nile virus this year in the state.