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.
Surprise at Starbucks. An unlikely celebrity visit to a coffee shop right here in Baltimore: actor Kevin Spacey and former President Bill Clinton.
The wear and tear of this winter weather is wreaking havoc on the roads. With storm after storm, an epidemic of potholes has broken out across Maryland.
Pushing for higher pay. The governor backs a bill that would raise the state’s minimum wage by almost $3–but some business owners say that could backfire.
Under Armour is under pressure. The Baltimore-based company designed Team USA’s speed skating suits for the Sochi Olympics.
A major winter storm wallops Maryland, bringing up to a foot of snow in some places. And we’re not done yet.
A state of emergency is in effect as a major snowstorm arrives in Maryland. It could be the biggest storm of the season.
A state of emergency is already in effect ahead of the storm.
Cracking down on crime hot spots. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced her plans to cut down violence throughout the city–as 2014 sees an 80 percent increase in homicides over last year.
The driver of an SUV loses control and crashes into a pharmacy in the heart of downtown Baltimore. Multiple people are injured.
Nearly 48 hours after ice coated the areas north and west of Baltimore, tens of thousands are still without power. And it could be another day before they all get it back.
Across the state, more than 150,000 people lost power during the ice storm.
It’s been a stormy winter in Maryland. This time Mother Nature may just throw some ice our way overnight.