Megan McNeil

Megan McNeil

Tucson

Megan McNeil

KOLD reporter Megan McNeil

Megan McNeil is a storyteller at heart.

Growing up in Lubbock, Texas, just outside of cotton fields, Megan learned a passion for storytelling. Always writing stories, she went to Texas State University to tell them.

After graduating with a degree in electronic media with a minor in political science from TSU, Megan moved to the mountains. She reported on the topics that matter most to the people in Grand Junction, Colorado at KOLD’s sister station, KKCO/KJCT.

She is excited to join the KOLD team as a reporter and tell the stories of the desert southwest. Megan’s favorite part of being a reporter is learning about the people behind the moments she covers.

If she’s not on your TV, Megan is more than likely hitting a trail, training for a race, reading, trying new restaurants or hanging with her incredibly dapper cat, Fitzgerald, that wears a bow-tie.

Say hi or send a story idea on her social media pages: @MeganMcNeilTV

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Recent Articles by Megan

  Wastewater epidemiology used to stave off lettuce shortage

  Arizona Air National Guard troop deploys to third inauguration

  Pima, Maricopa counties lift restrictions of crematoriums, Medical Examiner’s office holds overflow remains

  LGBTQ people are disproportionately impacted by COVID, study shows

  Arizona’s Heart and Sol: South-side barber gives back

  Law enforcement, safety personnel get first doses at TCC

  Senator Mark Kelly tours Tucson Medical Center at height of pandemic

  Family looks to sell beloved 1955 Chevy Nomad to pay for COVID care

  Gov. Ducey backs leadership, decisions on COVID-19 during State of the State address

  Arizona reaches over 10,000 deaths to COVID-19 over the weekend

  JAN. 8 ANNIVERSARY: New memorial to Tucson’s darkest moment unveiled

  JAN. 8 ANNIVERSARY: Families choose to remember how loved ones lived, not how they died

  Banner implores Arizonans, leaders to take action against COVID-19 spread

  Pima County reports running out of CARES funding

  “If they expected this, why didn’t they do something about it?” Former ADHS director concerned over rising COVID cases

  Tucson store raises money for rental relief

  Hospitals bursting at seams, turn away transfers

  CVS, Walgreens begin vaccinating Arizona nursing homes

Christmas tradition of heading to the movies looks different in 2020

  Banner Health starts using refrigerated truck as mobile morgue

  First healthcare workers in Pima County get COVID-19 vaccines

  ‘It’s certainly dire.’ Hospital leaders worry public is not heeding COVID-19 warnings

Pima County releases plans for COVID-19 vaccine distribution

  Healthcare leaders send letter to public, urging masks, social distancing

  AZDHS: no plans to close businesses as several counties hit substantial spread. Businesses prepping for worst

Healthcare system overwhelmed, officials implore people to take precautions

  More Arizonans are getting multiple COVID-19 tests, state data shows

  Advocates call for people with developmental disabilities to be some of first to get COVID-19 vaccine

  Parents, students approach supervisors over sports cancellations

  County resolution would deem racial, health, financial inequalities a health crisis