Megan McNeil

Megan McNeil

Tucson

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

Contact Megan

Email: mmcneil@kold.com


Recent Articles by Megan

  Free mental health services for TUSD families, people seeking help from COVID-19 impacts

  Rural areas struggle when it comes to fast internet as schools head back online

  Food insecurity worries grow as unemployment benefits run out

  TFD expands wildland firefighting program

  Some food assistance programs to end, help is still available

  Pima County distributes PPE around area, now schools

  UA professor, student bike more than 1,000 miles talking healthcare and COVID-19

  PACC still seeing large numbers of fosters, adoptions tapering off

  First-year medical school students reflect on studies during pandemic

  COVID-19 vaccine trials start in Tucson

  Nurses approve first union contract in Arizona amid COVID-19

  National COVID-19 data now sent to HHS; local leaders frustrated

  Nearly quarter of Pima County teachers are 55 or older, some worried about getting back into classroom

  Despite heat, COVID-19 people out on University Friday

  Disaster teams sent to Arizona to deal with rising COVID-19 crisis

  8-year-old Tucson girl writes, publishes book for brother with disabilities

  Available ICU beds in Pima County dwindle as COVID-19 cases spike in Arizona

  Online registration platform experiences problems on last day to register for primaries

  Pima County health department hoping residents stay safe while celebrating

Gyms ordered to close, not all are

  Monday brings red flag warning, grounding air operations fighting Bighorn Fire

  Gov. Doug Ducey visits Bighorn Fire

People wear masks on Fourth Ave as mandates go into effect

  State reports record-setting day for COVID-19 cases as hospitals near capacity

  As Arizona reopens, locals rethink wearing masks outside

  State COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and occupied ICU beds at all-time high

  U.S. Forest Service advises Oro Valley residents to take necessary precautions

Wind shift could send smoke from two wildfires into Tucson

  Arizona reports more than 1,000 COVID-19 deaths

  Tucson list of black-owned businesses grows as people rally to support the community