Megan McNeil

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

  Mother, son of deadly hit-and-run speak out: thank community for support, hope for safer streets

  Surgical oncologist, survivor of breast cancer urges screenings

  TGMS’s Tucson Gem and Mineral Show canceled for 2021, others still a go

  Time to protect the Four Ps as freezing temperatures sweep across southern Arizona

  Fall colors have businesses seeing green

  Fork & Fire food truck destroyed in fire

  OSIRIS-REx appears to take successful sample of Bennu

  KOLD’s Bud Foster wins first Emmy

  Thursday Census deadline—officials urge people to fill it out

  Denny’s raises funds for family of boy killed in hit-and-run

  More than 1,000 head back for in-person classes at UArizona

  Hundreds take to the polls for the first day of early voting in Pima County

  Legendary Tucson bar, The Meet Rack, closes door after COVID-19 financial losses

  University of Arizona hopes to bring more students back to class next week

  21 pedestrians have died on Tucson roadways this year. City looks to improve road safety

  Family priest of boy killed in hit-and-run speaks out in hopes to bring more information in case

  FBI asking public to report federal election crimes

  University of Arizona students work to slow COVID-19 spread one mask at a time

  Family, protesters seek charges for Carlos Ingram-Lopez

  City approves central business district for another decade

  Could healthcare worker burnout be the next COVID-19 crisis?

  Tucson sisters celebrate mother who paved way to success

Tucson Police Department distributes masks, educates public on local mandate

  Oro Valley creates assistance program for local businesses

  University of Arizona students express confusion, lack of communication over shelter in place

  Silver lining of dry monsoon: less mosquitoes in southern Arizona

  Tucson’s dancing man on the north side spreads smiles

Smoke from California wildfires turns the sun a peculiar color

  Curing Labor Day blues by the lake

  Tucson teen desperate for new kidney