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

Tucson to implement three-strike rule, fines on recycling program

  Border wall construction blasts through to make room

  Tucson clock store owner reflects on keeping track of time

  Couple crochets plastic bags to make mats for homeless

Ruthrauff construction stomping out business

  Tucson woman fights to keep Sugar Hill neighborhood from being forgotten

  Mother of Sarah Galloway speaks out after daughter’s remains found near home

  Proposed bill would monitor speakers on Arizona college campuses

  Pima County Spelling Bee students get ready for the big competition

  Love in Madera Canyon: Giving hearts a second chance

  Some voters ditching life-long parties as the Presidential Preference Election gets closer

Speed Mentoring event helps kids find future careers

  Tucson residents react to President Trump’s State of the Union address

Tucson 49ers super fans root for team in Super Bowl

  International collaboration bringing new beer to Tucson, Mexico

  Sun Tran, City teaming up to reduce human trafficking

  New landfill makes space for more trash, but not for long

Tucson Guinness World Record holder’s work up for another Grammy

Broadway construction starts, businesses brace for possible impact

  Tucson’s Calexico nominated for two Grammys with Iron and Wine

  More healthcare offices help alleviate the impact of crowded hospitals

Dillinger Days at Hotel Congress

  UA Iranian student association memorializes victims of downed Ukrainian jet

Ruthrauff interchange construction to start Monday, last until late 2021

  Tucson residents react to tensions with Iran

TUSD lists 25 schools in need of tax credits

  New year, new hike: People kick off 2020 on the trails

  The stories that defined our decade in Southern Arizona

  Claw machine sisters get gift of their own

  Goats graze on leftover Christmas trees