Meg Hilling - Newsy

Meg Hilling

Producer / Reporter

Meg Hilling is a producer / reporter who covers a bit of everything at Newsy. If she is not chasing down breaking news, she is likely digging into an investigative piece or teaming up with others on larger stories. Prior to joining the team in August 2019, Meg was a bureau reporter for the NBC affiliate, KOB-TV, based out of the Four Corners. Off the clock, Meg can be found fighting her four siblings for the title of the funniest Hilling kid and planning her next snowboarding adventure.

Recent Work
Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden speaks during a news conference after an NFL football game against the Chicago Bears.
AP Photo / Rick ScuteriSports

Las Vegas Raiders' Head Coach Resigns

Jelani Day
Day Family / NewsyU.S.

Celebration Of Life Held For Jelani Day

A plant-based Italian beef sandwich

Menus Get Makeovers As Alternatives To Meat Grow

Afghans in displacement camp
Sidiqullah Khan / APWorld

Young Afghans Struggle As Taliban Government Settles In

A U.S.  a soldier boards a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft.
Senior Airman Taylor Crul/U.S. Air Force/APWorld

Family Members Of Veterans Express Frustration Over Afghan Withdrawal

Afghan refugees land in Wisconsin
U.S. Army Video / APU.S.

Wisconsin Town Reacts As Afghan Refugees Arrive

Climbers with Ascend
Camille FiduciaWorld

A Women's Climbing Group In Kabul Details Life Under The Taliban

Crowds outside the airport in Kabul
Juan CarlosWorld

Photojournalist Describes Chaotic Journey From Kandahar To Kabul

Young men who say they deserted the Afghan military and fled to Turkey through Iran.
Emrah Gurel / APWorld

Afghanistan's Neighbors Brace For Aftermath Of Taliban Takeover

An internally displaced Afghan woman from a northern province sits with her child in camp in Kabul.
Rahmat Gul / APWorld

A Look Inside An Afghan Displacement Camp In Kabul

Displaced women and children in a camp in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Rahmat Gul / APWorld

Future Of Afghan Women Under Threat

An Afghan soldier walks down the street in Kandahar as the Afghan Armed forces retreated
Juan CarlosWorld

Photographer Trapped In Kandahar Describes The Taliban's Takeover

An Afghan woman climbs
Ascend: Leadership Through AthleticsWorld

Afghan Women Athletes Face Uncertain Future Amid Taliban Push

Diamond inspired by "Field of Dreams"
MLB PhotosSports

MLB Game To Take Place At 'Field Of Dreams' Stadium

Recyclable cardboard beds and mattresses for athletes are seen during a media tour at the Olympic and Paralympic Village.
Akio Kon / APSports

Athletes Go Viral For Testing Beds In Olympic Village

A policeman receives his J&J COVID-19 vaccine in Soweto, South Africa.
Alet Pretorius / APSci/Health

Concerns Grow As Delta Variant Infects Vaccinated People

At the pulpit of Dignity Chicago, a practicing Catholic LGBTQ organization

Many Catholics Support LGBTQ Despite Vatican Rhetoric

Rescue crews search for survivors in rubble
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue / APU.S.

Search For Survivors In Collapsed Miami High-Rise Continues

Danny Gonzales walks in his flooded house as water recedes after Tropical Storm Claudette passed through Slidell, La.
Gerald Herbert / APU.S.

Central Gulf Coast Residents Drying Out After Tropical Storm Claudette

The headquarters for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.
Ron Harris / APSci/Health

U.S. Health Officials Eye COVID-19 Booster Shots As Variant Spreads

Navajo woman receives her first COVID-19 vaccine at Northern Navajo Medical Center in Shiprock, New Mexico

Navajo Nation Reflects On Its Battle Against COVID-19

New border wall being built between Greece and Turkey
Giannis Papanikos / APWorld

EU Tests New Walls, Sound Barriers To Keep Migrants Out

People gather to view the rubble of the al-Jalaa building following a cease-fire between Gaza's Hamas rulers and Israel.
John Minchillo / APWorld

Residents In Israel And Gaza Survey Damage Following Cease-fire

A worker restocks chicken in the meat product section at a grocery store in Dallas, Texas
AP/ LM OteroBusiness

U.S. Consumers Face Shortage Of Goods, Higher Prices

CAL FIRESci/Health

Western U.S. Gears Up For Early Wildfire Season

U.S. Marines in Afghanistan
Marco Di Lauro / APU.S.

U.S. Military Pullout From Afghanistan Beginning After Nearly 20 Years

People celebrate after Derek Chauvin was found guilty
Morry Gash / APU.S.

Minneapolis Activists Laud Chauvin Verdict But Say It's Just A Start

Former NFL player Phillip Adams
Elaine Thompson / APSports

Former NFL Player Named In Mass Shooting In South Carolina

The cargo ship, Eemslift Hendrika, sway abandoned off the coast of Norway after engine failure
Norway Coast Guard / APWorld

Crew From Distressed Ship Rescued From 50-Foot Waves Near Norway

Business owner

Businesses At Minneapolis Intersection Where Floyd Died Are Struggling