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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
A beekeeper prepares a shipment of honey bees.
San Francisco Chronicle / APScience and Health

Bee vaccine could help insects survive as their population declines

A snowmaking machine churns out manufactured snow.
APU.S.

Manufactured snow might be the future of winter sports

Power transmission lines
Gerry Broome / APU.S.

Criminal Investigations Underway After Continued Power Grid Attacks

A cat carries a rat.
NewsyU.S.

Cats Are Curtailing Chicago's Rat Problem

A hearing aid is shown.
APScience and Health

What To Know About Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids

A Tesla Supercharger
Nam Y. Huh / APBusiness

Tesla Investors Blaming CEO Elon Musk For Car Company's Worst Year

Michael Jordan celebrates the Bulls win over the Portland Trail Blazers in the NBA Finals in Chicago
John Swart / APSports

The NBA Is Renaming The MVP Award In Honor Of Michael Jordan

Children in Ukraine traumatized by the war play with American pit bull terrier "Bice" as part of a therapy program.
Vasilisa Stepanenko / APScience and Health

Ukrainian Center Offers Dog Therapy For Children Traumatized By War

A man looks at a map of Jewish communities and threats to them.
NewsyU.S.

Jewish Security Network Is Monitoring Antisemitic Threats In Real Time

A row of books is shown.
NewsyEntertainment

Michigan Town's Only Library May Close After Battle Over LGBTQ+ Books

A sale sign tops flats filled with cans of jellied cranberry sauce
David Zalubowski / APLife

Why Do We Eat Cranberries At Thanksgiving?

People pose for a photograph with a sign reading in English" FIFA World Cup, Qatar 2022" in Doha, Qatar
Hassan Ammar / APSports

What To Watch For As World Cup Kicks Off Sunday in Qatar

Cuddler volunteer holding a NICU baby
NewsyLife

Chicago Hospital Offers Cuddlers To Help NICU Babies

Powerball numbers are shown.
APLife

What Should You Do If You Win The Powerball Lottery?

A sign is seen on a fence near an outdoor Magellan penguin viewing area at the Blank Park Zoo
Charlie Neibergall / APScience and Health

Avian Flu Is Affecting The Poultry Industry As The Holidays Approach

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk arrives on the red carpet for the Axel Springer media award
Hannibal Hanschke / APTech

Social Media Is Reacting To Elon Musk As New Owner Of Twitter

A cranberry farm is shown.
NewsyLife

Cranberries Are Ready For Harvest In The Cheesehead State

A Rite Aid store in Pittsburgh advertises Covid-19 vaccine and free flu shots
Gene J. Puskar / APScience and Health

Public Officials Are Bracing For A Serious Flu Season

A pill is shown.
NewsyScience and Health

Adderall Shortage Persists Across U.S. As Number Of Users Increases

America’s Wild Horse Problem.
NewsyScience and Health

In Real Life: America’s Wild Horse Problem

People walk holding shopping bags.
San Francisco Chronicle / APLife

Retail Sales Are Starting Earlier This Holiday Season

Ales Bialiatski, the head of Belarusian Vyasna rights group, stands in a defendants' cage during a court session.
Sergei Grits / APWorld

Nobel Peace Prize Given To Activists From Belarus, Russia, Ukraine

A car passes Facebook's new Meta logo on a sign at the company headquarters
Tony Avelar / APTech

Are Social Media Platforms Ready For The Midterms?

A tree ring is shown.
Charles Krupa / APScience and Health

New York City Scientists Are Exploring History Through Tree Rings

Leonard Logsdail in his workshop
Meg Hilling / NewsyU.S.

Bespoke Tailor Stitches Together A Legacy

Sue Bird, Serena Williams and Allyson Felix are shown.
APSports

Three Icons In Women's Sports Are Saying Goodbye

Basketball players battle for the ball.
John Locher / APSports

WNBA Playoffs Head Into Semifinals With Increased Viewership

Referees talk on a field.
Paul Sancya / APSports

Referee Shortage Could Put An End To Some States' Friday Night Lights

Randall Worcester is shown.
Crawford County Sheriff's Department / APU.S.

Multiple Agencies Are Investigating Police Beating Of Arkansas Man

Uprising Bakery and Cafe
NewsyU.S.

Chicago Bakery Attacked For Drag Brunch Illustrates A Social Conflict