Meg Hilling

Meg Hilling

Meg Hilling

Producer / Reporter

Meg Hilling is a National Correspondent with Scripps News based in Chicago. Her work is predominately featured on the weeknight show, In The Loop with Christian Bryant, as well as the documentary series, In Real Life. Using her background in sports, science and the American West, she delivers character driven stories that lend unique perspectives on pressing issues facing our world. She takes on the ground reporting very seriously and often returns to the newsroom sunburnt and covered in mud with a wild story in hand.

Recent Work
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, accompanied by President Donald Trump, speaks in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington.

Arizona Sees Decline In COVID-19 Cases Following Summer Surge

Police use a water cannon to disperse demonstrators during a protest against Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Protesters In Israel Are Met With Water Cannons

Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar speaks during a White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing.

COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Renewed By Trump Administration

Pfizer company logo

U.S. Agrees To Buy 100 Million Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine

Chicago police investigate the scene of a mass shooting outside a funeral home.

15 Injured In Shooting Outside Funeral Home In Chicago

A man holds a Soviet flag

Report Cites Russian Interference In Britain

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, right, and French President Emmanuel Macron prepare to address a media conference.

European Union Reaches Deal On Budget And Virus Relief Package

Crime scene tape around the home of U.S. District Judge Esther Salas

U.S. District Judge's Son Killed, Husband Injured In Home Shooting

People wait to speak with representatives from the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission about unemployment claims.

$600 Additional Virus Aid To End For Unemployed

Members of the Tampa Bay Rays await the start of a team baseball scrimmage in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Major League Baseball Exhibition Games Provide Look At Season Ahead

Agents from different components of the Department of Homeland Security are deployed in Portland, Oregon

Oregon Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against Federal Agencies

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp

Georgia Governor Sues Atlanta Mayor Over Face Mask Mandate

Fists were raised in memory of Breonna Taylor during a rally in her honor on the steps of the Kentucky State Capitol.

Louisville To Investigate Deaths Of Taylor, McAtee And Protests

Second Federal Execution In A Week Carried Out

A boy gets his nasal swab sample taken to test for the coronavirus at a government health center in Hyderabad, India

Countries Consider Stricter Virus Measures As Cases Climb

Retailer New York & Company Files For Bankruptcy

Daniel Lewis Lee

U.S. Carries Out First Federal Execution In Nearly 20 Years

Rows of school buses are parked at their terminal

Trump Administration And Many Educators At Odds Over Reopening Schools

President Donald Trump holds a chart as he talks with reporters after receiving a briefing on Hurricane Dorian

Commerce Department Called Out Over Hurricane Dorian Forecast

Protesters clash with police near the Salt Lake County district attorney's office

State Of Emergency Declared In Utah Amid Protests

Harvard wide receiver Jack Cook (83) raises the ball after crossing the goal line for a touchdown against Yale.

Ivy League Cancels Fall Sports

School buses

New York City Students To Return To Classroom Part Time

Man walks with mask in Shiprock, New Mexico

Native American Tribes Cite Infrastructure Concerns Amid COVID-19

Chief Justice of the United States John Roberts

Chief Justice John Roberts Briefly Hospitalized In June

The White House

Feds Award Novavax $1.6 Billion to Speed Up Virus Vaccine

School buses

Florida Public Schools Ordered To Reopen For Fall

Police guard access to housing commission apartments under lockdown in Melbourne, Australia.

Australia Locks Down State Amid COVID-19 Surge

A man looks into a tent as a health worker in protective gear collects a sample for COVID-19 testing in South Africa

COVID-19 Efforts Disrupt Progress In Fighting Other Diseases

Chicago skyline

Chicago Orders Incoming Travelers From Select States To Quarantine

Travelers walk through Terminal 3 at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago.

Trump Administration Asks Air Travelers To Wear Face Masks