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
A demonstrator is taken into custody after the city's curfew went into effect in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles City Council Votes To Cut Police Funding

Seattle police stand on a road in the Capitol Hill Organized Protest zone early Wednesday, July 1, 2020.

Seattle Mayor Orders CHOP Zone Evacuated

A member of the Florida National Guard talks to a driver as he monitors vehicles entering a testing site for COVID-19.

U.S. Records 48,000 New Cases Of COVID-19 In One Day

Honoree Carl Reiner addresses the audience at "The Paley Honors

Hollywood Actor, Director Carl Reiner Dies At 98

A pro-China supporter holds a Chinese national flag during a rally to celebrate the approval of a national security law.

China Passes Hong Kong National Security Law

Uighur children play outdoors in Hotan, in western China's Xinjiang region.

AP: China Is Using Forced Birth Control To Curb Uighur Population

Security personnel surround the Stock Exchange Building after an attack in Karachi, Pakistan

Militants Attack Stock Exchange In Pakistan

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks about the coronavirus.

Secretary DeVos Issues Rule Directing Aid Money To Private Schools

A woman holds up a sign saying "police the police" as she confronts a police line while demonstrators protest in Washington.

House Passes Police Reform Legislation, Faces Senate Pushback

Protesters block traffic at an intersection an intersection near Capitol Square in Madison, Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Governor Activates National Guard Following Unrest

U.S. Secret Service police watch as demonstrators protest the death of George Floyd

Secret Service Agents To Quarantine Following Tulsa Rally

Voting stations are set up in the Kentucky Exposition Center for voters to cast their ballot in the Kentucky primary

Early Primary Results Indicate Shakeups In Some States

Tennis player Novak Djokovic returns a shot.

Tennis Player Novak Djokovic Tests Positive For COVID-19

A protester picks up signs during a demonstration

Employees From Sheriff's, DA's Offices Accused Of Vandalizing BLM Sign

Tyson Foods Inc., sign at Tyson headquarters in Springdale, Arkansas

China Suspends Imports From A Tyson Foods Plant Over COVID-19 Outbreak

A doctor checks the temperature of a woman during a free medical camp in Dharavi, one of Asia's largest slums in Mumbai

WHO Reports Largest Single-Day Increase In COVID-19 Cases

Facebook logo on screens at the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York's Times Square.

Facebook Announces $200 Million Investment In Black Businesses

New York City Police facing off with activists during a protest march in Brooklyn.

New York City Passes Police Reform Bills

New York City Police arrest protesters refusing to get off the streets during an imposed curfew while marching

Relationship Between Prosecutors And Police May Be Changing

This photo provided by the North Korean government shows the demolition of an inter-Korean liaison office building.

North Korea Redeploys Troops To Border

A bottle of Aunt Jemima syrup sits on a counter

Aunt Jemima Brand To Change Name Amid Growing Backlash

A statue from the Richmond Howitzers Monument in Richmond, Va., lies after being toppled Tuesday night

Another Confederate Statue Is Torn Down By Protesters In Virginia

Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., speaks during a television interview at the Capitol in Washington.

Petition To Rename Historic Selma Bridge After Rep. John Lewis

Residents line up to get tested at a coronavirus testing center set up outside a sports facility in Beijing

Beijing Goes Into Lockdown Over New COVID-19 Outbreak

A guest has her temperature checked before entering SeaWorld as it reopens with new safety measures in place.

Florida Reports Two-Day Spike In COVID-19 Cases

A waiter takes an order at La Coupole restaurant, Monday, June 15, 2020 in Paris.

Europe Begins To Lift Internal Border Restrictions

Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., speaks during a Senate Health Education Labor and Pensions Committee hearing

Senate GOP Expected To Unveil Police Reform Package Wednesday

Arizona General Hospital

COVID-19 Cases Begin To Climb Again In U.S.

A demonstrator is taken into custody after a curfew went into effect in Los Angeles

50-Plus Allegations Of LAPD Officer Misconduct Under Investigation

Attorney General William Barr, center, stands in Lafayette Park across from the White House as demonstrators gather.

Former DOJ Officials Call For Investigation Into Protest Clearing