Meghan Lopez joins the KFOX14/CBS4 team as weekend anchor, multimedia journalist.
Meghan Lopez is a Colorado native who graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with dual degrees in journalism and Spanish. During her time at UHM, Meghan studied abroad in beautiful Seville, Spain. Throughout college, she wrote for the school newspaper, worked for the campus news station and contributed to DISfunkshion magazine. During the summer, she also interned at KUSA in Denver and helped cover the 2008 Democratic National Convention.
In her senior year, Meghan co-created the digital media site for the Ka Leo O Hawaii newspaper. That same year, Meghan won the Fox News College Challenge for excellent storytelling. One month later, Meghan was the first ever student journalist selected to join RIAS/RTNDA fellowship on a tour of German news outlets as well as NATO and the EU. Afterward, Meghan traveled throughout Germany, Belgium, Austria and the Czech Republic freelancing wherever possible.
In 2009, Meghan joined RTTV America as a broadcast journalist. There, she worked her way up the ranks from editor to line producer to deputy news editor before becoming an anchor/reporter. During her years with RTTV, Meghan specialized in national and international coverage. Meghan completed a six-month investigation on the drawdown of military equipment from Afghanistan, a three-part series on the dangers and abundance of synthetic marijuana and another series documenting the life of an illegal immigrant who was going through the deportation process.
Meghan is excited to come to El Paso and pursue stories in the borderland. She prides herself on giving a voice to the voiceless and finding an alternative angle to every story. To submit a story idea, email Meghan.