Megan Reyna

Megan comes to the Tennessee Valley from Houston, Texas.

Title: Megan is a reporter for WAAY 31

This Texan is excited to call Alabama her home. I grew up fascinated by news. My dad worked for the Houston Police Department and often made cameo appearances on local newscasts. So early on, I knew I wanted to serve my community, and journalism felt right.

I started focusing on it my freshman year of high school. I went on to study journalism and dance at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. During my time at Tech, I wrote for a student-run online news source, anchored/reported for my college newscast, and was a part of several dance companies.

My first break into the industry was the summer before my senior year when I interned for the FOX affiliate in Lubbock, Texas. Upon completing my internship, I began working part-time for the morning show, Good Day Lubbock. I worked my way up and became FOX34’s weekend anchor, producer, and reporter.

When I'm not reporting, you can find me dancing or working on my yoga skills. I’m excited to continue my journey as a journalist here in the Rocket City!

Recent Posts by Megan Reyna

Federal loans could help North Alabama small businesses in coronavirus crisis

On Friday, owners of Salon Allure are applying for the Paycheck Protection Program.

Coronavirus conditions impacting North Alabama addicts, but help remains

The organization is still providing its referral program, and a virtual recovery support meetings.

Calhoun Community College using 3-D printer to create face shields for Huntsville Hospitals

One college chose to take part in an initiative to create shield masks with a 3-D printer.

Madison City Schools food distribution plan for upcoming week

The school district released its plan for food distribution this week.

Huntsville Hospital preparing for influx of coronavirus patients

At a news conference Saturday, Huntsville Hospital CEO David Spillers discussed the steps the hospital is taking in regards to the coronavirus.

Huntsville Animal Services remains open with new procedures

The shelter is open, but the director asks people seeking services to call ahead.

Huntsville lab explains how the coronavirus test could still cost you

A bill is calling for free coronavirus testing, but one lab in Huntsville explains not all providers may cover the cost.

Hometown Heroes: Huntsville photographer captures joy during a time of isolation

A Huntsville photographer is taking part in the Front Steps Project, taking photos of families during self-quarantine.

People in Huntsville react to Gov. Kay Ivey's decision not to order a state-wide shelter in place

Gov. Kay Ivey said in a news conference on Tuesday, as of right now, there will not be a state-mandated shelter in place.

North Alabama residents at high risk for coronavirus urge others to social distance

Families with members at a high risk of falling severely ill due to the coronavirus urge others to practice social distancing.

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