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

‘She's come a long way so far:’ Huntsville mom seriously hurt in wreck faces long recovery

Ashley Ball is on the road to recovery, but her family is concerned the medical bills will quickly stack up.

Student arrested for bringing gun to Sparkman High School

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is investigating.

North Alabama health officials urge you to protect the vulnerable by getting flu shot

Health officials urge people to get vaccinated to protect themselves, children, and the elderly from this flu season.

Community rallies behind selfless Decatur volunteer

Kevin Clark is an example of what it means to give and receive.

Decatur teen Christmas program in need of sponsors

The Volunteer Center Morgan County is in need for sponsors to provide Christmas for teenagers throughout the community.

North Alabama animal advocates say new federal animal cruelty law a 'step forward'

Under the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Tact, a person can be prosecuted for crushing, burning, drowning, suffocating, or impaling animals or sexually exploiting them.

Madison County Jail closer to being fully staffed

The goal is to have 204 correctional officers. Right now, with these new graduates, there are about 180.

Rural hospitals face financial hurdles in North Alabama

At Lawrence Medical Center, about $3 million worth of care is not being reimbursed every year.

Supply can't keep up with demand of Huntsville housing market

Realtors tell WAAY31 houses are going fast, because the supply cannot keep up with the demand.

Memorial service held for Dana Fletcher in Huntsville

A memorial was held three weeks after he was shot and killed by Madison Police.


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