Megan Reyna

Megan comes to the Tennessee Valley from Houston, Texas.

Title: Weekend Evening Anchor/Reporter

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

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

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

When Megan is not reporting, you can find her dancing or working on her yoga skills. She is excited to continue her journey as a journalist here in the Rocket City!

Recent Posts by Megan Reyna

The Athens-Limestone County Library closes temporarily due to COVID

It will reopen Thursday.

Man drowns at Joe Wheeler State Park Sunday

The body was recovered by a dive team.

Tennessee man killed while changing a tire in Decatur

The man was from Pulaski, TN.

Deputies respond to possible drowning in Morgan County

It happened at Talucah Beach.

Huntsville's South Parkway Water Treatment Plant to undergo renovations

Renovations begin in October.

Sheriff Blakely's defense files motion to dismiss one of the charges Monday night

Blakely's attorneys are asking the judge to dismiss count 2.

1 pedestrian in a wheelchair hit by vehicle in Huntsville Sunday

The victim is in serious condition.

Traffic stop in Morgan Co. leads to child endangerment charges in Marshall Co.

Authorities said Kayla Womack told them she left her kids at home alone for hours.

2 people hospitalized from wreck in South Huntsville

One of the victims is in serious condition.

Adamsburg VFD fire chief dies Friday

Chief David Evett died at the hospital Friday.

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