Meg Hilling - Newsy

Meg Hilling

Producer / Reporter

Meg Hilling is a producer / reporter who covers a bit of everything at Newsy. If she is not chasing down breaking news, she is likely digging into an investigative piece or teaming up with others on larger stories. Prior to joining the team in August 2019, Meg was a bureau reporter for the NBC affiliate, KOB-TV, based out of the Four Corners. Off the clock, Meg can be found fighting her four siblings for the title of the funniest Hilling kid and planning her next snowboarding adventure.

Recent Work
Restaurant co-owner serving food.
Mark Lennihan / AP PhotoSci/Health

Restaurants: Whiplash Of COVID-19 Surges Driving Them Into The Ground

A person rests on a table as they give blood for the Red Cross
Mel Evans / APU.S.

The Red Cross Declares Blood Crisis For First Time

Haiti's Prime Minister Ariel Henry gives an interview at his private residence in Port-au-Prince.
APWorld

NYT: Haiti PM Had Relationship With President's Murder Suspect

Serbia's Novak Djokovic
Hamish Blair / APSports

Novak Djokovic In Limbo As He Fights Deportation From Australia

People wait in a long line to get tested for COVID-19 in Times Square, New York
Seth Wenig / APSci/Health

Covid Cases Climb Among Kids and Teens

Teachers call for additional COVID testing
Brittainy Newman / APSci/Health

New York City Pushes Forward With School Reopening

Babies sleep next to their mothers as they undergo treatment for malnutrition in Kabul
Petros Giannakouris / APWorld

The Humanitarian Crisis In Afghanistan Is Getting Worse

A nurse in a Michigan hospital
Carlos Osorio / APSci/Health

Hospitals Struggling With COVID-19 Cases

U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mackinaw
NewsyU.S.

U.S. Coast Guard Ship Brings Christmas Trees To Chicago Families

A woman skis down a snowy slope.
Amie EngerbretsonSci/Health

Climate Change Is Impacting Snow Sports

Climbers scale the side of a mountain.
NewsySci/Health

The Rocky Future Of Climbing Due To Climate Change

A surfer walks a rock ledge near the ocean.
NewsySci/Health

How Climate Change Is Impacting Surfing

A man fills up jugs with non-potable water in Benton Harbor.
Charles Rex Arbogast / APSci/Health

Michigan Town Struggles With Lead-Contaminated Water

Children walk past the Christian Aid Ministries headquarters in Titanyen
Matias Delacroix / APWorld

Some Haitian Missionaries May Be Alive After Gang Kidnapping

A dining room table during Thanksgiving dinner
John Minchillo / APU.S.

The Country Is Seeing Spikes In Prices Ahead Of Holiday Season

Migrants in detention facility
U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Rio Grande Valley Sector / APPolitics

U.S. Could Compensate Migrant Families Separated At Southern Border

Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden speaks during a news conference after an NFL football game against the Chicago Bears.
AP Photo / Rick ScuteriSports

Las Vegas Raiders' Head Coach Resigns

Jelani Day
Day Family / NewsyU.S.

Celebration Of Life Held For Jelani Day

A plant-based Italian beef sandwich
 Sci/Health

Menus Get Makeovers As Alternatives To Meat Grow

Afghans in displacement camp
Sidiqullah Khan / APWorld

Young Afghans Struggle As Taliban Government Settles In

A U.S.  a soldier boards a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft.
Senior Airman Taylor Crul/U.S. Air Force/APWorld

Family Members Of Veterans Express Frustration Over Afghan Withdrawal

Afghan refugees land in Wisconsin
U.S. Army Video / APU.S.

Wisconsin Town Reacts As Afghan Refugees Arrive

Climbers with Ascend
Camille FiduciaWorld

A Women's Climbing Group In Kabul Details Life Under The Taliban

Crowds outside the airport in Kabul
Juan CarlosWorld

Photojournalist Describes Chaotic Journey From Kandahar To Kabul

Young men who say they deserted the Afghan military and fled to Turkey through Iran.
Emrah Gurel / APWorld

Afghanistan's Neighbors Brace For Aftermath Of Taliban Takeover

An internally displaced Afghan woman from a northern province sits with her child in camp in Kabul.
Rahmat Gul / APWorld

A Look Inside An Afghan Displacement Camp In Kabul

Displaced women and children in a camp in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Rahmat Gul / APWorld

Future Of Afghan Women Under Threat

An Afghan soldier walks down the street in Kandahar as the Afghan Armed forces retreated
Juan CarlosWorld

Photographer Trapped In Kandahar Describes The Taliban's Takeover

An Afghan woman climbs
Ascend: Leadership Through AthleticsWorld

Afghan Women Athletes Face Uncertain Future Amid Taliban Push

Diamond inspired by "Field of Dreams"
MLB PhotosSports

MLB Game To Take Place At 'Field Of Dreams' Stadium