Meghann Mollerus is a multi-media journalist/reporter and contributing anchor for WFMY News 2. She joined the team in June 2013 and since then has been helping you start your day with the Good Morning Show! That's where she covers a wide-range of stories, bringing you information on air, online and on your mobile device. You'll frequently see her live from the scene of breaking news or covering community interest stories that matter to you.
With her knowledge of politics, she also keeps you up to speed on the North Carolina legislature and upcoming elections. She has reported live from the scene of top national stories -- including the lowering of the Confederate flag from the South Carolina State Capitol.
She has a passion for community outreach and is proud to be part of WFMY News 2's Emmy-award-winning Read 2 Succeed program. In June 2015, she competed in the Dancing on the Diamond "celebrity dance competition" and helped raise more than $1,000 toward programs for adults with developmental disabilities.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Mo., Meghann attended college at the University of Missouri and graduated with a Bachelor of Journalism from the world-renowned Missouri School of Journalism. She also received minors in Political Science and French.
While at the University of Missouri from 2009 to 2013, she worked as a reporter (specializing in politics and court cases) and anchor at the mid-Missouri NBC affiliate -- KOMU 8 News. During that time, Meghann received a Mark of Excellence Award from the Society of Professional Journalists for an investigation into the questionable salary of an executive at a non-profit St. Louis animal shelter.
Meghann was a two-time senior intern and college campus representative/reporter for Fox News Channel. While working for the Midwest bureau in Chicago, she was an assistant field producer in high-profile federal trials--including the Tahawwur Rana terrorism trial and former governor Rod Blagojevich corruption trial. She also helped cover the nationally-known murder trial of former Illinois police officer Drew Peterson.
Outside of work, Meghann enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running, horseback riding and reading. She adores animals and adopted her beloved cat Milo from a Greensboro shelter!
In her more than two years at WFMY News 2, Meghann has loved meeting many viewers, who have made beautiful North Carolina feel like home. She looks forward to continuing her journey as a storyteller and advocate for Piedmont Triad families.