Meghan Coyle

Digital News Apprentice

Meghan Coyle is an apprentice news clerk on KPCC’s digital team. She is a graduate of USC Annenberg’s School for Communication and Journalism, where she served as the Online Managing Editor of The Daily Trojan and a radio producer for Annenberg Media. Her radio show, “From Where We Are,” is the 2016 National Winner for Best All-Around Radio Newscast in the SPJ Mark of Excellence Awards. Meghan has also been published in The Washington Post and worked for NBC Sports on the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics. She interned for “To The Point” and “All Things Considered” at KCRW. This SoCal transplant grew up in Alexandria, VA. She enjoys marathons (both the running and television kinds).
Stories by Meghan Coyle

7 things to do this weekend in SoCal

Our list includes a light saber battle, a "Home Alone" pajama party, a sledding hill with real snow, and the annual Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade.

Car crash injures LAPD officer, shuts lanes of the 405 Freeway

Three lanes of the northbound 405 are closed early Tuesday morning due to a collision late Monday night on the 405 Freeway at Santa Monica Boulevard.

Rye Fire in Santa Clarita spreads to 5,000 acres

A brush fire that started around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in Santa Clarita has quickly spread. Rye Canyon Loop, Travel Village, Blacksmith Drive and Alta Vista have been evacuated, and 1,300 homes in the Westridge Community are being evacuated.

Creek Fire burns 11,337 acres in Sylmar, Lake View Terrace, Shadow Hills

Mandatory evacuations were ordered for areas of Sylmar, Lake View Terrace and Shadow Hills. The fire is 0 percent contained, officials said.

7 things to do this weekend in SoCal

Some events to check out include a Scandinavian Christmas celebration, a rumba dance party, a tamale food festival and the LA Auto Show.

LA Weekly's new owners fire almost everyone. What's next?

No one knows who actually owns LA Weekly, but new overseers Semanal Media just gutted the outlet's editorial staff.

7 things to do this Thanksgiving weekend in SoCal

Take the friends and relatives to the L.A. version of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, holiday markets or a spectacular neighborhood lights display.

LA Turkey Trots worth sweating for

Whether you want to race the relatives, wear a turkey costume, or just burn some calories, here is a roundup of some of the neighborhood races.

7 things to do this weekend in SoCal

Our list this week includes outdoor ice skating, reindeer encounters and the twisted and irreverent sister of the Rose Parade.

7 things to do this Veterans Day weekend in SoCal

Our list includes lots of holiday events this weekend, including Veterans Day parades, Christmas tree lightings and something called a "Tofurky Trot."

7 things to do this weekend in SoCal

Our list of weekend events includes Día de los Muertos celebrations, free MOCA admission and a tour of a Mexican tall ship.

Where to celebrate Día de los Muertos in SoCal

The day after Halloween is Día de los Muertos. Here are some places to get your face paint on and participate in the celebration of deceased family and friends.

SoCal's biggest, most die-hard Dodgers fans are...

We asked you to prove your Dodgers pride, and boy, the women delivered. Here are some of the best responses we got in honor of the World Series this week.

Your guide to pumpkin patches and Halloween haunts in SoCal

It may not feel like sweater weather, but Halloween is here. Here's a round-up of Halloween-themed events for kids and adults. Don't worry, they aren't all scary!

SB 241 reopens as Canyon Fire 2 hits 65 percent containment

Southbound lanes of the 241 Toll Road have reopened after the highway was damaged. Firefighters are working to improve containment lines ahead of the warmer and drier conditions this weekend.