Megan Trinrud started as an associate producer at KWQC in the fall of 2012. In 2013, she started producing the 4pm news, and later the 10pm, which she has produced for the last four years. She is a 2015 Midwest Regional Emmy Award winner.
Megan grew up in Rock Island, and graduated from Rock Island High School in 2004. She got her bachelor’s degree in English Literature at Washington University in St. Louis, and her Master’s in Visual and Media Art from Emerson College in Boston.
Megan enjoys traveling, and watching movies and television, especially South Korean dramas. She’s also a big fan of K-Pop. She loves manatees and tries to incorporate them in to as many newscasts as possible. You’re welcome.
Four sources say President Trump is leaning toward decertifying the Iranian nuclear deal and then letting Congress decide whether the U.S. will withdraw from the pact.
A day after the massive earthquake that killed more than 200 people in Mexico, rescuers frantically worked to free survivors and families waited for answers.
Authorities say it could be four to six months before electricity is returned to Puerto Rico and its nearly 3.5 million people.
Some U.S. officials were as surprised as delegates by Trump's UN speech, and are reassuring allies the U.S. seeks a diplomatic solution for North Korea.
A little boy said he does now know how he managed to survive the escape from his Mexico City school after a powerful earthquake destroyed the building.