Meghann Mollerus is an Emmy Award-nominated news anchor of the WFMY News 2 weekday Good Morning Show and WFMY News 2 at Noon. She is a passionate, multi-dimensional journalist known for digging deeper into stories and utilizing her politics expertise to provide important context to election coverage in our ‘battleground state.’ She knows everyone has a story and enjoys giving her viewers a platform to share their voices!

She is among the TEGNA journalists spearheading the VERIFY initiative, which investigates online claims as true or false and dispels misinformation. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, she co-led the station’s Coronavirus Numbers Team, providing viewers with important data and analysis about COVID trends.

Meghann joined the team in June 2013 as a reporter and has covered everything from breaking news to consumer concerns to top national stories–including Hurricane Matthew and the state’s controversial “Bathroom Bill.” She has guest reported for TEGNA sister stations during big events, including Pope Francis’ historic U.S. visit to D.C. Now, at the anchor desk, she continues to lead breaking news coverage, walking viewers through urgent developments — including a recent deadly high school shooting — with clarity, truth and empathy.

Her journalism has received four regional Emmy nominations from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Her co-anchoring of special coverage of Election Night 2020 brought non-biased information and real-time results to thousands of viewers on and Facebook. In 2018, Meghann’s feature story about a child sexual assault survivor helped spur new efforts by the State Attorney General’s Office to test 15,000 backlogged rape kits at the state crime lab.

Meghann has a longstanding passion for community outreach and is proud to be part of WFMY’s Read 2 Succeed program, promoting literacy at dozens of elementary schools each year. She emcees numerous charity events for local non-profits and veterans initiatives. Her passion for children’s heart health is close to her heart, and she proudly emceed the 2023 Hands for Hearts fundraiser, which helped raise a record $342,500 benefiting Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) research and awareness.

Born and raised in St. Louis, Mo., Meghann attended college at the University of Missouri and was in the Honors College program. She graduated with a Bachelor of Journalism from the world-renowned Missouri School of Journalism and received minors in Political Science and French. During her time at MU, she anchored and reported for KOMU 8 News and worked for a radio station at the Missouri Statehouse. She received a Missouri Broadcasters Award for her coverage of the EF-5 Joplin tornado’s two-year anniversary.

Although always a devoted journalist, Meghann’s proudest job is ‘Mom,’ and she cherishes family time with her husband, two young children and their rescue cat.