Meagan Fitzgerald Biography
Meagan Fitzgerald is an American journalist who works as a co-anchor of the Sunday edition of News4 Today. She is a native of Princeton Junction.
She is a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and the National Association of Black Journalists. She was named Best Broadcast Journalist of the Year by the Colorado Broadcast Association and the Colorado Black Journalist Association.
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Meagan works as a co-anchor in Sunday’s edition of News4 Today. She joined NBC4 in May 2015 and she made her mark very quickly. She happened to be the first reporter at the scene of a quadruple murder that came later to be known as D.C. Washington Murders.
The lone suspect was found guilty of all the charges and she was at the heart covering every detail of this case. She has worked in News4’s Consumer Unit as an intern when she was studying at Howard University.
Meagan also played lacrosse for the university’s Division 1 program then served as head coach of the women’s lacrosse team at the University of San Diego before starting her TV career in Monroe, Los Angeles.
While she was in Monroe, she uncovered a payroll fraud in the City’s engineering department. This resulted in the indictment of the head engineer and an employee.
At KUSA-TV, Denver, she worked as a fill-in anchor and a reporter. She covered the historic floods, fires, The Aurora theater shootings and the legalization of Marijuana.
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DC Mother Desperate to Move After 2 Sons Shot Within Months of Each Other
A D.C. mother says she is desperate to get her family out of their violent neighborhood after two of her sons were shot just months apart.
“It’s tough because you don’t know when to duck and dodge from bullets,” Ebonee Hill said. “You don’t know if you’re going to be able to walk to your car.”
For the past six years, Hill has been raising her seven children near Kenilworth Avenue in Northeast.
Her 13-year-old son was talking to a friend in the 4500 block of Douglas Street NE just yards away from his home when he was shot Saturday evening. Hill said a bullet struck his spine and he may not be able to walk again.
“How do I explain to my son that it’s a strong possibility that he could never ride a bike again, you know what I’m saying?” Hill said. “He could never do the normal things all because he was speaking to some friends.”
What makes it worse for her is this is the second time one of her sons was shot.
On Valentine’s Day, her 12-year-old son was shot in the back when leaving a playground near their home.
“Physically he’s doing fine but mentally he’s not,” Hill said.
Since then, Hill has been pleading with her apartment complex to relocate her, but she’s not waiting for them anymore. She’s going to do whatever it takes to move her family, calling it a matter of life and death.
“Everybody can’t afford to buy houses and live in the nice areas,” she said. “Everybody can’t afford that. Why we can’t feel safe anywhere?”