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Meghan Kluth is a native Chicagoan and recently relocated to New Orleans to join our team. Her background is in sports broadcast but her passion, is to tell stories and entertain. So WGNO’s “News With A Twist” was the perfect fit.

She attended Boston University and graduated with a degree in communications. She got her start reporting in her hometown covering the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals and being a life-long Blackhawks fan, she was hooked. Most recently she reported for Comcast Network and MLB.com in Chicago.

She has a knack for finding your typical story and turning it into an entertaining piece with her unique style of interviewing. Several of her stories have been featured on national outlets such as Huffington Post, and Yahoo.

Fun fact: she had only been to New Orleans once, for 5 hours, before accepting the job. But already feels at home as a sports fan and foodie. Meghan plans to cheer for the Saints this season. In her free time, she likes to play hockey with her dad, experience New Orleans and catch up with family and friends.

Follow Meghan on Twitter at @Kluthfairy, and Instagram @MeghanKluth


Recent Articles
  • Tulane’s Bollywood dance team brings a taste of India to New Orleans

    Jazbaa, Tulane's Bollywood dance team, describes Bollywood as passion, hope, excitement, being free, and a way of expressing themselves.

  • Chief of Chayenne Tribe dedicates Super Sunday to sick wife

    Super Sunday is one of the few days out of the year when you can see the Mardi Gras Indians strut their stuff. The costumes take an entire year to make and the bead work skills are passed down from generation to generation.

  • Big Easy Rollergirls season starts this Saturday

    The Big Easy Rollergirls (BERG) organization was founded in 2004 by a group of tough New Orleans ladies who saw the rebirth of roller derby happening in Austin, Texas, and felt that New Orleans was a perfect fit for such an empowering, competitive sport for women.

  • Saints super-fan ‘JJ’ gets his own trading cards

    Fourteen-year-old Jarrius “Little JJ” Robertson – in need of a life-saving liver transplant – has already taken the world of sports by storm as he keeps attending big events and encouraging people to become organ donors. And now he is getting a new tool to help spread his message: his own football cards designed to promote organ donation.

  • Italian American marching club prepares for St. Joseph’s day

    The Italian American Marching Club is one of the largest ethnic organizations in the Southeastern United States.

  • Louisiana Children’s Museum relocating to $45.5M site in City Park

    The Louisiana Children’s Museum is ready to "take it outside."

  • Top three looks on the Oscars red carpet

    We're gearing up for the biggest night in Hollywood, as the A-listers prepare to walk the red carpet. According to Dawn Michelet, owner of The Red Carpet store on Magazine street says to keep an eye out for these three looks

  • Cuteness alert! This parade for kids fighting cancer is adorable

    This the cutest parade! The pediatrics department at Tulane Lakeside hospital rolled through the campus this morning. The parade was called Krewe Du Peds, and has been rolling for years to help bring carnival to children who can't make it because of their various illnesses.

  • The Krewe of UNO is back and bigger than ever

    The Krewe of UNO has long been in existence, but after a three year hiatus, it rolled through campus again.

  • Biodegradable beads coming to Mardi Gras soon!

    Last year we met the 3D Bead Man, who has been crafting amazing bead creations since 1986. His fascination with beads started in the 5th grade, and grew in to a full on passion. Marcus Ciko, a Baton Rouge native, found a way to make a positive impact on the community through beads.

  • Ladies Godiva celebrate 10 years with Muses

    NEW ORLEANS(WGNO) – You may have seen these ladies on the parade route. They’re hard to miss in their naked body suits and wild wigs. The Ladies Godiva ride to honor the first feminist, Lady Godiva, who rode trough her city naked on horseback to protest her husband. “Lady Godiva was the first feminist. Her husband was a lord and raised the taxes on his surfs in his dominion, and so to stand up to him she paraded through the streets […]

  • Incarcerated teens get a little love on Valentine’s Day

    This Valentine’s Day, Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children (FFLIC), working with Louisiana state and local municipalities, showed kids incarcerated in juvenile prisons and detention centers that their communities care by giving them valentines signed by supporters across the state.