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Meg Bonacorsi joined Spectrum News as an evening anchor in September 2015. Before that, Meg was working in Waco where she covered stories that grabbed national headlines -- like the West fertilizer plant explosion and biker shootout at Twin Peaks.

Even though she's been in the Lone Star State for a few years, Meg still has trouble saying "y'all" without sounding like a Yankee.  But she’s working on it!

Meg graduated from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo with a bachelor's degree in Journalism. She officially began her TV news career in Brainerd, Minnesota. 

After that, she spent several years working in Wausau, Wisconsin.  That's where Meg interviewed Vice President Joe Biden and won a Wisconsin Broadcasters Association award for her contribution to an economic downturn series. 

In Wausau, Meg helped create the local United Way Emerging Leaders group. In Waco, she was an active member of the Young Professionals organization and lent a hand to countless charities.  Now, Meg has the pleasure of showcasing volunteers in her weekly Giving Back segment on Spectrum News.

When she's not at work, Meg loves trying out new restaurants and frequenting old favorites. She's also a fitness fanatic and enjoys golfing -- although she swears she’s terrible at it!  

If you'd like to nominate someone to be featured in Giving Back, or simply say hello, please shoot Meg an email at You can also connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.