Megan Telles is a general assignment reporter for KTLA 5 News. She joined the station in September 2018.

She is excited to return home to Southern California and join the KTLA family. Megan comes to KTLA from KXTV in Sacramento, where she anchored “Morning Blend” for two years.

Born in West Covina and raised in Rancho Cucamonga, Megan is a self-described “army brat,” given her father’s 21 years of service in the United States Army. Megan has called Wiesbaden, Germany; Fort Rucker, Alabama; and Savannah, Georgia, “home” and takes pride in being able to still count to 10 in German.

Prior to her time in California’s capital city, she was a national entertainment correspondent for the syndicated “Celebrity Page TV” based in Las Vegas, where she interviewed Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez and Lionel Richie.

Simultaneous with “Celebrity Page TV,” Megan was a reporter, anchor and daytime talk-show host at KTNV, the ABC affiliate in Las Vegas.

Megan’s deep-rooted passion for breaking news kicked in after enduring many tornado seasons in Alabama. She remembers being glued to the radio “reporting” wind speeds as her family hid for safety in the hallway closet.

The Emmy award winner is a proud graduate of Los Osos High School and the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. She is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.

Megan married her high school sweetheart, Cesar. They enjoy intense squirrel chasing with their Yorkshire, Coco.

She and her husband are die-hard college football fans, and on any given fall Saturday, all three can be found rooting on the USC Trojans — fight on!


Recent Articles
  • The Power Of Positivity With Mercedes Javid | Mama Mentality

    This is it! The final episode of Mama Mentality Season 1! In this podcast, Megan chats with Mercedes “MJ” Javid of Bravo Network’s hit show Shahs of Sunset. Sham’s mommy endured it all during labor and delivery, and owes the power of optimism for getting her through the experience. MJ embodies the Mama Mentality. This episode was recorded when Megan was 35 weeks along, and she is now due any moment! Subscribe to “Mama Mentality”: via Apple Podcasts | RSS Megan on social media: […]

  • Police investigate a shooting that occurred in Long Beach on Nov. 18, 2019. (Credit: OnScene.TV)

    Gunfire Erupts During Gathering at Long Beach Home; 2 Men Wounded

    Police are searching for whoever opened fire on a group of people, wounding two men, at a Long Beach home Monday night. The shooting was reported about 8 p.m. in the 2900 block of East 15th Street, Long Beach Police Department Lt. Rico Fernandez said. Investigators believe the shots came from an alley behind the home, striking two victims in the upper body. Both men were taken from the scene by ambulance with injuries that were not believed to be […]

  • A broken water main flooded the lobby of a Westlake District apartment building on Nov. 18, 2019. (Credit: OnScene.TV)

    Water Main Break Floods Apartment Building Lobby in Westlake District

    A broken water main temporarily closed an intersection and flooded the lobby of an apartment building after bursting in the Westlake District. Megan Telles reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Nov. 18, 2019.

  • Letting Go & Accepting Motherhood’s Messiness With Gretchen Rossi | Mama Mentality

    On this episode of Mama Mentality, Megan Telles is at the home of Real Housewives of Orange County alumni Gretchen Christine Rossi. The new mom landed a role on the hit Bravo reality show, and it launched her career as an entrepreneur. Gretchen describes motherhood as messier than she expected, but miraculous in more ways than one. In this episode, Gretchen gives Megan invaluable advice for motherhood. They chat about post-partum depression, surrendering control, and about Gretchen’s 4 and a […]

  • Clinic Opens in South L.A. to Provide Free Healthcare in 3-Day Event

    A Los Angeles-based nonprofit is hosting its annual free clinic to provide treatment to those without access to healthcare. The clinic opened its doors to L.A. County’s homeless Friday with hundreds of doctors volunteering at the location. The clinic will stay open between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. from Nov. 15 to Nov. 17 at 1933 S. Broadway in the Historic South-Central neighborhood of South L.A. Megan Telles reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Nov. 16, 2019.

  • Tents line the street in Skid Row in Los Angeles on Sept. 17, 2019. (Credit: Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)

    Homelessness Tops Poll of L.A.’s Biggest Problems

    As people living in tents, RVs and makeshift shelters become a fact of life in neighborhoods far and wide, homelessness is now an all-consuming issue in Los Angeles County, with 95% of voters calling it a serious or very serious problem, according to a new poll conducted for the Los Angeles Times and the Los Angeles Business Council Institute. The near-unanimous opinion that homelessness ranks as a top concern marks a sharp change from earlier surveys of Los Angeles voters […]

  • A "For Sale" sign is posted in front of a house in Los Angeles. (Credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

    Affordability Study Says $127,000 Income Needed to Buy Home in L.A. County

    An annual income of at least $127,000 is needed if you want to own a home in Los Angeles County, according to a a new report from the California Association of Realtors. Megan Telles reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Nov. 12, 2019. Read the report here. 

  • Cannonballing Into Parenthood: Survival Tips with Lisa Sugarman and Debra Fox Gansenberg | Mama Mentality

    This week on “Mama Mentality,” Megan Telles is cannonballing into parenthood with two moms who have written a survival tips book for all of us. Megan is getting real-world advice from author and journalist Lisa Sugarman, and family systems therapist Debra Fox Gansenberg. Emotions run deep when the women discuss raising perfectly imperfect kids and being ok with it. And of course, stick around at the end of the episode for a word from Megan’s family matriarch, Grandma Lola! Related […]

  • Locals gathered to mark Veterans Day at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum as the facility's historic torch was lit up on Nov. 11, 2019. (Credit: KTLA)

    Torch Lit up at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for Veterans Day

    Locals gathered to honor veterans at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Monday as the facility’s historic torch was lit up to mark the anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I in 1918. Megan Telles, Courtney Friel and Carlos Saucedo report for the KTLA 5 News on Nov. 11, 2019.

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