Megan Dice

Megan Dice Megan Dice

Megan Dice is an anchor/reporter for News 12 New Jersey. She is originally from Zionsville, Indiana, and is thrilled to be living in the NYC metro. There are many inspiring experiences she gets to live as a journalist and she’s humbled to be at the frontlines of history.

While at Fox 5 DC, she got to cover Justice Scalia's funeral for Fox affiliates across the nation, as well as a blizzard that crippled the region. Prior to that, she worked at WCBD in Charleston, South Carolina, as an anchor/reporter covering the Emanuel AME shootings, Walter Scott shooting and the Confederate flag takedown in Columbia, South Carolina.

Dice started her career at WTHI as a freelance reporter. From there, she moved to WBOC-TV as the Dover, Delaware bureau reporter, where she received an Associated Press award for the continuing coverage of a high-profile murder investigation. While at WBOC, she covered the Delaware General Assembly, Dover Air Force Base and even got the ride of a lifetime in an F-16 with the USAF Thunderbirds.

She went behind the scenes at Fox 5 Atlanta, where she was an associate producer. While in Atlanta, she navigated residents in their daily commute as a traffic anchor, also covering the Nashville and Jacksonville markets.

On the lighter side, Dice has appeared as a host on the show "Designing Spaces" on Lifetime TV, as well as anchored the show "Homes on Demand" on Comcast. She also did a stint as a writer on a few TruTV network shows in L.A.

Fun facts: She graduated from Virginia Tech and is a proud Hokie football fan.
She enjoys traveling, and has a full passport with 31 countries seen.
She’s an avid runner, with 4 half marathons on the books. She has a puppy named Nugget, who keeps her outdoors all the time.

Most importantly, She has deemed herself a coffee connoisseur, and she wants to hear where you get your favorite cup of joe in the area!

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