Megan Rupe

Megan Rupe is a Central Valley native who’s made her home in Fresno, as the Morning News Anchor on CBS47, Eyewitness News This Morning.

Megan previously worked as the Weekend Anchor on KSEE24, and before that, a reporter and multimedia journalist for both KSEE24 and CBS47, starting her broadcast journalism career at the two stations.

In 2016, Megan was part of the team recognized with an Emmy Award, following a stabbing on the University of California, Merced campus.

Throughout the years, Megan has shared countless community stories, covering crime, city and state politics, and more. Megan has reported live on scene during many destructive California wildfires.

Megan reported live from Yosemite National Park during 2018’s Ferguson fire, which historically closed the park to visitors, burned more than one month and cost two firefighters their lives.

Megan has interviewed presidential candidates one-on-one, covering political races, visiting presidents and former presidents in their visits to the Central Valley.

Megan has flown across country, covering valley veterans on their Central Valley Honor Flight trip to Washington D.C.; she’s also reported from a Hollywood backlot, previewing the latest new shows on CBS.

She’s been in a cage with a lioness and up in an aerobatic plane. On her days off, Megan spends time with her family and friends, enjoying all the events the valley and beautiful state of California have to offer.

Join her each morning and noon on CBS47! 

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Medical Meeting in Artsakh.
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Learning modern medicine techniques with the Fresno Medical Mission in surgery.
Leaning in for a look. Dr. Brien Tonkinson holds class and helps a patient in Armenia.
Fresno Medical Mission cares on one of the smallest patients in the region. Six-year old Yanna receives life-changing better breathing surgery.