Megan Hickey is a member of the 2 Investigator team, focusing on topical investigative stories.

Hickey came to CBS 2 in October, 2018 from ABC 7 Eyewitness News. Prior to Chicago, she worked at WEWS-TV in Cleveland and WNDU-TV in South Bend, Ind.

Hickey won a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award in 2015 for her investigative reporting on a woman who was severely burned when her car’s fuel tank caught fire. Hickey also won a Regional Emmy Award in 2017 for her reporting on a now convicted serial killer who confessed his crimes to Hickey in a series of letters from prison.

Hickey earned a Master of Science in Journalism degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. Hickey also earned a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University. Hickey is a graduate of Fenwick High School in Oak Park.

A Hinsdale native, Hickey enjoys spending time with her large Chicago-area family and husband. Her hobbies include singing and playing music, competing in triathlons and sampling the best sushi spots in the area.

Latest From Megan Hickey

Durbin, Duckworth Call For Action Against ArcelorMittal Amid Claims Company Cheated On Toxicity TestsOne day after CBS 2 revealed claims that Indiana steelmaker ArcelorMittal cheated on the results of its toxicity tests, U.S. Sens. Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth (D-Illinois) are asking for the federal government to take serious action against the company.
ArcelorMittal Steel Plant In Indiana Accused Of Manipulating Test Results In Wake Of Chemical SpillThe Indiana Department of Environmental Management said ArcelorMittal has made a practice of redoing tests that showed excessive levels of ammonia and cyanide, and using the new tests to replace those results
'Are You All Ready To Die Today?'; Joliet Man Who Killed 18-Month-Old Son Had Revoked FOID Card, But Never Surrendered His GunCassandra Tanner Miller did everything she was supposed to do after separating from her husband, but she said law enforcement, the Illinois National Guard, and the judicial system all let her down.
Two Men Identified As 'Persons Of Interest' In Connection With Crete Home Invasion, Murder Of Francisco ArandaInvestigators say they may be close to finally solving who killed Francisco Aranda, who was robbed, tied up and left for dead in the truck of his car with his terrified wife.
Navy Pier's New Year's Eve Preparations After Three Stabbings On Fourth Of JulyNavy Pier said it has not hired a new security firm since the debacle on the Fourth of July, but the facility added additional private security companies to the mix and learned some lessons from this summer.