Melissa Egan

From the Sunshine State, Melissa grew up in Cooper City, a suburb of Fort Lauderdale.


Melissa got her degree in telecommunications from the University of Florida in Gainesville.


Before making her way out west after graduation, Melissa spent time working in athletics at The Citadel Military College in Charleston, South Carolina. That is where she transitioned to producing in the Lowcountry at WCSC.


From Charleston, Melissa made a stop in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, where she reported around the Pine Belt for WDAM.


Melissa is excited to call southern Arizona home. When she is not at the station, you can find Melissa spending time outdoors, exploring new restaurants and breweries, getting an iced coffee and in the fall, cheering on her Florida Gators every Saturday.


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Recent Articles by Melissa

Last meals served at longtime Tucson restaurant, for now

Tucson Women’s March organizers respond to criticism before event

TUSD puts efforts to teach immigrant teens at Southwest Key on hold

Shutdown not slowing down operations at Tucson International Airport

“It is well beyond time” Former state senator optimistic for hands-free future in Arizona

Inmate at Pima County Jail charged in south side murder

Campaign launched to make Tucson the first sanctuary city in Arizona

Local attorney pitches Tucson to Oakland Raiders for 2019 season

Furloughed family finding options during shutdown, to help with resource fair

High school ref fired after allegedly asking Tucson team for green cards

Tucson federal corrections officer reacts to President Trump’s speech on border wall, shutdown

APPROVED: Tucson family’s fight to bury loved one in historic cemetery is over

Denied: Tucson family will continue to fight to bury relative at historic cemetery

Tucson families struggling through government shutdown

ONLY ON KOLD: Tucson family fights to have loved one buried in historic cemetery

Neighbors concerned over proposed plans for Catalina vineyard

Salvation Army keeps doors open for Operation Deep Freeze as cold weather continues

Sugar Skulls getting ready to take to the turf in Tucson

Roadrunners put hockey sticks in the hands of Tucson students

Visitors disappointed to see the impact of the partial government shutdown at Saguaro National Park