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Megan Frank/WLVT

Megan Frank is an award-winning and Emmy-nominated multimedia reporter. She covers technology, science and the environment for WLVR. Megan has worked on a variety of projects at PBS39, including the award-winning weekly news program PBS39 News Tonight, the digital literacy series Tech Takeover, the documentary Food Waste in the Valley, and Stop The Violence, an award-winning series about teen violence and gang recruitment. Recently, she wrote and produced the short film, The Future Is Female: Women, Space and NASA, which focused on the role women play in America’s space program. A native Philadelphian, Megan kicked off her career as an intern and freelancer for The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News and She has worked at WHYY in Philadelphia and WGAL-TV in Lancaster, Pa. She’s a fan of black coffee and beatnik poetry. In her spare time, you can find her working in her garden or playing tug of war with her super mutt, Rocky.

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Latest by Megan Frank/WLVT

Monarch butterflies are endangered but you can help

Lehigh Valley conservationists are tracking the population drop of one of the most recognizable butterflies in North America.

By Megan Frank/WLVT

Abortion issues could cause Lehigh County to part ways with Wells Fargo

Lehigh County officials are considering divesting from Wells Fargo and Co. due to the bank’s donations to politicians who oppose abortion rights.

By Megan Frank/WLVT

Rodale Institute will invest $3 million Pa. grant to build organic farming research center

Pennsylvania is investing a few million dollars in organic farming research in the region.

By Megan Frank/WLVT