Hannah Flood Bio, Age, Married, Career And NBC 15 News

Hannah Flood Biography

Hannah Flood is an American journalist who joined NBC 15 News as a Multimedia Journalist and reporter. She now works as an anchor of The Morning Show.

She was born in the Twin Cities and grew her roots in Madison. She used to visit her family’s cabin in Nothern Wisconsin and she feels at home working at Wisconsin.

She attended the University of Minnesota’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication and graduated in December 2015. She is a big Minnesota sports fan. She enjoys watching sporting sports events when she is not in the newsroom.

Hannah Flood Age

Information about her age will be updated soon. She was born in the Twin Cities and grew her roots in Madison.

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Hannah Flood Married

She is married to Chris Flood.

Hannah Flood Net Worth

Her Net Worth is still under review.

Hannah Flood Career | Hannah Flood NBC 15 News

She joined NBC 15 News in January 2016. In her career, she received the 2018 Wisconsin Technical College District Boards Association Media Award.

The award was as a result of her report showing how schools partner with manufacturers and how they train their employees to fill high-tech workforce needs. She was an intern at KARE 11 News located in Minneapolis and also KSTP 5 Eyewitness News located in St. Paul.

She also has interned at WDIO-TV in Duluth. She also gained lots of experience when she was an intern at the Minnesota State Capitol in the spring of 2015.


News Reporter
Company Name KMSP-TV
Dates Employed Jul 2019 – Present
Employment Duration 2 mos
Location Twin Cities, MN

I’m hitting the road to tell stories across the state for Fox9! What’s yours?

Morning News Anchor
Company Name WMTV NBC 15
Dates Employed Jan 2016 – Jun 2019
Employment Duration 3 yrs 6 mos
Location Madison, Wisconsin Area

In June of 2018, I started a new adventure at NBC15 as an anchor on The Morning Show! We flipped the show on its head and decided to try a new format. More news, more of what’s happening now and more of what you can expect for your day. That’s why we use the hashtag #WakeUpToMore.

Joining The Morning Show has been an incredible experience. We’ve been able to experiment with on-air/digital cross-promotion, fresh formats and new ways to use technology and our state of the art studio to deliver the latest news. As an anchor, I’ve taken on a leadership role in making sure our morning show culture encourages experimentation, focuses on breaking news and what our viewers have told us they want to see!

Even though I’ve taken on an anchoring role, I am still covering stories as a MultiMedia Journalist. As an “MMJ” I do it all. Find stories, shoot and edit video, interview and report. I am a general assignment reporter and cover everything from Wisconsin politics, to breaking news, to human interest stories. I have a passion for telling stories through images and sharing what’s happening in people’s communities.

News Intern
Company Name KARE 11
Dates Employed Sep 2015 – Dec 2015
Employment Duration 4 mos
Location Golden Valley, MN

For the first time this semester, KARE11 is working with the University of Minnesota as part of the School of Journalism’s practicum program. This has given me the opportunity to work as an intern at KARE, a TEGNA company.

At KARE, I follow reporters and learn how they gather information, video, interviews and everything else necessary to put together news packages every day. While working with these reporters, I gain experience out in the field while communicating with other professionals back in the newsroom.

I also assist in helping with special projects within the KARE brand. I conduct research, work with photographers to gather interviews and attend meetings to help put together cohesive news stories and broadcasts.

I’m also able to practice some of my own reporting experience at KARE. I practice stand-ups, writing my own news stories and using Edius and ENPS to put them all together. I’m also able to help write news stories for the web at KARE.com.

Working at KARE has been such an amazing opportunity. Gaining experience within such a reputable brand has given me a whole new insight into the future and possibilities of broadcast news.

Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc
Company Name Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc
Total Duration 1 yrs 7 mos
Title Writer
Dates Employed Jun 2015 – Sep 2015
Employment Duration 4 mos
Location Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area

Working overnight to prepare for morning newscasts, I write local, national and international broadcast content, I work in a fast-paced environment, where you have to adjust to developing information quickly. I help gather information and research stories while helping morning producers create their newscasts.

I assist in producer roles by creating banners and graphics, formatting technical commands and writing content in several different broadcast formats. I’ve learned to use ENPS and other newsgathering software as part of my daily tasks. In this position, my work significantly contributes to newscasts and I work closely with several different departments of the news team.

Title Political News Intern
Dates Employed Jan 2015 – May 2015
Employment Duration 5 mos
Location KSTP-TV Minneapolis/St.Paul

As a political news intern I work at the Minnesota State Capitol helping Tom Hauser, channel 5 political reporter, gather information for news content.

I attend meetings, understand the legislative process, interview subjects for stories and inform producers of news happening in Minnesota legislature. This position has given me experience in understanding the legislative process and how it applies to Minnesotan’s daily lives. See less

T Lee Custom Jewelry
Management Assistant, Marketing Coordinator
Company Name T Lee Custom Jewelry
Dates Employed May 2014 – Dec 2014
Employment Duration 8 mos
Location 509 1/2 First Ave. NE Minneapolis, MN

T Lee is a fine, designer custom jeweler with a studio and workshop in the heart of Northeast Minneapolis. I have been working for T Lee for several years as an event employee, helping with events where rare gemstone brokers and cutters present materials for sale to customers.

In May 2014 I took on a larger role at T Lee, working as an assistant to her Showroom Manager, leading several marketing projects, and creating content for the store’s social media pages. At T Lee I work closely with Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Access. I handle gemstone inventory, customer appointments, and day-to-day store operations. See less

Granite City Food & Brewery
Company Name Granite City Food & Brewery
Dates Employed Mar 2014 – Sep 2014
Employment Duration 7 mos
Location Roseville, Minnesota

I work in customer service, ensuring that every guest has a positive experience. Using teamwork and communication to work as a team with fellow co-workers is vital in my position. Have a great understanding of restaurant functions makes day-to-day tasks move smoothly. I am required to answer all guests questions in a fast-paced work environment.

The Local
Company Name The Local
Dates Employed Jun 2013 – Nov 2013
Employment Duration 6 mos
Location Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area

While working at The Local I gained experience working in a chaotic downtown location. The fast-paced environment helped me learn to work efficiently and carefully. Working with fellow employees and customers first hand on day-to-day has made me a better communicator.

Hubbard Broadcasting
Company Name Hubbard Broadcasting
Dates Employed Jan 2013 – May 2013
Employment Duration 5 mos
Location WDIO-WIRT Duluth, Minnesota

While interning at WDIO I learned about the broadcast news industry first hand. Working in this sized market gave me the opportunity to work closely with reporters, photographers, producers, directors, and other staff at the station. I gained experience writing, interviewing, filming, producing, and doing fieldwork both independently and along with side professionals in the industry.

Blackwoods Bar and Grill
Company Name Blackwoods Bar and Grill
Dates Employed Nov 2012 – May 2013
Employment Duration 7 mos
Location Duluth, Minnesota Area

Working at Blackwoods taught me how to work in a high-stress environment. Serving 200 or more guests per day has helped me learn great customer service. Communicating with both guests and fellow employees has shown me how to emerge as a leader while learning from others.

Granite City Food & Brewery
Company Name Granite City Food & Brewery
Dates Employed Apr 2010 – Aug 2011
Employment Duration 1 yrs 5 mos
Location Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area

Being a hostess at Granite City gave me the skills to work well with others under stressful conditions. Being a coordinator at the host stand meant that I was in charge of 2 to 3 employees at a time and was responsible for controlling the incoming guests. Managing the waitlist, answering customer’s questions, and taking the lead during busy business hours has made me a hard-working and focused employee.

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October 5, 2017, NBC15 News at 11

Flood Article

Former Pardeeville school bus driver charged with sexually assaulting girls on a bus

Source; nbc15.com

by Hannah Flood

According to court documents, 74-year-old Gary Edwards, a bus driver for the Pardeeville School District in Columbia County, inappropriately touched several young girls while they were riding the school bus.

Edwards had his initial appearance in court on Monday. He is being held on a $10,000 bond. He is charged with two counts of First Degree Child Sexual Assault for Sexual Contact with a Child Under the Age of 13.

According to a criminal complaint, in May of 2017, an 11-year-old girl told a Columbia County Sheriff’s deputy that Edwards inappropriately touched her. She told investigators he “is always trying to hug the girls on the bus.” She said Edwards also tries to give candy to other girls on the bus.

Nearly two years later, on Jan. 2 of this year, court documents say an eight-year-old girl told investigators Edwards made her feel unsafe. She said Edwards had been giving her cookies and candy since she was in kindergarten and now she was in second grade.

According to court documents, the girl told investigators Edwards lets her and a seven-year-old girl sits on his lap when he opens the bus door. She said when she does this, Edwards inappropriately touches her and it makes her uncomfortable. She said it happened often.

Police talked to the seven-year-old girl who confirmed with investigators, according to court documents, that when she sits on Edwards’ lap, he touches her inappropriately.

According to court documents, during an interview with a social worker, the eight-year-old girl said Edwards tells her not to tell her parents that he gives her candy because they could get in trouble.

On Jan. 4, according to court documents, a detective spoke to Edwards. Edwards told the investigator he “retired from bus driving today” but used to drive the bus for the Pardeeville Schools.

According to court documents, he told investigators he did let the two girls have special seating on the bus and gave them candy. He also told investigators he let them sit on the seat between his legs. He claimed it was possible he touched them as they were getting in and out of his seat.

Edwards due back in court on May 22.

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