Hannah Tiede

Hannah Tiede

Tucson

Hannah Tiede began her career in broadcast journalism in Canada and eventually made her way south, joining the KOLD News 13 team in the fall of 2019. She's thrilled to experience her first winter without snow that sticks around.

Hannah graduated from the Radio & Television program at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in 2016 and landed a job out of her practicum at Newcap TV in Lloydminster, Alberta.

Shortly after, she moved to the beautiful province of British Columbia to report, produce and anchor the 5 p.m. weather and the 6:30 newscast at CKPG TV in Prince George.

In 2017, Hannah’s love for adventure and taking on new opportunities took her to Rochester, Minnesota, where she immersed herself in the community. She covered everything from a presidential rally to blizzards during her time as a reporter and weekend anchor at KAAL TV.

The warm welcome from Tucson residents has blown Hannah away and she looks forward to getting to know the community, covering stories that matter to you.

If you have story ideas, Hannah would love to hear them!”

Contact Hannah

Email: htiede@kold.com


Recent Articles by Hannah

  Monsoon preparations underway as first round of storms on horizon

  Tucson council passes tentative budget amid calls to defund police

  Pima County Sheriff’s Department busy handing Bighorn Fire evacuations that affect more than 700

  Vigil honors Ingram-Lopez, many demanding change

  Following several poisonings, Arizona health officials issue warning about toxic contaminant found in some hand sanitizers

  TUSD considers removing school resource officers, police and parents weigh in

  Sahuarita not mandating face coverings, says they are encouraged

  Face coverings mandatory in public, Tucsonans respond

  Local restaurant returns to takeout only, experts say others may follow suit

  Tucson mayor to form advisory council on racial equity and justice

  Tucson City Council seeks public input on police-filming ordinance

City leaders explain ordinance after online backlash

  Drug seizures increase as Arizona reopens

  Tucson prosecutor, lawyers weigh in on charges laid in Floyd’s death

  Pima County works to ramp up contact tracing in the coming weeks

  Hundreds gather peacefully in Tucson to pay tribute to George Floyd

  Tucson leaders, police work quickly to enforce curfew; vigil rescheduled 1 hour earlier

  Arizona schools to resume classes in fall

  Tucson Unified School District board discusses cost of reopening following COVID-19

  Border restrictions affect Nogales businesses trying to recover from stay-at-home order

  Summer camps start Tuesday, some changes in store

  Fireman Robb hopes new tune helps prevent drownings, keeps spirits afloat

  Several Memorial Day services canceled as ceremonies move online

  Drive-in concert brings life back to Gaslight Music Hall

  Tucson parks, facilities to remain closed another three weeks

  Oro Valley business helping provide 1,000 ventilators to hospitals in Mexico

  Vail High School seniors honored at graduation parade

  Scorpion encounters on the rise with more people at home

  Some entertainment venues reopening soon, others holding off

  Many Arizonans short $600 on Monday’s unemployment payment