Hannah Flood

Hannah Flood


Hannah is a full-fledged Minnesotan! When she’s not out covering a story, you’ll find her somewhere outdoors hiking, fishing or enjoying time by the water. She loves trying new restaurants, breweries and food trucks and exploring new places. When the cold Minnesota winter hits, she enjoys finding ways to stay active. 

After graduating from Champlin Park High School, Hannah spent two years at the University of Minnesota-Duluth before transferring to the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities to receive Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism.

Before coming to FOX 9, Hannah worked as a reporter and anchor in Madison, Wisconsin. While surviving living among avid Badger and Packer fans (she is an avid Gopher and Vikings fan), Hannah covered politics at the Wisconsin State Capitol, enjoyed covering stories at Wisconsin dairy farms and even survived eating the world’s stinkiest cheese, Limburger.

Hannah is enjoying living and working in the Twin Cities where she grew up. She enjoys covering stories that impact the people who live here or stories that teaches people about the interesting and inspiring things people in her community are doing.

Follow along with her on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter! Feel free to reach out to Hannah to give her tips about great hiking spots, delicious new restaurants or stories that you would like to see get covered!

The latest from Hannah Flood

Meet Minnesota State Fair's new CEO

This week Renee Alexander officially took over her new role as the CEO of the Minnesota State Fair. She becomes the first woman to run the fair and the first new CEO in nearly 30 years.

Minneapolis snow emergency: About 200 cars towed

About 200 cars were towed in Minneapolis Tuesday night into Wednesday morning during what was the city's first snow emergency of the season, according to the city's impound lot. 

Minnesota teen competing in pool world junior championships

Kennedy Meyman has been playing pool competitively since she was 11 years old. At 16, she’s getting ready to travel to Puerto Rico to play in the World Junior Championships and a chance to play in the women’s professional league.