Hannah Tiede

Hannah Tiede


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

School districts look at remote learning start, date for in-person classes still up in the air

TUSD hopes to take a bite out of growing food debt

Sun Tran ends contract with Tucson police, implements new security measures

Beauty beyond bars: University of Arizona program helps showcase inmates’ artwork

Biopshere 2 reopens rainforest after drought research

Cleaning up washes drains county budget, pushes out homeless

Help for the homeless ahead of freezing temps overnight in Tucson

Christmas shoppers still dashing to cash register

Facebook group helps put alleged online sexual predators behind bars

Tucson city council takes stance on Migrant Protection Protocol

Creeping out coyotes: Game and Fish teams deter wildlife through Operation 'Yote Buster

Celebrating sobriety: Drug court grads look forward to new life


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Diplomats accuse Trump as impeachment hits Americans’ TVs