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.

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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.

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October 5, 2017, NBC15 News at 11

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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.