Hannah Wiegand

Morning News Producer

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hwiegand@wluctv6.com

Morning News Producer

School: Northern Michigan University
Hometown: Davisburg, Michigan

Hannah started at TV6 this year in early April, she is majoring in Multimedia Journalism and just ended her junior year of college. She interned at ABC10 up here last summer; following that she spent time with the university’s newspaper as an editor.

Hannah spent 4 years as a competitive swimmer in her high school days at Holly High School. Looking into the future, her plans are to become a news anchor and to work her way up to New York to hopefully join the Fox News team.

During her free time, she loves sleeping, running, going to the beach (on those rare hot U.P. days), cooking and alongside that, eating. She loves meeting people, but most of all she loves producing the news and picking out what the community is going to hear about as they are waking up to start their day!


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NBC News Headlines

10 Sailors Missing After USS John S. McCain Collides With Merchant Ship

The collision between the USS John S. McCain and a merchant vessel was being treated as an accident, authorities told NBC News.

Mother of Spain Terror Suspect Says 'Go to the Police'

The mother of Younes Abouyaaqoub, 22, said she doesn't want others to be killed.

Attacks Throw Spotlight on Spain's Muslim 'Parallel Societies'

Streets away from the deadly Barcelona attack, feelings are running high among Muslims in the El Raval neighborhood amid concerns over extremism in Catalonia.

'The Hitman's Bodyguard' Slays 'Logan Lucky' at Box Office

The two action flicks faced off this weekend, and "The Hitman's Bodyguard" emerged the victor with a chart-topping $21.6 million, according to studio estimates.

'Dark and Disturbing': University Duo Killed Man as Part of Sex Fantasy, Prosecutors Say

The July slaying of a man allegedly at the hands of two university staffers was a part of a twisted sexual fantasy that began online, prosecutors said Sunday.