Hannah Campbell joins the KAIT 8 news team as a multimedia journalist and reporter.
Hannah is a former award-winning radio reporter for WQAH 105.7 Big Country in Hartselle, Alabama. She earned two Alabama Broadcasters Association Awards, including the "2020 Best in Broadcasting Small Market Reporter" and "2020 Best in Broadcasting Small Market Public Affairs" awards.
Hannah is a 2020 graduate from the University of North Alabama, located in Florence, Alabama. There she founded the "Lions Live!" newscast, where she served as an anchor, reporter, and executive producer. She was also the president of the National Broadcasting Society. At the University of North Alabama, she earned the "University Hall of Fame," "Mass Communication Academic Achievement," and "Most Outstanding Broadcasting Student" awards. While at the University of North Alabama, she interned at WAFF 48 News in Huntsville, Alabama.
Hannah began her broadcasting career in 2016 at Calhoun Educational Television, located at Calhoun Community College in her hometown of Decatur, Alabama. She worked as a work-study employee and founded the Calhoun Broadcasting and Photography Club.
In Hannah's free time, you can probably find her at a local coffee shop or wandering through Target.
Hannah is honored to be part of the Region 8 News team. You can reach Hannah by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Several went to Easter services on Sunday, one of the busiest days for churches. That has some wondering, what do services look like now that Gov. Asa Hutchinson lifted the mask mandate? Kingdom Nation Church in Jonesboro had a full house, and masks were optional.
Over 200 people attended the Color Me Egg-Cited D.A.R.E. Run at Joe Mack Campbell Park on Saturday. Volunteers say it’s a great way to get outside, get some exercise, and teach kids the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.
After the shooting that left eight Asian women dead in Atlanta, that has some women in Arkansas feeling angry, sad, and afraid. Two Asian American women expressed their concerns and shared how you can be an advocate.
The potential threat of severe weather comes with the threat of flooding. The city of Jonesboro says they are doing everything within their budget to reduce flooding, but one homeowner in Hilltop says it’s not enough.
When asked what he had to say about the drug investigation, he responded, “No comment." When asked if he had anything to say to the teachers accusing him of harassment, he also responded with “No comment.”