Adam Jones

Adam Jones

Multimedia Journalist

Jonesboro, Arkansas

Adam currently lives in Jonesboro but is an Izard County native or what he refers to as, “God’s Country.” He graduated from Melbourne High School and was very active in high school playing basketball, golf, and cross country.

Adam was in several clubs throughout high school and was also selected to represent Mr. MHS of his school.

Adam decided communications was the best field for him to pursue in college because he enjoyed talking and listening to others.

After interning at KAIT for a summer grade, the assistant news director decided to take a chance on Adam and offered him a part-time position.

After nearly a year of hard work and dedication, Adam launched on air as the morning Alert Center reporter. Since then, he’s moved up into his current position as a full-time reporter.

Adam is a proud father and loves spending time with his little girl as well as his niece and nephew.

His hobbies include running, fishing, hunting, basketball, golf, and of course, family time. He can be reached at

Recent Articles by Adam

  St. Bernards, NEA Baptist offering antibody to treat COVID-19

  Jonesboro native tells story of “Living the Dream: Memphis Wrestling” in new book

  Hospital honors law enforcement with breakfast on 9-11

  Izard Co. man arrested for having $44k worth of meth

  Jonesboro schools ready for school year amid COVID-19 pandemic

  NEA Baptist breaks ground on new clinic

New findings released in 2018 duck boat incident

  Enjoying the outdoors while social distancing

  Surge in new gun ownership training

  Breakfast fundraiser helps bus crash victims

  Region 8 honors area veterans

  Raiders help community during Homecoming Week

  2 JHS students score perfect on ACT

  Schools ramp up safety after threats of school shooting

  Community, family honor fallen Stone County deputy

  Community raises thousands of dollars for sheriff battling cancer

  Foster Closet needs donations for kids in need

  After financial uncertainty, private school says it will stay open

  Greene County officially becomes storm ready

  Young men and women come together for Special Olympics

  Elementary student steps up for kids in need

  Middle school students serve breakfast to law enforcement

JPD searching for alleged debit card thief