Bryan McCormick

Bryan McCormick


Jonesboro, Arkansas

Bryan McCormick was raised in the heart of Buffalo Island in Caraway, Arkansas. He graduated from Riverside High School in 2005, Arkansas Northeastern College in 2007 and then Mississippi State University in 2011.

Bryan's degree in broadcast meteorology helped launch his television career as a weatherman both here at KAIT and KFVS. He's now back home behind the anchor desk alongside Tiffany Neely, five days a week, on Good Morning Region 8.

Bryan has a wife and two children who all reside in Paragould. He is a musician and die-hard Bulldogs fan.

Recent Articles by Bryan

  Chilly but Quiet Early-Week

Brookland elementary students help grant Disney World wish

Trimming the risk of pesticides in your produce

Cryotherapy freezes eye cancer in its tracks

Air Force training high schoolers to fly

Recent tariffs will increase cost of homebuilding, remodeling

Modern couples embracing cash wedding registries

Nursing students sharpen skills with virtual reality

Eggs may be good for you after all, doctors say

Craighead Electric “flips the switch” to power homes with sunlight

  Nettleton honors Constitution Day with U.S. Congressman

Pickup truck prices up 48% in last decade

  JPS students showcase academics in ‘take your elected official to school’ day

Turn & burn: tariffs easing food costs on some restaurants

Supergirl’s money-saving powers to help both adults and kids

Prostate cancer curable if caught early

Parents aim to limit ‘Fortnite’ during school year

Rattlesnake venom may fight cancer

Offsetting solar panel costs

Anxiety may be contagious, doctors caution

New app tracks blood loss during birth

Doctors ponder hypnosis as an opioid alternative

  NWS surveys tornado damage in Greene County

  Hytrol unveils new Tech Center

Boxing trainers help punch out Parkinson's Disease

Tech discounts to help college students face back-to-school costs

Canning industry feels weight of new aluminum tariffs

New drug promises to prevent migraine headaches

Plan ahead to take "caregiver fatigue" out of senior care

Overnight thunderstorms overwhelm drainage systems, force school closures