Destiny Quinn

Destiny Quinn

Anchor/Multimedia Journalist

Jonesboro, Arkansas

Destiny Quinn is a homegrown talent that works as the weekend anchor and a multimedia journalist for KAIT. This Jonesboro native is graduate of Jonesboro High School and Arkansas State University.

Destiny is passionate about storytelling, community issues and of course, the Red Wolves. She graduated from Arkansas State University with her Master's degree in Media Management and completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Multimedia Journalism.

Destiny anchored newscasts for ASU-TV and was a member of the Red Wolves Dancers for four years in college. She held the titles of Miss Arkansas State University, Miss Greater Jonesboro, Miss Northeast Arkansas and placed in the "Top 10" twice at the Miss Arkansas Scholarship pageant.

In Destiny’s free time, she enjoys taking care of her golden doodle, "Charlie," and spending time with friends and family.


Recent Articles by Destiny

  Jonesboro firefighters fill the boot in support of muscular dystrophy

  St. Bernards hosts neighborhood screening

  Officers fight to stop accidents on the tracks

  2019 Rutledge Retiree Resources visits Jonesboro

  Special report: A life without food

  A-State celebrates Earth Day

  Pinwheel Ceremony supports kids who are victims of abuse

  Law Enforcement Training Academy’s Memorial Wall Groundbreaking Ceremony

  2019 Women’s Business Leadership Conference held at A-State

  Arkansas State University student fails to get past first obstacle on American Ninja Warrior

  New location for Abilities Unlimited

Doctors say shapewear isn’t good for you

Spring break travel tips

  Brookland Elementary School student’s wish came true

  New business hopes to close race gap

Home security systems cut down on crime

New technology for the NICU

Woman’s weight loss journey inspires others

'Bleisure’ lets millennials combine business and leisure

Alzheimer’s treatment offers hope

  Motivational speaker Toby Daughtery visits Black River Technical College

Canine comfort proves to be effective

Miss University of Arkansas Raegan Snell is from Jonesboro

Valentine’s Day spending could break record

  It only takes one shot

Preschool yoga

Soldier surprises his two daughters at a Missouri school

Monitoring micro and macronuturients can lead to a sustainable diet for a lifetime

  Race for the Cure Press Conference

Mayor delivers State of the City Address