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

  Founder of Sue’s Kitchen, Sue Williams, dies from COVID-19

Goodwill program provides new beginning for Jonesboro woman

  St. Bernards hosts Community Wellness Screening

Retired teacher demands change from state lawmakers

  Three injured after car crashes into medical office

  First Community Bank comes to Brookland

Adopting during the COVID-19 pandemic

  Man charged with death of construction worker on I-555 pleads not guilty

  A-State Food Pantry and Food Bank of NEA give back through USDA Coronavirus Food Assistance program

  Mission Outreach of Northeast Arkansas, Inc. hosts food distribution event

  Mom creates quarantine travels for kids

Students honor Calculus teacher after online AP exams

  Jackson County furloughs employees

  Special education students adapt to at-home learning

Children with autism face challenges during COVID-19 pandemic

  Recovery efforts continue on Southfield Drive in Harrisburg

  Family van given to tornado victims

  Jonesboro Municipal Airport hit hard during EF3 tornado

  Richard DuBose selected as February’s Teacher of the Month

  Living with grief: Roadside memorials

  Nettleton hosts Valentine’s Day silent brunch

  Marybeth Byrd’s journey on The Voice comes to an end at the semifinals

  Learning to “Engage”

  Region 8 honors area veterans

  Next step telemedicine proves life-saving

  Paragould hosts QuakeSmart Preparedness Workshop

  Jonesboro Police Department participates in Coffee with a Cop Day


  Oversight Integrity Council hears ideas for quality of life projects

  St. Bernards announces infant memorial program