Jurnee Taylor

Jurnee Taylor

Multimedia Journalist

Jonesboro, Arkansas

Jurnee Taylor is originally from Little Rock, Arkansas and she won't let you forget it! She joins us from WMC Action News 5 in Memphis, TN where she worked her way up from intern to ENG operator.

Her love for journalism began at Little Rock Central High School where her teacher let her start her own show called “Jurnee Through Central.” While the show was poorly produced; she couldn’t escape the feeling of wanting to keep those around her connected through story-telling.

She graduated from the University of Memphis with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. She also advanced her studies by studying abroad in Germany at The University of Mainz Journalism School.

She is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She owns a turtle named “Panny B” and in their spare time, they like to watch their favorite show “Cops.” She enjoys traveling and living by the quote, “If it won’t matter in five years, don’t spend more than five minutes on it.”

Please feel free to contact her at jtaylor@kait8.com with story ideas, comments and concerns.


Recent Articles by Jurnee

  Five Guys back to serving burgers and fries after tornado

  First week of early voting coming to an end

  Grandparents praise Newport man performing on NBC’s The Voice

  The HUB expresses concerns over health and upcoming months

  Camfil announces new facility, location after hit by March tornado

  Freedom resolution fails before reaching city council

Jonesboro City Council covers capital investments and private permits

  Blytheville man details his experience working the 2020 NBA Bubble

  Northeast Arkansas officials preparing for possible COVID-19 surge

  FBI: 'Stay at home’ orders may contribute to uptick in child porn cases

  Jonesboro mayoral candidates participate in forum weeks before election

  Impending storm and COVID awareness threatens softball tournament

  Inside Look: How one school district is keeping students safe in pandemic

  Westside School Board covers expansion, resignation and hires

  Newport woman turns 88 four days after recovering from COVID

  'It’s very quiet here’: Lyon College planning return following all-virtual fall

  More than half of residents test positive at Batesville nursing facility

  Single mother uses self-sufficient program to better her life and future

  Jonesboro apartments left untouched since March 28 Tornado

  Remembering Bill Keedy

  Evangelist pushes virtual visitation for inmates in Craighead Co. Detention Center

  Canceled A-State game puts damper on Homecoming

  Newport virtual football ticket sales presents challenges

  Last living person to live in Powhatan Historic State Park cabin dies

  City Youth Ministries provides a place of ‘normalcy’ during virtual learning

  Community comes together to show love to attacked teen

  Independence County school districts face challenges of finding substitutes

  Dyess Fire Chief resigns after allegations of injuring Keiser teen on four-wheeler

  Mother and teen with developmental disabilities address attack caught on camera

  A-State officials calling on the “Pack” to be responsible over holiday weekend