Katie Woodall

Katie Woodall


Jonesboro, Arkansas

Katie Woodall is from the small town of Bauxite, AR. She graduated from Bauxite High School in 2013 and moved to Jonesboro, where she found her love of telling stories at Arkansas State University. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Multimedia Journalism in May of 2018.

Katie interned with Region 8 in the summer of 2017 and is very excited to be joining the Region 8 News Team.

In her down time, Katie loves spending time with her family and friends, going to Craighead Park with her dog Jax, and travelling.

If you have any story ideas you want to share with Katie, let her know at kwoodall@kait8.com.

Recent Articles by Katie

  VFW post funds new computer lab, other projects with grant

  Harrisburg to enforce code citations following city-wide cleanup

  Local groups, cities celebrate Earth Day with cleanup events

  Bill passes to keep Pine Tree Research Station land open to public

  Mall at Turtle Creek employees reflect on tornado; city talks progress

  Indy Health Care Insurance closing, beneficiaries to find new coverage

  Bills move forward in fight to keep Pine Tree Research Station public

  Teacher accused of taping students to desks facing termination hearing

The Arkansas Fund helps local business stay afloat as pandemic continues

  NEA Mayor’s Caucus, A-State and Jonesboro coalition announced at State of the City

  Heavy rain, winter weather causing uprooted trees

  Flood plain study first step in fixing drainage issues

  City continues disagreement over plans, funding for new fire station

  Pothole truck helps city fix issues more efficiently after winter weather

Bill to allow immigrant students access to state scholarships passes house

  Students create QR code scavenger hunt for Black History Month

  New fire station proposal has city leaders, citizens at crossroads

Propuesta permitiría a los estudiantes inmigrantes acceder a becas estatales

  NEA Jeep Club helps others stuck in snow

  Protecting pipes from winter weather now the focus

  Ordinance on Jonesboro ward position voting headed to full council next week

  Bill aims to stop sale of Pine Tree Experiment Station to private entity

  COVID cases trending down, officials concerned new variants could cause spike

  CASA in need of volunteers for 100 foster kids

  New city positions aim to help in responsiveness, productivity

  Jonesboro mayor reflects on first month in office

  Nettleton teacher opens mini bookstore following March tornado

  Schools partner on solar project, use sheep to maintain fields

  COVID survivor warns of virus dangers

  Teachers, students discuss U.S. Capitol riot