Katie Woodall

Katie Woodall

Reporter/Photographer

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

  Local VFW provides Thanksgiving meal for veterans, community members

  Jonesboro man recovers from COVID-19, asks community to follow guidelines

  Trumann School District pivots to blended learning due to quarantine numbers

  Speed limit officially increased on I-555

  “Freedom resolution” on agenda for Quorum Court meeting Monday

  CWL brings shopping spree wish to life

  Caraway receives large grant for water tower improvements

  Trumann adding new tornado sirens thanks to grant

  COVID-19 testing at the wrong time could lead to false results

Extension office offers free resources to keep kids active, healthy during pandemic

  Tyronza offering new online water bill payment option

  City of Trumann continues cleanup efforts

  Local nonprofit hopes to educate people on human trafficking, raise awareness

  Local business preps for first A-State home game during pandemic

  SCOTUS hears Arkansas case regulating PBMs

  Nation’s longest-running glider club flies in Cherry Valley

  Wynne adding multipurpose building, pavilion to sports complex

  St. Bernards possibly changing prenatal appointment guest policy

  New voter registration deadline approaching

  How to tell between sinus symptoms and COVID-19 symptoms

  Suicides, suicidal thoughts increase during pandemic

CASA adjusts to pandemic, needs volunteers

  Hickory Ridge cleaning up Hurricane Laura damage

  Marked Tree Schools receive almost $10,000 in donations for backpack program

  Hospitality industry sees decrease in revenue during pandemic

  Beef stakeholders discuss cattle industry in NEA

  Food Bank of NEA prepares for backpack program to start with school

  ARDOT holding virtual hearing on future I-57 project

  NEA Baptist gives face shields to local schools

  Cross County jail construction almost one month ahead of schedule