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

  Tyronza community corn patch offers free corn to residents

  Domestic violence and sexual assault shelter making big impact in Cross County community

  Cross County High School office renovation creates safer entrance

  Local beef farmers see boom in business amid pandemic

  City Council approves rezoning for Southwest Drive ordinance

  New crossing arm adds safety at Tyronza railroad crossing

  Lake Poinsett renovations nearing completion

  Jonesboro Shooting Sports Complex Committee discusses partnership with private investor

  A-State Delta Center partners with Arkansas 30 Day Loan Fund to help small businesses

  Small theaters begin opening up after COVID-19 shutdown

  COVID-19 creates memorable commissioning ceremony

  HUB, CRDC partner to fight homelessness

  Harrisburg sees progress one month after tornado

  Harrisburg sets date to reopen city pool

  Craighead County voluntarily furloughs 120 employees

  Community members speak about wearing masks in public

Cross County School District holding individual graduations for seniors

  Wynne cheer tryouts held virtually due to COVID-19

  Mixed-use condominium approved by Jonesboro City Council

  FBI, other agencies crack down on COVID-19 scams

  Tyronza school continues tornado repair six months later

  Tyronza’s only restaurant open for takeout orders

  Sanitation department continues all pick up routes during coronavirus outbreak

  Locally-owned restaurants feeding community for free

  Local restaurants continue adjusting to COVID-19

  Families continue cleanup following Jonesboro tornado

  Contractors continue repairs 12 days after tornado

  Homeschool mom offers tips for learning at home

  Teens volunteer at food pantry, helping elderly and those in need

  Telemedicine helping patients, healthcare providers amid COVID-19 outbreak