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

  Speed limit lowered on stretch of Hwy. 412 in Highland

  School clothing closet in need of winter donations

  New A-State program helps students with intellectual disabilities transition into college

  Cities work together to bring double the Christmas cheer to parade

  Habitat for Humanity finishes 21st home, gives keys to new homeowner

  Walnut Ridge looking for park committee volunteers

  Local Eagle Scout creates drop-off for retired American flags

  Over 500 veterans honored at annual luncheon

  Jonesboro A&P Commission approves funding for over 30 organizations

  ‘Novemberfest’ celebrates city’s history

  Black Rock Main Street adds pocket park downtown

  A-State receives feedback for next strategic plan

  Attorney General holds annual county roundtable

  Local animal rescue needs help fostering dogs during intake hold

  Nucor Steel Arkansas opens specialty cold mill complex

  Walnut Ridge City Council votes to remove tennis courts from park

  New public safety fee for E-911 starts this month

  Lawrence County E-911 transitioning to digital

  Grant for broadband improvements could help infrastructure

  NEA Game Fest benefits The Children’s Shelter

  Diego Ranch hosts Halloween fundraiser

  Officer dances with girl, leaves inspired by her story

  Region 8 organizations help Marshallese women involved in illegal adoption scheme

  Greene County Tech adds third SRO

  Homeowners voice concerns about property rezoning

  Over 400 volunteer for Day of Caring

  A-State students participate in global climate strike

  Congressman Rick Crawford talks impeachment, Japan trade deal

  Cherokee Village brings Oktoberfest to NEA

  Highland School District to expand middle school