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

  County sees large number of accidents, as tourism season continues

  Cave City looks to upgrade park with grant funding from state

  Cave City offers new program for senior citizens

  Local school works to keep kids excited about reading over summer

  Team Jonesboro proposal moves forward, Johnson Ave. renaming resolution tabled

  $200,000 grant aimed at helping with opioid crisis

  Community holds annual Juneteenth celebration

  Golf Tournament raises over $19,000 for new scholarship

  Several new businesses come to Sharp County

  Warrant issued in Walnut Ridge burglary cases, police chief says

  Local task force trains search and rescue dogs on own time, money

  Rector Community Museum to hold healthy eating classes

  Arkansas State University increases tuition for all campuses

  Wings of Honor Museum in need of volunteers

  Hoxie Schools starting K-12 online academy

  Local bikers ask drivers to “look twice”

  Corning School District looks at months of repairs after storm damage

  The Wall That Heals makes stop in Region 8

  Spring River area expecting thousands over holiday weekend

  Saturdays on the Square returns to Cherokee Village

  $8,000 donation buys new vests for police department

  Favorite Jonesboro restaurant officially reopens

  Hoxie adds Code Enforcement Officer position

  Hoxie looks at land for new city park

  Popsicle drive benefits JPD community policing

  Ravenden restores raven statue

  ArDOT holds public meeting on Highway 412 planning study

  Overflowing rivers push 9-foot alligator into Northeast Arkansas

  Barry Don Weyer scholarship fully funded

  Blood drive “battle” benefits everyone