Kirsten Pieri-May

Kirsten Pieri-May

Kirsten May began working at KAIT as a camera operator after graduating from Greene County Tech High School in 2013. She worked her way up at the station, holding positions as a graphics operator, associate producer, digital content producer, and news producer before becoming a multimedia journalist. Kirsten attended Arkansas State University where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Multimedia Journalism. She graduated Magna Cum Laude in Dec. 2016. During college, she produced shows for ASU TV and wrote for The Herald. She also anchored and reported for ASU TV News her final semester. She is excited to be able to tell stories about the area she grew up in. If you have a story idea, you can email her at Copyright 2017 KAIT. All rights reserved. Watch Region 8 News On Demand: On your Desktop | On your Mobile device Region 8 News App - Install or update on your: iPhone | Android

Recent Articles by Kirsten

  Independence Co. to eliminate residential recycling pickup

  Watermelon Festival committee creates scholarship for young farmers

  Farmers expecting good year for cotton

  Number of foster children down, specific home needs still not met

Courthouse preservation grant used to make bathrooms accessible

  City building monument to honor veterans

  Cave City watermelon growers warn against knockoffs

  Pyrotechnics crew spends days preparing for Freedom Fest

  World War II veteran honored at annual Piggott Picnic and Homecoming

  New mosquito eradicator flying off store shelves

Traffic light to be removed following ARDOT traffic study

  Strong business growth continues on Caraway Road

Land purchase, annexation possibility discussed at Cave City Council meeting

  Mayor hopes park improvements boost tourism

  New board president hopes fair revitalization draws large crowd

  Social media causes problems in local child abuse case

  Police issue warning after multiple huffing incidents over weekend

  Independence County moves to state's top incentive tier by AEDC

Jonesboro's Longest Concert raises money for Alzheimer's Association

New committee to lead redevelopment push

2018 mosquito season expected to be long

Jonesboro's Longest Concert raises money for Alzheimer's Association

Woman's business shows success of chamber program

Arkansas's newest town breaks ground for city hall

Firefighters train for wearing gear in water

New train attraction added to Batesville lights display

Ordinance proposed to change city council member terms

Sheriff requests traffic study to determine safety of Corning Y

Jailer shortage puts strain on departments' budgets

Community service changes at jail to affect trash, recycling pickup