Laura Gunter

Laura Gunter

Laura Gunter began her career at KAIT in 1995 as a Production Assistant in Operations.  After a year, she transferred to the News Department as an Associate Producer.  In this position she says she had the privilege of working one on one with some of the best people in the business.  During that time, she enhanced her writing and editing skills while establishing contacts with community leaders. In 1997 she became a Photojournalist for KAIT and has worked in that position ever since. While working full time at KAIT, she also graduated from A-State with a Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast News. Laura loves the community she gets to both live and work in.  She enjoys being someone others can count on for information and help. Laura is grateful every day for the family she has at home, and the one she works with every day.

Recent Articles by Laura

  Brookland school’s out but street crews are in for work

  Brookland firefighters get new gear, pumper truck

Northeast Arkansas students are assembling their future

Summer camp opens doors, minds for future programmers

  Community gathers to celebrate three outstanding officers

  Mural springs up in community garden

Company filling empty bellies with donation to food bank

  Dick Clay scholarship presented

  Triathlete swept off her feet at competition

Jason Aldean Gator Giveaway to benefit food banks

Fire department gets major firefighting tool

  Partnership to provide medical experience to students

Raising awareness to travel safety

ASU awarded $450,000 grant

Artwork helps animals

Santa Claus is coming to town to read to children

Bank collecting toys for kids

Music feeds the hungry in Northeast Arkansas

  Deer bursts through courthouse window

Keeping kids healthy through technology

Mrs. Claus comes to Jonesboro

Ways to avoid the “turkey coma” during the holidays

City receives over $25 million grant for overpass

Groundbreaking device helps treat irregular heartbeat

  Christmas spirit on ASU’s campus

Police chase leads officers from one city to another

Local library promotes understanding Alzheimer’s

Women’s group fights to encourage education

Medical students participate in health policy

Region 8 residents can help their neighbors