Miranda Reynolds

Miranda Reynolds


Jonesboro, Arkansas

Miranda Reynolds is now a part of the KAIT news team working as both a reporter and producer. She has lived in Arkansas her entire life. She is a graduate of McCrory Schools and graduated from Arkansas State University with a bachelor's degree in Multimedia Journalism.

Miranda has earned two awards for her work during her time at A-State, given by the Society of Professional Journalists – Arkansas Pro Chapter.

Miranda was born and raised in Woodruff County. Inspired to help her local community, she published Wild & Wonderful Woodruff County, a promotional magazine, during the fall of 2018.

Miranda's hobbies include spending time with friends and family and playing with her beagle named Bella.

You may reach Miranda at mreynolds@raycommedia.com.

Recent Articles by Miranda

  Paragould community helps family after fire

  Turn lanes to help with traffic near Brookland School District

  Avoiding rust on vehicles following winter weather

  CWL’s preparedness kept lights on

  Warming shelter in Paragould hopes to help many

  Jonesboro’s road plans and how neighborhoods will be affected

  Group discusses outdoor pet safety tips and laws

  Efforts continue to rid what’s left of ice storm, preps continue for Monday’s snow

  Weather-related crashes tie up 911 emergency lines

  Chainsaws roar as ice inches closer in the forecast

  HUB adds third day to feed homeless population

  A new spot in town features sweet treats and cats

  Homeless man’s fortune changes

  Sophie’s library hopes to see new visitors

  “Booms” being heard in region, officials talk with state authorities

  University students to work with produce business

  New ordinance will affect how homes are built in Paragould

  Road improvement project to benefit city, county

  Questions continue over Brookland School District, this time on school buses

  NEA participating in national event to count homeless population

  The show will go on at Collins Theatre

  Farmer’s market plans to open this season

  Business’s 50th anniversary began with a ‘leap of faith’

  Pregnancy resource center expands to Paragould

  Teacher explains why inauguration wasn’t shown in every classroom

  Jonesboro pharmacies can’t begin Phase 1-B; no vaccines delivered

  Catalytic converter thefts pushing lawmakers to take action

  4-lane highway expansion will change several business fronts

  K-9’s death sparks legislative work

  Group works to educate people on human trafficking issue