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

  Students wanting to give back to troops for the Christmas season

  Students love the teacher’s pet

  4,000 books given to third graders to encourage reading

  Artists needed for downtown restoration

  Fire station construction underway to better serve the city

  City to raise fees for home and business owners

AGFC updates community on Lake Poinsett renovations

Salvation Army serves as a warming shelter as temperatures fall

  Make-A-Wish revealed; wish unselfishly given to community

  Mold growth forces fire department to relocate

  BRTC receives $250k from grant money; students to benefit

  City reacts to Jonesboro Police Department’s needs

  Homeless shelter receives $200,000 in grants

  Concern over ambulance service expansion

  BRTC flood mitigation costing $1.3 million

  Arkansas receives an “F” for premature birth rates, Missouri a “D+”

  Organization works to promote academic success in African American students

  Captain retires after 32 years in law enforcement

  Tyronza united for tornado and for Halloween

  New “Ma’am Mobile” equipped with technology to detect cancer sooner

  Donations needed ahead of colder weather

  Jonesboro adds first SkyCop to Cedar Heights

State agency to hold event for apprenticeships

  Rehabilitation program struggles to get patients to appointments

  First day of class since EF1 tornado hits school

  Elementary school structurally sound, kids return Monday

  JPD will help get rid of your unwanted drugs

  20 local nonprofits receive thousands of dollars

  Kids get hands-on and active at ASU Museum’s STEM Fest

  Club works to place kids’ park downtown