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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Brookland School District is still under investigation by Arkansas Legislative Audit as an investigation regarding missing items unfolds. Wednesday, school buses were brought to the attention of many.
As much of the nation watched the presidential and vice-presidential inauguration, many students watched the historical event either virtually, or in the classroom. But, unlike in years past, COVID and controversy prevented some schools from showing it.
In the Arkansas legislature, a bill has been filed that will – if approved by lawmakers – require those selling and purchasing catalytic converters to provide and require a lot of information and identification.