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

  Statewide error forces assessors to resend property values

  $25K coming to help fund Paragould festival

  Soccer boom in Greene County

  NEA District Fair 2019 gets underway

  Facility to better prepare first responders

  Museum honoring Hoxie’s role in integration of schools planned

  Kids’ Color Run helps community’s health through fitness

  Festival gets everyone downtown to Paragould

  Dogs and people hit the trail for annual ThumperThon

  Big trucks fascinate kids at Touch-A-Truck event

  Volunteers busy working to clean up Crowley’s Ridge State Park

  Group works to battle substance abuse, help people

  First responders honored with appreciation breakfast

  Prayer, unity in remembering 9/11 during event

  JPD reacts to failed sales tax proposal

  Safety for all on A-State’s campus

  New project in the works for Paragould School District

  Facility opens to help mental health

  Millions in funds for alternate transportation

  Running to keep families together, focus of event

  Dogs put on a show to help community

  Business, local church work together to support disc golf tournament

  Family, friends remember Felecia Channell

  Free family fun in the park

  Sidewalks line up with local vendors at arts and crafts fair

  Heaps of rice plates served as Rice Month kicks off

  Personal pickups for those in need sees increase in past few years

  Free services available for those with opioid addiction

  Voting high for Jonesboro sales tax proposal

  Van to bring health to rural Arkansas