Miranda Reynolds

Miranda Reynolds

Producer/MMJ

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

  Museum partners with Hispanic Center to preserve history

  Local nonprofit bounces back after closure to pandemic for six weeks

  Veteran carries flag throughout Arkansas, spreading unity

  New director takes over homeless resource center

  Sales tax to end; Greene County Jail paid off early

  Craighead County Sheriff’s Department renews ICE program

  A-State preps for students and faculty on campus

  Prosecuting attorney discusses County Clerk’s arrest

  Jonesboro city leaders say they won’t enforce mask wearing

  Malco reopens since pandemic’s closure

  COVID-19 support group can be accessed across Arkansas

  Lack of driver’s education in area; teacher says all schools should offer it

  Jonesboro Municipal Airport working on repairs after tornado

  Group works to aid in telemedicine during pandemic

  Upon retirement, Mayor Gaskill hopes new mayor will continue city’s progress

  Several cases of fraud reported to JPD

  New Paragould Fire Station on budget and meeting timeline

  Corning coffee group endures pandemic’s struggles

  Local DACA recipient comments on U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling

  Three members of Governor’s Police Task Force come from Region 8

  Paragould theatre set to reopen following long closure

  Paragould business receives grant during pandemic

  New tornado sirens replace old ones in Paragould

  Medical professionals comment on Jonesboro’s COVID-19 progresses

  8 Mile Creek Trail project on hold because of red tape

  Food bank provides more food than ever; clientele changes since pandemic

  Chief Elliott: With full staff, JPD renews focus on community

  NEA District Fair a “go” for September

  School board votes 5-2 on relocating students grades K-6

  Annual Pollard Picnic canceled, organizers want to ensure safety