Monae Stevens

Monae Stevens

Multimedia journalist and reporter

Jonesboro, Arkansas

Monae Stevens comes all the way from Jefferson, Georgia! She joins us from WVUA-23 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama where she interned as a daytime producer and weekend reporter.

Monae was inspired to become a journalist at very young age. She would watch the news almost every morning before school, and she also led the school video announcements every morning in middle school.

Monae graduated from the University of Alabama with a bachelor's degree in Communication and Information Sciences, specializing in Telecommunication and Film. During her time in college, Monae was the Vice President of the Capstone Chapter of Radio Television Digital News Association and a mentor for first year UA students and at-risk children at a local elementary school.

In her spare time, Monae loves to cook, spend time with friends and family, and watch her favorite shows "Scandal" and "Queen of the South".

Please feel free to contact her at for story ideas, questions, or concerns.

Recent Articles by Monae

  Blytheville honors MLK with “Drive Out Hate” parade

  Veterans Village’s next steps toward completion after AG donation

  Lottery ticket sales increase amid pandemic

  Mississippi Co. pharmacies administer COVID-19 vaccine

  Food pantry seeing higher need for food

  Manila woman crowned Ms. Arkansas Wheelchair 2021

  NEA Clinic educates Osceola first responders on COVID-19 vaccine

  Blytheville “greeting card style” mural placed downtown

  Jonesboro Animal Control: Dogs need to be adopted soon

  Banker recommends saving money for “rainy day” in 2021

  Armorel school nurse terminated after ADH expresses concern over competency

  Harold Copenhaver takes office as new Jonesboro mayor

  Personal trainer recommends attainable health & fitness goals

  Shower and laundry facility coming soon to Jonesboro

  CRDC anticipates additional rental assistance funding from congressional COVID-19 relief bill

New shoes purchased from Burge’s Shoe Center to be sent to children’s home

  Doctor recalls COVID-19 vacccination experience

  Armorel HS revises virtual learning policy for spring semester

  Osceola receives check from Miss. Co. Electric Co-op

  Osceola Goodfellows prepares Christmas baskets for low-income families

  Osceola Main Street moves forward with parade amid pandemic

  OPAR cancelling basketball season

  Blytheville community hosts blood drives for sickle cell awareness

  Lack of health screenings during pandemic raises concern

  Project Warm Jonesboro kicks off coat drive with the Foundation of Arts

  Blytheville School District implements Engage AR

  Water line interrupts learning at Blytheville High School

  Ken Kennemore reflects on his father’s legacy

  St. Bernards to offer COVID-19 support group

  AR Fresh Start Program raises concerns from landlords