Beraiah joined the 5NEWS team as a reporter in October of 2016. She grew up in Pompano Beach, Florida and is a proud alumna of Florida A&M University and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.

During her time at FAMU Beraiah was a anchor/reporter for FAMU-TV20, Sirius XM student reporter, and Sophomore class president. Beraiah received her Bachelor’s Degree in broadcast journalism from FAMU’s School of Journalism & Graphic Communications.

Beraiah loves to read self-help books and participate in church activities. She’s excited to explore all the sites and trails Northwest Arkansas has to offer.

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Recent Articles
  • Local Park Vandalized

    GRAVETTE (KFSM) — Residents in Gravette are speaking out in frustration after police posted a photo of a new sidewalk that was vandalized at Pop Allum Park. Police are estimating damage to be at least $1,500. Residents said they’re upset about the vandalism. Gravette mother, Tasha Thomas, said, “It’s been exciting watching the new construction, but this isn’t the first time she’s heard of kids vandalizing new parts of the park. Last year you know we had our skate park just […]

  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Speaks At U of A

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — Most people know Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for being a Los Angeles Laker, but tonight (March 8) he was in Fayetteville at the University of Arkansas to speak about his goals and inspire students with knowledge and advice, rather than statistics and highlights from his glory days on the court. Many in the audience were excited to be in the presence of a celebrity, but the retired Laker says he wants to share his story of how his mentors […]

  • Local Gun Shop Owner Reacts To Big Retail Gun Policy Changes

    SPRINGDALE (KFSM) — Local gun shops are hoping for an up-tick in sales as several big retailers raise age limits from 18 to 21 in order to purchase a gun. Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart are among a few that changed their gun policies and have increased the age requirements after President Trump demanded stricter gun control. Jim Snow owns Rebel Arms in Springdale. He said he’s excited to see what new business he may receive because he’s not increasing […]

  • Police: Teen Riding Bike Hit By Car In Bentonville

    BENTONVILLE (KFSM) — A 13-year-old boy riding a bike was hit by a car Thursday afternoon (March 1), according to Gene Page with the Bentonville Police Department. Police said the teen was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The collision happened at the intersection of Southwest White Oak and Southwest Highland Roads. Residents in the area said kids are commonly outside and this hasn’t happen before. Young resident Braden Nash said he witnessed the incident. He said, “It […]

  • ‘God’s Plan’ Inspires Local Group

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — A group of University of Arkansas alumni are gaining a lot of buzz on social media after recreating a popular music video. Artist Drake’s song, ‘God’s Plan’ has been No.1 on Billboard Charts for five weeks. His video for that song shows giving money to those in need. In Drake’s video, he gives away $1 million and cars. DeShaun Artis, Jasmine Block, Sharnell Coleman, Lauren Denton, Laurell King, Allison Kinsey and Micah Minter are a group of […]

  • Republican Challenger Jan Morgan Campaigns In Bentonville

    BENTONVILLE (KFSM) — Republican challenger Jan Morgan who is vying to become the next Arkansas Governor appeared in Bentonville Tuesday night (Feb. 27) as part of her campaign trail. Residents had the opportunity to meet Morgan and ask her questions. 5NEWS reporter Beraiah Baker asked Morgan a few questions including her thought of President Trump’s recent proposal about arming public school teachers with guns. She also asked Morgan about tax cuts for Arkansans and how her political views oppose the […]

  • Fayetteville Residents Meet With Mayor About Rezoning Issues

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — A group of Fayetteville residents is looking for solutions following a meeting with city officials about rezoning the Rolling Hills area. Residents are concerned about safety for their kids and traffic that would come with new development and road expansion. Leslie Summers who is a mother of four said she’s concerned about the city’s proposal to extend Rolling Hills Drive to Crossover Road. The expansion would mean hundreds of students would have to cross a four-lane highway […]

  • City Of Fayetteville Approves Plans For New Mountain Biking Trail

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) —  Fayetteville’s city council votes in favor of a new 228 acre trail system in the heart of the city. Mayor, Lioneld Jordan approves, “This is a big win for all of us.” With help from the Walton Family Foundation, the 3-million dollar project will turn a forest area into a multi-use trail system for mountain bikers, hikers, and runners. Its what some are calling a mountain biking haven. “This new park is going to bring opportunities for […]

  • Gov. Hutchinson Attends Rogers Public Schools Science & Technology Career Fair

    ROGERS ( KFSM) —  In celebration of National Career and Technical Education Month, schools in Rogers have teamed for a career fair to promote jobs and training opportunities in the school and community. Rogers High Sophomore Kaylee McCoy said, “I think I’m definitely going to look a little more into into the technical side of things.” The fair focused on engaging students in growing technological fields focusing in engineering, coding and medical sciences. McCoy and her father toured the fair booth-by-booth, […]

  • Tuesday Is Last Day For Local Town To Be On National Show

    SILOAM SPRINGS (KFSM) — A public vote will decide whether downtown Siloam Springs is featured on Hulu’s third season of “The Small Business Revolution”, and Tuesday (Feb. 20) is the final day to vote. The town is a top five finalist, and voting will end at 8 p.m. sharp. Anyone wanting to vote may do so, here. Past seasons of the show can be watched online for free here. If Siloam Springs wins, it businesses would be revamped and money would be […]

  • Local Parents React To South Florida High School Massacre

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — Local parents are once again asking themselves, what if something like this happens here? “Every time I drop her off it goes through my head, it went through my head this morning,” said Shawn Daniels, a Fayetteville High parent. Now more than ever he said he wants to make sure his daughter and her classmates are prepared for an active shooter situation. “I mean I think it’s something that sadly its gotta be part of the regular process […]

  • Unlikely Duo Desegregated Fayetteville Restaurants

    FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — In honor of Black History Month, 5NEWS is sharing the story of an unlikely duo who made an impact on Fayetteville by desegregating restaurants in the city. It’s the story of a small civil rights group from the University of Arkansas, that fought for big changes in equality. The two last-living members saw each other for the first time in more than 50 years during the interview. One of them is black: Semon Thompson. The other is […]