Jeremy J. Ford

Jeremy J. Ford

Reporter, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Jeremy J. Ford joined the KFVS12 news team in February 2020 as a morning reporter.

A Missouri native, he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Chicago State University and a Master’s in Film Production from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.

While there, he worked behind the scenes on various popular reality television shows before moving in front of the camera to work as a freelance entertainment journalist. He then relocated to Mississippi to hone his skills as a general assignment reporter at Twin States News before joining our team at KFVS12.

Away from work, he enjoys competing in triathlons, working out, attending sporting events, writing and traveling.

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Recent Articles by Jeremy

  105-year-old Heartland woman survives 2 pandemics

Stars and Stripes Museum to host weekend of WWII reenactments called ‘March on Germany’

  Road sign thieves rampant in New Madrid County, Mo.

  Open container law proposed for Downtown Poplar Bluff

Busted pipes at Caruthersville, Mo. apartment complex left some tenants homeless

  Warming shelter open in New Madrid, Mo.

  Poplar Bluff police give tips for driving in hazardous winter weather

  Soup kitchen opens in Sikeston

  Poplar Bluff students raise money, learn business

  Kennett, Mo. students must have doctor’s note to continue virtual learning

  Heartland dietitian explains how to prevent holiday heart attack this season

  Missouri Department of Conservation gives deer hunting safety tips

  Heartland salon offers free haircuts for veterans

Reward raised to $20K for info. on missing Pemiscot Co. man

  Three Rivers College Rodeo kicks off 3rd year

Poplar Bluff family says thieves stole urn containing the remains of beloved father, grandfather

  3rd Annual Van Buren Fall Festival to go on as scheduled

  Influx of COVID-19 cases reported in New Madrid Co.

  Neighbor remembers man found dead in Caruthersville, Mo. apartment

Butler County Sheriff’s Dept. to rehire deputies

  Dog found shot in Malden, Mo. dies, reward offered

Cheering with masks as Mo. high school sports season begins

  Sikeston rodeo chairman says ‘rodeo must go on'

  Poplar Bluff Municipal Library mandates masks

  Stoddard Co. couple tests positive for virus; changes views

  Three Rivers College offering new agriculture programs

  Butler County Fair opens Wednesday

  Poplar Bluff seniors reflect on 2020

  Group delivers donations to Butler Co. residents positive for COVID-19

Century Casino in Cape Girardeau to reopen