Alayna Chapie

Alayna Chapie

Reporter, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Alayna Chapie joins the Heartland News Team as a reporter/multimedia journalist

Before coming to the Heartland, Alayna spent the last four years in Columbia, Missouri where she received a degree in broadcast journalism and a minor in internet technology at the University of Missouri.

Alayna previously worked at KOMU as a multimedia journalist where she covered breaking news, sports and so much more.

Alayna was born and raised in St. Louis and is a lover of all things Cardinals and Blues.

When she is not at work you can find her baking, playing with her dogs or trying out new adventurous things.

Alayna is excited to tell your stories and to meet the all the amazing people in the Heartland.

If you have any story ideas please send them to Alayna via email,

Recent Articles by Alayna

  Heartland football team scrambles to add games to calendar

  People in the community hold unofficial Highway 61 Yard Sale

  Cape Girardeau man shoots at dogs after they cause thousands of dollars worth of damage to his property

  Heartland county prepares for remnants of Hurricane Laura

  MoDOT concerned over rising number of TMA work zone crashes

  Butler County Health Department receives rapid COVID testing machine

  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers urging people to stay safe in the water

  Heartland farm turns into drive-in movie theater

  Campground owners are seeing more people due to COVID-19

  What can you expect during a COVID-19 drive-thru test?

  Confederate monument in Cape Girardeau covered

  Butler Co. Health Department warning families after positive COVID-19 case at senior banquet

  Heartland boy saves family from nearly drowning on kayak trip

  Recovered COVID-19 patient urges survivors to donate plasma

Twin Rivers High School celebrates military graduates

  Heartland COVID-19 survivor returns home after month in hospital

  Mechanics and car dealerships work to keep everyone safe

  Stay-at-home orders could increase domestic violence calls

Jonesboro, Arkansas residents thankful to see another day

  Busy state parks lead to debate about what should be open

  Families in the Heartland go “bear hunting”

  ‘Earthquake 101’ held in Poplar Bluff, Mo.

  Portageville Fire Department gets upgrade, faster response time

  Southeast Mo. authorities address the growing opioid epidemic

  Sikeston, Mo. carjacking suspect wanted in Mississippi Co., arrested in Cape Girardeau

  Holiday decorations can be dangerous for pets

  ’Narwhal’ staying with rescue; role as therapy dog

ACT test takers can retake certain sections of test in 2020

Time for a flu shot: Four flu cases reported in Cape Girardeau Co., Mo.