Kelsey Anderson

Kelsey Anderson

Anchor/Reporter, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Kelsey Anderson comes to the Heartland News team from the Hoosier state.

She reports three days a week and produces/anchors the weekend Breakfast Show.

Kelsey graduated from Ball State University’s College of Communication, Information, and Media with a dual major in telecommunications and journalism. While there she worked for Newslink Indiana where she anchored, produced and reported.

In the spring of 2016, Kelsey interned at WLOS in Asheville, North Carolina.

Kelsey’s hobbies include watching HGTV, playing golf and petting any dog that comes near her.

Recent Articles by Kelsey

Some young adults may not be immune from the mumps

  Sikeston DPS officer resigns following social media posts

  Three Rivers Shrine Pro Rodeo to be held inside this year

  Heartland family reacts to thousands of kidneys being thrown out every year in the United States

Kids getting home late due to train on the tracks blocking bus

  Auditor pushes for armed school resource officer in every Missouri school

Patti’s 1880’s Settlement hopes to reopen Nov. 27

  Portageville votes “yes” to approve funding for a school resource officer

  Voters pass $1 surcharge to all cell phones to help fund 911 services in New Madrid County, Mo.

Grand opening held for new Sikeston elementary school

  Melanoma patient has a warning about the dangers of the sun

  Dunklin Co. hit hard by Thursday morning storm

BBB warns against timeshare exit business scams

  Butler County EMS donates ambulance to convert into mobile command center

  Poplar Bluff VA welcomes new chief of staff with hefty resume

  Bill awaiting Mo. Gov’s signature could help low income people get hearing aids

Former deputy clerk takes legal action against Stoddard County, Stoddard County clerk

  Poplar Bluff Police Department to hold animal cruelty course

Building your credit score

  Flooding in New Madrid expected to get worse before it gets better

  Sikeston, MO law enforcement says false police reports are pretty common

MoDOT prepares for winter weather

Southeast Missouri woman selected to help decorate the White House

Keeping your house warm without breaking the bank

Heartland small business owners concerned about minimum wage increase

Poplar Bluff students decorate pumpkins to raise money for St. Jude’s

Dunklin County Marine stationed in NC returns back to the Heartland

Free flu shots offered for counties in Missouri’s Bootheel