Kyle Hinton

Digital Content Producer, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Kyle Hinton became a digital content producer in November 2017.

He's a Jackson, Mo. native and graduated from Southeast Missouri State University with two bachelor degrees, one in TV and Film and one in Writing.

He's worked at KFVS for five years, starting as a camera operator.

Kyle enjoys watching "bad" movies and is an avid gamer.

Recent Articles by Kyle

  Injured Carter County, Mo. deputy shot in the line of duty continues to recover

  2.8 earthquake hit New Madrid County, Mo.

  Long-time bondsman arrested for soliciting sex from a client for service

Poplar Bluff, Mo. man pleads guilty to ammunition charge

  Portageville, Mo. girl’s lemonade stand makes donation for charity

MoDOT asking driver and students to stay alert for Back To School

  Poplar Bluff, Mo. man arrested in connection to kidnapping investigation

  Sikeston, Mo. woman arrested on assault charged after fight leaves 2 women injured

  Floodwaters force bride to take a boat to her wedding

6 charged in connection with murder in Ripley Co., Mo.

1 person flown to Memphis hospital after vehicle hits semi on I-55 in Pemiscot County, Mo.

Experimental plane lands in rice field near Hwy. 67 in Butler County, Mo.; no injuries reported

Endangered Silver Advisory canceled, missing Ellington, Mo. man found safe

AL defeat NL 4-3 in the MLB All-Star Game to tie overall record 44-44

Proposal on sale, shooting of fireworks in Sikeston tabled by city council

Dexter PD mourns the loss of K-9 officer Bard

Oran, Mo. man arrested on kidnapping and assault charges

Dexter, Mo. man arrested on child molestation charges

  Plane blown over, power lines down, business closed after strong storms

Malden, Mo. man arrested on promoting child pornography charges

  Missouri DED announces Sikeston South Industrial Park as a certified site

  Sikeston School Board approves free lunch program for the 2019-2020 school year

Missouri AG Eric Schmitt expands opioid lawsuit

  Southeast Missouri State University and Three Rivers College receive portion of Mo. $30 billion budget

Kennett, Mo. names new Fire Chief and Assistant Chief

  President Trump Approves Governor Parson’s Major Disaster Declaration for flooding in Missouri

2.0 earthquake hits near Hayward, MO

Sen. Roy Blunt visits Poplar Bluff, MO nail manufacturer approved for tariff exclusion

New initiative aims to increase access of contraceptive services for women in Missouri

  Michigan coach faces new charge in assault of referee in McCracken County