Marsha Heller

Marsha Heller

Digital Content Executive Producer, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Marsha joined the KFVS-12 News Team in August 1999.

She began as a photojournalist in the Southern Illinois Newsroom then transitioned into a news producer.

Marsha was a Breakfast Show producer for approximately six years before joining the Digital Team in July 2018. When she is not writing news content, Marsha enjoys spending time with her family and exploring the Heartland.

Recent Articles by Marsha

  Shooting investigation underway in Kennett, Mo.

Several report feeling late-night earthquake in New Madrid Co., Mo.

Retired southeast Mo. priest faces additional accusations of physical/sexual misconduct

Poplar Bluff library reopens, masks required, continues curbside service

Sheriff warns farmers about thefts, tampered equipment

  Drive-thru COVID-19 testing event held in Butler Co., Mo.

  Small earthquake rattles near Marston, Mo.

  Man drowns after wading in St. Francis River

Man accused of shooting, killing wife in Doniphan, Mo.

Fireworks allowed in Caruthersville on trial basis

Want to keep your stuff? Lock it up.

Kennett man injured by bullet fragments during robbery

Small earthquake rattles north of Poplar Bluff, Mo.

Gov. Parson announces Missouri will fully reopen on June 16

Crews battle early morning fire in Kennett, Mo.

Man back in custody after running away during arrest in Caruthersville

  Suspect arrested in death of retired St. Louis City police captain killed by looters

Multiple-vehicle crashes reported on US 67 in Butler Co. during thunderstorm

St. Louis officers responding to looting involved in shooting

  4 St. Louis police officers shot during unrest near police headquarters

Man arrested for threatening to burn down Kennett Police Dept., vehicles, harm officers

Century Casinos reopen in Cape Girardeau, Caruthersville

  Gov. Parson extends Phase 1 of Missouri’s “Show Me Strong Recovery” plan

  Man arrested in connection to shots fired investigation in Poplar Bluff

Man facing murder charge in connection to deadly stabbing in Sikeston, Mo.

Poplar Bluff Library offers curbside service

  Power nearly restored to thousands after strong storms Monday

I-55 traffic moving slowly after semis were blown off the road near Wardell, Mo.

  Mo. Stay-At-Home order expires; Businesses can reopen with guidelines

Applications now accepted for 1st elk hunting season in Mo.