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

All Missourians 16 and older eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

VA Medical Center offers vaccines to all veterans, spouses, caregivers

Cardinals beat Reds 11-6 in Cincinnati on MLB Opening Day

Amber Alert canceled for 15-year-old abducted at school bus stop in Charleston, Mo.

Gov. Parson: More than 580K Missourians have been fully vaccinated

Sen. Blunt announces he won’t seek 3rd term

  Sen. Hawley to introduce blue-collar pay raise bill

  Heartland electric co-ops warn customer of possible rolling blackouts

  Sen. Hawley makes proposal to restrict funds to schools not holding in-person classes

Greenway Equipment, Jason Aldean team-up to help SEMO Food Bank, two other food banks

  Gov. Parson says Mo. has history of overcoming tough times in State of the State Address

  Deadly shooting under investigation in Sikeston

SIU research team reports discovery of new, dominant COVID-19 variant in U.S.

  Gov. Parson sworn in as 57th Governor of the State of Missouri

Small earthquake registers on New Year’s Day near Doniphan, Mo.

  Driver rescued from car in creek

Sen. Hawley to object during Electoral College certification process on Jan. 6

Sheriff’s office investigating rash of vehicles tampered with, asks public for surveillance video

COVID-19 positivity rate in Mo. is 17.9%

Southeast University, Three Rivers College, 26 other Mo. colleges receive rapid COVID-19 tests

Woman facing charges after pedestrian hit, killed by SUV in Butler Co.

  Poplar Bluff woman sentenced for sexually exploiting a child, sending photos to former police and school resource officer

  Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day ceremony held in Cape Girardeau

  Southeast Mo. State University announces aviation program partners

  No mask mandate in New Madrid Co. for now

  Gov. Parson announces partnership with Vizient, additional hospital staff, expand statewide hospital capacity

  14-month-old scalded by bath water dies; Mother charged with abuse, homicide

MDC releases deer harvest numbers for Missouri Firearms Deer Season

  Former Parma mayor, 2 former city employees arrested for stealing city funds, forgery

2021 Cardinals Care Winter Warm-Up goes virtual; 2021 Caravan canceled