Isabelle Hanson

Isabelle Hanson joins the Heartland News Team as a reporter/multimedia journalist. Before she could fully speak, Isabelle motioned to the television and expressed to her mom that she wanted to be “in” the screen dancing and singing with the characters. Although 2-year-old Isabelle could have never guessed she would be “in” the TV as a news reporter, she is thrilled about the direction her life took, leading her to KFVS12. With a passion for writing and storytelling, Isabelle pursued a degree in journalism from Miami University in Ohio, as well as a degree in music and a marketing minor. At Miami, she reported for Oxford Weekly News, interned at Seacrest Studios located inside Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, and sang in an a cappella group. Outside of the newsroom, you can find Isabelle playing her violin, baking anything involving chocolate, and playing music at children’s hospitals. Joining the Heartland community and sharing your stories is an honor to Isabelle, and she is looking forward to the people she will meet along the way. Please feel free to reach out to Isabelle by email at ihanson@kfvs12.com or on her Facebook page with any story ideas.

Recent Articles by Isabelle

  Wet weather brings out bugs, tips on how to stop them

Plans for psychiatric hospital in Cape Girardeau move forward

Police find new, growing drug trend

Doggy daycares and the rain

BBB: Watch out for scams during tax season

Heartland CPA offers tax filing tips

Changes coming to Missouri bail system

Should Missouri eliminate vehicle inspection requirement?

Changes to state exams cause drop in students’ test scores across MO

Suspect identified after cancer patient’s truck stolen in Poplar Bluff, MO

Could the Heartland use an earthquake early warning app?

Cold weather puts Red Cross in emergency state

Tire pressure concerns in the cold weather

Car service shop workers watch the cold temperatures

Heartland warming shelter needs volunteers to stay open

String of break-ins and thefts hit the Bollinger Co. area

Carbon monoxide levels could be dangerous this time of year

Space heater safety tips

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Luncheon in Cape

Crews can’t pre-treat roads before winter storm