Jeremy J. Ford

Jeremy J. Ford

Reporter, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Jeremy J. Ford joined the KFVS12 news team in February 2020 as a morning reporter.

A Missouri native, he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Chicago State University and a Master’s in Film Production from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.

While there, he worked behind the scenes on various popular reality television shows before moving in front of the camera to work as a freelance entertainment journalist. He then relocated to Mississippi to hone his skills as a general assignment reporter at Twin States News before joining our team at KFVS12.

Away from work, he enjoys competing in triathlons, working out, attending sporting events, writing and traveling.

If you would like to contact or share your story ideas with Jeremy J. Ford, you can reach him at Jeremy.ford@KFVS12.com


Recent Articles by Jeremy

  Graves County schools offering virtual classes

  Mississippi Co. Health Dept. encourages COVID-19 screenings

  Stoddard Co. couple tests positive for virus; changes views

  Area Catholic schools prepare to reopen in the fall

  American Legion honors veterans

Three Rivers College offering new agriculture programs

  Butler County Fair opens Wednesday

  Kelly school leaders suspend activities as precaution against COVID-19

  Parks and Rec. director: Public shouldn’t be concerned after Sportsplex employee tests positive for COVID-19

  Sikeston police partner with community

Cape Girardeau Historic Preservation Commission recommends removing Confederate monument

  Poplar Bluff seniors reflect on 2020

  Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety hosts Pedestrian Awareness Campaign

  Juneteenth Celebration to be held in Cape Girardeau

  River floating safety tips

  Missouri to reopen under Phase II, Heartland health officials remind you to be safe

  Local activist demands Confederate monument removed

  Safely buying fireworks during the pandemic

  SEMO District Fair makes COVID-19 preparations

  RSVP program helps seniors

  Tru-Que BBQ reopens after fire

  Group delivers donations to Butler Co. residents positive for COVID-19

  Transportation Trust Fund 6 was approved

  Jackson City Parks and Recreation to reopen

  Cape Girardeau superintendent reacts to Mo. budget cuts

  Century Casino in Cape Girardeau reopens

  Southeast University to offer new pilot program

  Jackson Police Department moves to new building

  Memorial Day service held at Cape County Park North

  Cape Girardeau Co. Memorial Day service canceled