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

  PPE equipment distributed to Fredericktown police officers

  Cruising the Square in Fredericktown, Mo.

  Perryville police offer virtual reading

  Red Ribbons to bring the community together

Heartland trucking company hiring during pandemic

  How the Pandemic is Affecting Truck Drivers

  Business owner reacts to Southeast Mo. State University shutdown

Ballard Co., Ky. salon talks about impact of shutting down in COVID-19 pandemic

  St. Patrick’s Pub Crawl in downtown Cape Girardeau canceled

  Butler Co. EMA urging people to stay calm, follow CDC guidelines

  Businesses keeping customers after loss of athletics

  Perry County, Mo. recycling center update after suspending curbside pickup

  COVID-19 in the Heartland: Fact or Fiction

  Perry County, Mo. offers classes for Storm Spotters

  Groundbreaking held for Stoddard County, Mo. jail project

  Junior Deputy Camp accepting applications in Stoddard County, Mo.

  Grand Tower, Ill. locomotive removal

  More than 1,000 dead birds in Sikeston, Mo. believed to be from Sunday’s storm

  Future of Magnitude 7 Metals in question

  Cape Catfish is seeking host families for the second season

  Bass Pro Shop donates waders, boots to southeast Mo. class

  Bollinger Co., Mo. officials announce road closures

  Share the Harvest program collects nearly 350,000 pounds of venison

  Kelly High School students learn farm safety through film

  City of Sikeston changes rules for fireworks

  Scott County, Mo. student pledge ‘No One Eats Alone’