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.

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Recent Articles by Jeremy

  NWS: 4 tornadoes touched down in western Ky.; state of emergency issued in Hickman Co. due to damage

  Mass casualty incident training held at Three Rivers College

  Kidney donor cycles to raise awareness

  McCracken County man arrested on animal cruelty charges

  Students make new flavor of Hawk Sauce for sale at Southeast Mo. State University

  J&J COVID-19 vaccine resumes in Missouri

  Butler County vaccination clinic taking walk-ins

  Black bear sighting in Bloomfield, Mo.

  New manufacturing facility to bring jobs to Sikeston, Mo.

  Visiting the Green Book’s historic Cape Girardeau house

  Historic African American cemetery in Cape Girardeau Co. in ruins

  Runner prepares for Muddy River Marathon

  Scott Co. Health Center cancels clinic due to J&J vaccine pause

  Cape Girardeau Co. Public Health Center reaching out to minorities on vaccines

  KY residents hesitant to recieve COVID-19 vaccine

  Help wanted in restaurants across the Heartland

  Mounds, Ill. residents see high water bills

  85th annual Easter Sunday service to be held at Bald Knob Cross

  Fundraising efforts underway for Broadway Theatre revitalization project

  IDPH: Alexander Co. has one of the lowest COVID-19 vaccination rates in Ill.

  Heartland business says e-bike sales are on the rise

  105-year-old Heartland woman survives 2 pandemics

  CTA offers free rides for seniors to COVID-19 vaccine appointments

  Broken water line fixed in Piedmont, Mo.; boil water order lifted

  Kentucky transitions to new driver’s license services

  FEMA denies funding for Grand Tower, Ill. after floods

  Stars and Stripes Museum to host weekend of WWII reenactments called ‘March on Germany’

  DAEOC offering mobile services for Bootheel

Piedmont experiences water shortage

  COVID-19 clinics connecting the community