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

Reward raised to $10K for info. on missing Pemiscot Co. man

  First black Cape Central graduate dies at 85

  Ameren Missouri rolls out Clean Slate Program

Cape Girardeau Fire Dept. holds live burn exercise

  Rock ‘N’ Roll Drive-In opens gates for double feature

  Karnak, Ill. sees negative effects of big business

  Sikeston Autism Center receives $64K grant

  Sikeston DPS holds community kickball event

  Three Rivers College Rodeo kicks off 3rd year

  Southeast Mo. State installs air purifiers in classrooms

  Poplar Bluff family says thieves stole urn containing the remains of beloved father, grandfather

  DAEOC receives grant for adult learning center

  3rd Annual Van Buren Fall Festival to go on as scheduled

  Heartland CTC partners with police department for force simulator

  Cape Girardeau County approves purchase of temperature-taking kiosks

  Marble Hill allows off-road vehicles on city streets

Heartland financial consultant gives portfolio advice during COVID-19 pandemic

  Heartland resident hosts Bollinger County Show Days

  Shipwreck found in Mississippi River near Grand Tower, Ill.

  Marshall Co. Health Dept. to enforce mask mandate

  Heartland woman holds concert for charity

  Heartland restaurant beefs up drive-thru

  Heartland law enforcement agencies receive full body scanners

  National housing program helps area landlords create safer living environment for tenants

  Cape Girardeau police ask residents to register doorbell cameras with them to help fight neighborhood crime

MoDot educates the public about train safety during Rail Safety Week

  Sikeston Police department works to build community relationships

  Drivers could be cited for hanging face coverings on rearview mirror in Ill.

  Sikeston officials ask residents to properly dispose of PPE

  Mo. secretary of state orders 25K masks from Cape Girardeau company