Ashley Smith

Digital Content Producer, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO


  • Southeast Missouri State University,
  • Cape Girardeau Career and Technology

Recent Articles by Ashley

McCracken County Police asking for help identifying suspect

One more Cape Girardeau County resident tests positive for COVID-19

SIU speaks out for international students, challenges new restrictions

Dorena-Hickman Ferry closed due to mechanical issue

19,389 COVID-19 cases reported in Ky.

Over $16,000 raised for 12 year-old boy assaulted in Cape Girardeau

14 more residents test positive for COVID-19 in Cape Girardeau County

453 new cases of COVID-19 in Kentucky

Missing Paducah woman found safe

  Cape Girardeau City employee tests positive after attending City Council meeting

Two more residents test positive for COVID-19 in Reynolds County

Mayfield man arrested on rape, assault charges

Egyptian Health Department reports three new COVID-19 cases

Paducah man arrest on child pornography, imprisonment charges

  Man accused of assaulting 12-year-old Cape Girardeau boy moved to Scott Co. Jail due to safety issues, concerns

Plaza Tire Service donates building, land to Charleston R-I School District

Southern Seven Health Department reports 3 new cases of COVID-19

Eight more COVID-19 cases reported in Franklin-Williamson County area

Perry County, Ill. Health Department confirms one more case of COVID-19

Man injured in single car Graves County Crash

Graves County COVID-19 cases increase to 280

Cape Girardeau County Health Department reports 16 new cases of COVID-19

Reynolds County Health center confirms 1 new COVID-19 case

  4,524 total COVID-19 cases in the Heartland as of 7/09

Missouri allocates $125 million for workforce and higher ed initiatives

$36.2 million in additional CARES act funding to go to Kentucky health departments

City of Jackson launches web app for utility bills, news releases

Eight more COVID-19 cases reported in Bi-County area

Three new cases of COVID-19 reported in Jackson County Ill.

City of Jackson PD to modify police response due to COVID-19 increase