Adam King

Adam King

Sports Reporter/Anchor, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Adam King joins Heartland News as a sports reporter and weekend sports anchor. He came here from the University of Cincinnati.

He was born and raised in Columbus Ohio and bleeds Scarlet and Gray. He loves to golf and watch any kind of sports. He is a New England Patriots fan, a Xavier Basketball fan and a huge Cavs fan. His favorite athlete is Tiger Woods.

Adam interned for Fox19 in Cincinnati as well as NBC4 in Columbus. He was with Fox19 Now for 2 years before joining the KFVS team.

He looks forward to covering all of the different teams across the Heartland.

Recent Articles by Adam

  IHSA releases sports schedule

UT Martin announces passing of Anthony Stewart

IHSA makes decision on winter sports

  Charleston Squirrels manager defies the odds

Salukis searching for new opponent

Baseball returns to the Heartland

Aquatics team using Cape Splash to train

Fighting Squirrels hold first practice this season

  Heartland soccer player overcomes vision condition

Chinn flying up NFL Draft Boards

Cape Catfish delay start to the season

MSHSAA: Only essential personnel allowed at Class 4 and 5 Quarterfinal games

KHSAA suspends girls’, boys’ basketball tournament indefinitely

MVC Women’s Basketball Tournament canceled, spring seasons on hold

SEMO Women’s basketball beat UT Martin

  Rick Ray releases first statement following his departure from SEMO

  SEMO coach Rheka Patterson named OVC Coach of the Year

Report: Cubs expected to hire David Ross as manager

  Murphysboro football team forfeits game against West Frankfort

  SIU opens basketball practice following MVC Media Day

  Notre Dame defeats Sikeston 7 to 0

Perryville working towards postseason run

  Heartland Sports college scoreboard 9/14

  SEMO football falls on the road to Montana State 38-17

  Stone ready for starting role at SIU

Bonds run deeper than baseball for one Cape Catfish player and his host family

  Cape Catfish defeated 5-2 in Prospect League Championship to finish their first season

  Cape Catfish get the win over Chillicothe in game one of Championship Series

  Cornhole tournament held on honor of Special Olympics competitor

SEMO ranked 17th in preseason poll