Alayna Chapie

Alayna Chapie

Reporter, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Alayna Chapie joins the Heartland News Team as a reporter/multimedia journalist

Before coming to the Heartland, Alayna spent the last four years in Columbia, Missouri where she received a degree in broadcast journalism and a minor in internet technology at the University of Missouri.

Alayna previously worked at KOMU as a multimedia journalist where she covered breaking news, sports and so much more.

Alayna was born and raised in St. Louis and is a lover of all things Cardinals and Blues.

When she is not at work you can find her baking, playing with her dogs or trying out new adventurous things.

Alayna is excited to tell your stories and to meet the all the amazing people in the Heartland.

If you have any story ideas please send them to Alayna via email, achapie@kfvs12.com.


Recent Articles by Alayna

  Mask required at Cape Comic Con

  What can you expect during a COVID-19 drive-thru test?

  Perryville youth sport leagues to continue

  Confederate monument in Cape Girardeau covered

  “Bruno” the bear, a social media sensation may make it to the Heartland

  Cape Comic Con committee taking precautions due to COVID-19

  2 motorcycles stolen from Lawless Harley Davidson

  Butler Co. Health Department warning families after positive COVID-19 case at senior banquet

  Firefighters give grilling safety tips after large fire at Lake of the Ozarks

  Scott City pastor excited about future after 2019 church fire

  Heartland LGBTQ organization reacts to SCOTUS ruling

  Mother says son with COVID-19 saved by neighbor

  Missouri AG, state AG’s file lawsuit against companies for illegal robocalls

  COVID-19 impacts fundraising for Heartland volunteer fire department

  Summertime means more bugs

  Sexual assault advocacy group says tested rape kits are step in the right direction

  Heartland pastor speaks out on the death of George Floyd

  Heartland boy saves family from nearly drowning on kayak trip

  Pool companies see more business during COVID-19

  How are Heartland businesses doing after reopening?

  One Heartland jail makes changes to keep everyone safe

  Heartland restaurant stands up for employees after receiving negative comments

  Attorney explains if ‘COVID-19 surcharge’ is legal

  Bike shops see increase in sales during COVID-19 pandemic

  Heartland couple spends 50 days apart fighting COVID-19

  Businesses at Wappapello Lake prepare for campground to open before Memorial Day weekend

  Recovered COVID-19 patient urges survivors to donate plasma

  Twin Rivers High School celebrates military graduates

  Expert says don’t be too concerned about murder hornet in Heartland

  Traveling virtually during COVID-19