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

  Union Co., Ill. family raises awareness about speech disorder on Apraxia Awareness Day

  Bike to Work and School event held in Cape Girardeau

  Outdoor art exhibit coming to Perryville

  Businesses impacted by Spanish St. construction project

  April is National Safe Digging Month

  Expecting mothers get treatment for substance use

  Islamic Center marks one year since fire on Saturday

Celebrate Earth Day with energy saving tips from Ameren Missouri

Heartland school to hold prom with COVID-19 restrictions

  Panhandling hound makes name for himself in Ironton, Mo.

  Heartland organization works to help babies make it to first birthday

  Is there still a COVID-19 risk for children if parents have received a vaccine?

  Project Cape expungement clinic, job fair to be held on Thursday

Butler County officials focus on flooding threat

  Plans finalized for $84K playground improvements at Hearnes Elementary

  Two Missouri House bills focus on health care workplace violence

  Another pilot shortage could be near post COVID-19 pandemic

  Fire Marshal investigating fire at housing duplex in Ullin, Ill.

  Heartland health experts talk about Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

  Mo. Dept. of Conservation: Cold weather to blame for fewer birds, bluebirds

  Bollinger Co. Health Dept. made COVID-19 vaccine available to anyone at mass vaccination clinic

  What happens when snow starts to melt?

  Study: More people stressed after year into COVID-19 pandemic

  Tips on how to winterize your home

  Heartland native has cardboard cutout at Super Bowl

  Cape Girardeau police chief reacts to those arrested on federal racketeering charges

  Heartland community lights up town for student battling cancer

Why aren’t kids getting the COVID-19 vaccine?

  Aunt of missing Mississippi County woman speaks out

  Heartland political experts react to Biden’s inauguration day