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,

Recent Articles by Alayna

  Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Department hopeful for summer sports leagues

  Stay-at-home orders could increase domestic violence calls

  Heartland counselor reminds people to focus on mental health

  Five-year-old donates to Heartland nursing home

  Doctors use telemedicine to see patients

  Jonesboro, Arkansas residents thankful to see another day

  Busy state parks lead to debate about what should be open

  Families in the Heartland go “bear hunting”

  Southeast Mo. businesses install panels between customers and employees to limit spread of germs

  Why isn’t everyone getting tested for COVID-19?

  Cape Girardeau Co. officials urge residents to be informed before going to COVID-19 testing center

  Small town grocery store handles influx of shoppers

  Should you cancel your doctor or dentist appointments as precaution in COVID-19 outbreak

  Senior Citizen Agencies suspend activities due to Coronavirus

  Heartland businesses work to stay afloat

  Heartland churches work to protect members from illnesses

  Voter turnout low in Cape Girardeau County for Mo. primary

  What you need to know before the Missouri primaries

  Eagles spotted in the Heartland

  Nashville small business owner with Heartland ties affected by tornado

  Two weeks until one year anniversary of western Kentucky tornado

  Local health officials say coronavirus prevention is top priority

  Local watch parties for democratic debate

  Advocate says step in the right direction after Harvey Weinstein convicted

  New features and ticket fee at Capaha Field

  ‘Earthquake 101’ held in Poplar Bluff, Mo.

  Customer speaks out about Taylor Tots experience

  Residents on edge after Poplar Bluff Shootings

  Heartland salon has “odd” items stolen from business

  Heartland businesses prepare for Valentine’s Day