Brooke Buckner

Brooke Buckner

Reporter, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Brooke Buckner joined the Heartland News Team as a multimedia journalist in May 2020.

She was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas and moved to Jonesboro, Arkansas to attend Arkansas State University.

At Arkansas State, Brooke worked as a writer for the Delta Digital News Service and was a reporter for ASU-TV News.

Brooke’s passion for the news business comes from her father, who has worked as a TV Meteorologist her entire life. She considers news stations her second home.

In her free time, she likes to play tennis and learn new songs on the guitar.


Recent Articles by Brooke

  Harrah’s Metropolis reopens for second time during pandemic

  Delta School District softens COVID-19 athletic attendance restrictions

  Jackson Co., Ill. school staff eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccine

  Online enrollment increasing at Three Rivers College

  Mild flu season due to COVID-19

  Educational COVID video sparks interest for preschoolers

  Snack cake theft in Poplar Bluff

  Cape Girardeau Co. Public Health Center gives update on Coronavirus

  Heartland high school student reacts to chaos on the Capitol

  Kentucky rolls out COVID-19 vaccine to senior citizens

  New year, new changes for Perryville gym

  Eco-friendly ways to dispose of Christmas lights

  Officials warn of drunk drivers on New Year’s Eve

  Economic expert shares second COVID-19 stimulus check tips

CBD sales increase during pandemic

  Cape Girardeau non-profit organizations apply for federal funds

  Church adjusts Christmas services due to COVID-19

  Survival Flight 2 delivers Christmas gifts to family in Gideon

  Health officials warn against large holiday gatherings

  Youth pastor released from hospital after two-month battle with COVID-19

Cape Girardeau pharmacy receives COVID-19 vaccine

  SoutheastHEALTH releases COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan for southeast Missouri

  Caldwell Co. hospital awaits COVID-19 vaccine

  Caldwell Co. government spreads holiday joy through elf competition

  Heartland doctor discusses COVID-19 vaccine safety, effectiveness

  Pandemic adds to influx of holiday packages

  Kennett middle schoolers launch school store

  Parents decide on enrolling kids in virtual or in-person school

  Good Samaritan helps couple in interstate crash

  How to prevent space heater fires