Crystal Britt

Crystal Britt

Anchor, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

At 3:00 o'clock every morning, the alarm clock buzzes. That's Crystal Britt's wake-up call. While early, and dark...she wouldn't have it any other way.

Crystal Britt joined the Breakfast Show in the summer of 2013, and says she is loving every minute of it.

She has been with KFVS-12 since June of 2006. She came from KWWL-TV, the NBC affiliate in Waterloo, Iowa.

Crystal is no stranger to the Heartland. "Reporting live from the family reunion"...those words are tucked away on a VHS tape at Crystal's mother's home in Mulberry Grove, Illinois, where she grew up just outside the KFVS12 viewing area. She graduated from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale in 1999, and holds a Master's degree from the Public Affairs Reporting program at the University of Illinois at Springfield.

She has received numerous awards for her work at KFVS12 from the Illinois Broadcasters Association, and the Missouri Broadcasters Association. She won an Emmy award in 2016, and earned Emmy nominations in 2013 and 2014.

Crystal and her husband Matt have two daughters, Sydney and Makenzie. Leo, the miniature poodle, makes their family complete. Crystal loves spending time with family, singing with the worship band at her church, shopping, fishing and watching St. Louis Cardinals Baseball.

Recent Articles by Crystal

  Hope for Harlin: Cape Girardeau Co. toddler battles rare condition

  8 injured in 2 related crashes on I-55 in Scott County

  COVID-19 treatment proving effective in Heartland patients

  Cape Girardeau woman hospitalized for week with COVID-19 will get vaccine when available

  On the verge of crisis: Cape Girardeau COVID-19 unit workers share concerns as case numbers soar

  Cape Girardeau doctor who battled COVID-19 warns of potential crisis ahead

  Recipe for success: Cape Girardeau grocery store thrives on old fashioned business model

  Casting your cares away: Catfishing with veterans on Rend Lake

  Strength to conquer tomorrow: Heartland mother digs deep to face biggest challenge yet

Cape Girardeau hospital to offer own health insurance plan

  Reeling in the moments: Group focuses on getting veterans out in nature

  Heartland mail carrier retires after logging 1.2 million miles

  Road to Recovery: Cape Girardeau doctor shares his COVID-19 story of survival

  Frankie’s Dream: High school graduate chooses road less traveled

  Southeast Mo. family chooses faith over fear

  Recipe for staying connected

  Backyard family fitness: Series of exercises to get you moving

  Quarantine Pancakes: Making Grandpa’s homemade recipe with the kids

  Cape Girardeau lung doctor hospitalized with COVID-19

  COVOID-19 drive-thru testing site to open in Cape Girardeau; Hospitals preparing to treat patients

  Rebuilding lives after the storm

  Election officials work to keep your votes safe in 2020

  The real cost of school safety

  Thanksgiving turkey weigh-in

  Cranked Up: Cape Girardeau business knits together success

  A Place to Call Home: Featuring Alex

  Gov. Parson makes stop in the Heartland

  Can nicotine help patients suffering from memory loss?

  “Cause I like it, I love it." 83-year-old woman still playing at Poplar Bluff softball field

  A Place to Call Home: Featuring Michael