Justin Fischer

Justin Fischer

Anchor/Reporter, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Justin Fischer joined the Heartland News Team as a multimedia journalist and now reports on the Breakfast Show.

He was born in St. Peters, Missouri and moved to Cape Girardeau to attend Southeast Missouri State University.

While there, Justin worked as the first multimedia editor for the Southeast Arrow campus newspaper.

Justin’s passion for storytelling comes from his mother, who at a very young age encouraged him to keep up to date on current events. Before heading to bed for school, Justin and his mother would typically watch the evening news in St. Louis.

Prior to becoming a reporter, Justin worked as a news/content specialist before transitioning to an anchor and producer on the weekend Breakfast Show and finally a reporter for the Breakfast Show during the week.

When not telling the Heartland’s stories, Justin can usually be found jogging around the streets in Cape Girardeau, or trying his best at golfing.

Recent Articles by Justin

Websites give out your information, but why?

  Testing Heartland kindergartner readiness

  Veterans serving veterans at the VA in Poplar Bluff

  12 apps parents should know more about

  Discovering your lineage through DNA services

  Driver swerves to miss deer, hits 2 utility poles in Pulaski Co., IL

Prom dresses heading to the Philippines

  KSP investigating deadly shooting in Carlisle Co., KY

KSP recovers stolen vehicle during traffic stop

Opening Minds through Art program for those with neurocognitive disorders

  Escape time during house fire: Natural vs. synthetic materials

Riders set off for American Legion Legacy Ride

Trooper Island Camp welcomed 64 kids this year

Active shooter training can save lives

Youth coding camps in Cape Girardeau, MO

Saving for your child's education with MOST 529

Feeding your student this summer

How to avoid "summer brain"

Garage doors can be weakest spot on homes in high winds

Bill Levanti named Old King Coal for 2018

Keeping fire hydrants clear so they work

Funeral procession held for Hickman, KY officer

Paducah man arrested for arson in McCracken County

Murphysboro officer injured during traffic stop

Perryville boy receives new hearing aids, free-of-charge

Brain Injury Association of Missouri holds concussions seminar

Crews battle early morning fire in Ripley County

School bus safety in winter

Beekeeping for Beginners at Giant City State Park

Baptist Health Paducah adds another Kangaroo Klub location