Kelsey Anderson

Kelsey Anderson

Anchor/Reporter, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Kelsey Anderson comes to the Heartland News team from the Hoosier state.

She reports three days a week and produces/anchors the weekend Breakfast Show.

Kelsey graduated from Ball State University’s College of Communication, Information, and Media with a dual major in telecommunications and journalism. While there she worked for Newslink Indiana where she anchored, produced and reported.

In the spring of 2016, Kelsey interned at WLOS in Asheville, North Carolina.

Kelsey’s hobbies include watching HGTV, playing golf and petting any dog that comes near her.


Recent Articles by Kelsey

What do lower interest rates mean for consumers?

  Time to start thinking about getting your flu vaccine

  Some young adults may not be immune from the mumps

  Group talks to Cape Girardeau students about vaping

  Sikeston DPS officer resigns following social media posts

  Pedestrian hit on IL Route 127 in Perry County

  Security changes at the SEMO district fair

  Three Rivers Shrine Pro Rodeo to be held inside this year

  Carbondale police investigating shooting near SIU campus

  MSHP plans extra patrols for the holiday weekend

  Labor Day is a retailers holiday

  Cape Splash prepares for end of 2019 season

  Heartland family reacts to thousands of kidneys being thrown out every year in the United States

  Kids getting home late due to train on the tracks blocking bus

  Mo. Corrections Staff to get pay raise starting in 2020

  Auditor pushes for armed school resource officer in every Missouri school

  Patti’s 1880’s Settlement hopes to reopen October 1

  8 dogs die in early morning house fire in Cape Girardeau

  Jackson students go to International Science Fair, eager to learn more

  Southeast Mo. schools use #Clearthelist movement to unite cross-town rivals

  Cape Catfish managers celebrate successful first season

  Church donates 300-plus book bags filled with supplies to ‘Hope For One More’

  Using “Stop the Bleed” training to save lives

  Fort D named to National Register List of Historical Places

  Portageville votes “yes” to approve funding for a school resource officer

  Voters pass $1 surcharge to all cell phones to help fund 911 services in New Madrid County, Mo.

  Bollinger County boy needs life-saving liver transplant

  Grand opening held for new Sikeston elementary school

  Crews clean-up riverfront for visitors, riverboat dockings

  Southern Ill. businesses feel relief as Rte. 3 opens