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.
Folks in Portageville may feel some Deja Vu when they head out to vote in the upcoming special election. That's because they will be voting on an issue, they approved last year regarding a student resource officer for Portageville schools.
As of July 5, 2019 more than 52 trillion gallons of water have passed through Cape Girardeau since March 12. That’s 115 days of the river being above flood stage and Public Works Director Stan Polivick said they are ready for a break.
Before you head to the pool or water park this weekend remember to keep the digital distractions down because a new study finds there's a direct link between childhood drowning and parents using their phones.