Marsha Heller

Marsha Heller

Digital Content Executive Producer, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Marsha joined the KFVS-12 News Team in August 1999.

She began as a photojournalist in the Southern Illinois Newsroom then transitioned into a news producer.

Marsha was a Breakfast Show producer for approximately six years before joining the Digital Team in July 2018. When she is not writing news content, Marsha enjoys spending time with her family and exploring the Heartland.

Recent Articles by Marsha

Man charged with arson for fire at Harrisburg, Ill. Walmart

Ill. bill lowers retirement age to 60 for DHS security employees

Officials discuss 2020 flood outlook at event Murphysboro event

2 arrested after police chase through 3 counties, crash into squad cars

  NWS confirms tornado damage in parts of Mo., Ill. and Ky.

Woman arrested, wanted by police for endangering a child

  Crews installing new tornado sirens in Perryville, Mo.

  2 small earthquakes registered in the Bootheel

Suspects wanted for multiple copper wire thefts, other stolen items

  2 homes burn to the ground in Cairo, Fire Marshal investigating

  Police searching for stolen El Camino

  GED testing fees waived in Ky.

  Officials investigating kittens dumped at humane department

Unknown man wanted in connection with donation jar theft

Fort Campbell increases security as tensions increase in the Middle East

Metropolis, Ill. fugitive found, currently in out of state jail

Police warning: Don’t abbreviate 2020

Teen shot, killed after fight over gun during home invasion

  Fire Marshal investigating fire inside Harrisburg, Ill. Walmart

No driving, boating deaths or drownings in Mo. during New Year’s holiday

  First Alert: Breezy New Year’s Day

  New Year’s baby born in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Puxico Police mourn the loss of K-9 ‘Hope’

  “It’s a historical moment.” Dozens wait in line to buy recreational pot in Illinois

What you need to know Jan. 1

  Woman, 3 children seriously injured in crash

  Looking back on 2019 in the Heartland

  Grants awarded to areas considered ‘food deserts’ in Mo.

Mo. Treasurer’s Office receives ‘excellent’ audit rating

Trooper catches prisoner in parking lot shortly after escape