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

First Alert: Less hot, humid Monday

What you need to know July 13

Dorena-Hickman Ferry is back open

  First Alert: Less humid, but still hot

Poplar Bluff library reopens, continues curbside service

KSP troopers receive virtual traffic safety training during pandemic

Sen. committee to hold hearing on 2020 Election preparations

Ky. awarded $100K for human trafficking awareness campaign, training

  Suspect sought in irrigation power unit theft from Bollinger Co. farm

What you need to know July 10

  First Alert: Sizzling summer heat continues

Small earthquake recorded in New Madrid Co., Mo.

  Man arrested for police chase through construction zone, hitting patrol car

  Mask, face coverings to be required in Cape Girardeau city facilities

  Disappearance of Carterville man under investigation

Sheriff warns farmers about thefts, tampered equipment

What you need to know July 9

  Drive-thru COVID-19 testing event held in Butler Co., Mo.

  First Alert: Hot, humid Tuesday

  Large turnout for drive-thru COVID-19 testing event in Poplar Bluff

Cape Girardeau Municipal Band to end season Wednesday

  Tunes at Twilight fall series canceled

  Crews battle late night house fire

What you need to know July 7

  First Alert: Hot summer trend continues

Semi hauling auto parts overturns, spills oil, blocks Ky. highway

Crews working to repair large water leak in Benton, Ill.

Perry Park Center warn of possible COVID-19 exposure in Perryville, Mo.

  Murphysboro Apple Festival to be held, some events postponed

  Cape Girardeau Co. Public Health Center to report difficult potential COVID-19 exposure cases