Noelle Williams

Noelle Williams

Reporter, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Noelle Williams joined the KFVS12 News team as a reporter/multimedia Journalist.

Noelle is a passionate storyteller with a mission to help better tell stories to leave people feeling more knowledgeable, safer and better represented than they were.

Noelle is a New York native that has always enjoyed media and arts. As a child she participated in ballet and music, dancing for schools such as “The Dance Theatre of Harlem” and singing on stages for recitals and talent shows. Now, Noelle finds herself in front of another crowd, this time behind a screen to help you tell the stories you need to hear.

Noelle began her journey into broadcast journalism as on-camera talent for ESPN streaming services for Southeast Missouri State University. In fall 2019, Noelle was the multimedia editor for her university’s student ran newspaper. In spring 2020, Noelle received two internships, as a news intern with KFVS12 and with the City of Cape Girardeau.

Noelle is excited to continue her journey as a reporter with KFV12 News. Feel free to reach out to noelle.williams@gray.tv, or NoelleWilliamsKFVS on Facebook for story ideas.


Recent Articles by Noelle

  Heartland businesses prepare for graduation crowd

  Heartland Red Cross combats summer blood donation slump

  Casino revenue increases amid pandemic

  Project underway to preserve 4 historical sites in Cairo, Ill.

  Families gather at Heartland restaurants to celebrate Mother’s Day

  Heartland businesses experience Mother’s Day rush

  Heartland community pushes back against false alarm ordinance

  CDC develops guidelines to treat those with lingering COVID-19 symptoms

  Poplar Bluff man to skate 900 miles, brings awareness to homelessness on reservation

  Heartlanders speak out about East Cape Girardeau night club shooting

  Heartland artist creates Downtown Cape Girardeau mural

  Heartland pets adoption increased during the pandemic

  New city ordinance will charge alarm system owners for false alarms

  2021 Southeast Missouri Special Olympics to be held May 3

  Heartlanders react to President Biden recognizing Armenian genocide

  Heartland mother unites with good Samaritan who helped daughter

  S7HD hosts mobile COVID-19 vaccine tour

  Heartland shuttle service offers to transport passengers to STL Lambert International Airport

  Heartland mother searches for mystery good Samaritan

  Portageville Police Chief retires, son takes over

  One month countdown until Tax Day

  More people trying to get in shape during pandemic

  Little league prepares for 2021 season

  Cape Girardeau Islamic Center prepares for Ramadan one year after fire

  Heartland health officials work to vaccinate minority residents

  Cape County Public Health Center: Stop flushing opioids

  Cape Girardeau Co. Public Health Center gains public engagement this election

  Beekeepers prepare for bee swarming season

  Bald Knob Cross of Peace hosts 85th Easter Sunrise Service

  Heartland church hosts Handicapable Easter Egg Hunt