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, or NoelleWilliamsKFVS on Facebook for story ideas.

Recent Articles by Noelle

  City of Sikeston works to keep storm water clean

  Parents struggle to afford child care during pandemic

  Frozen gutters may damage homes

  Heartland organization plans to build housing facility for homeless pregnant women

  Good Samaritan helps neighbors clear snow from driveways

  Fire officials stress safety precautions when using space heaters

  Crews prepare roads for severe winter weather

  Winter weather impacts Valentines Day deliveries

  Icy conditions impact homebound Heartlanders

  Experts say keep pets inside during cold temperatures

  Possible power outages due to cold weather

  Southern Illinois high school dance teams prepare for competition season

  Heartland stores busy due to weather, Super Bowl

  Heartland prepares for weekend snowfall

  Elderly struggle to schedule COVID-19 vaccine, Heartland health dept. offers to help

  Heartland city owes $150,000 to water company, residents demand answers

  Heartlanders wait for COVID-19 vaccine

  Heartland assisted living facility receives COVID-19 vaccine.

  Jim Gaffigan’s sons part of National Quilt Museum’s School Block Challenge exhibit

In-person Boy Scout meetings resume

  Canceled COVID-19 vaccines due to shared link

  Southeast Missouri State University students return amidst pandemic

  Heartland funeral homes see increase in business

Jail visitation moves forward

  Cape Girardeau clinic enters COVID-19 vaccination Phase 1b

  Therapeutic horsemanship helps people with disabilities

  Missing Williamson Co. man found dead

  Organizers host “MLK Love Train”

  Heartland officials prepare roads, bridges for snow

  Heartland florist suggests shopping early for Valentine’s Day flowers