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  • Mary-Ann Maloney

    Mary-Ann Maloney anchors Heartland News at Ten. She's had a big impact on KFVS12 and the community since her arrival here in 1988. Among the many awards she's won are an Emmy, a National Association of
    Emmy award winner Mary-Ann Maloney anchors Heartland News at 10. She's had a big impact on KFVS12 and the community since her arrival here in 1988.
  • Jeff Cunningham

    Jeff Cunningham

    Jeff Cunningham comes to Heartland News from the Sooner State and anchors Heartland News at 5, 6, and 10 and Heartland News at 9 on Fox 23 KBSI. Jeff has been recognized by the Associated Press and the
    Jeff Cunningham anchors Heartland News at 5, 6 and 10.  Jeff was the morning and noon anchor at KOCO-TV prior to joining Heartland News.
  • Kathy Sweeney

    Kathy Sweeney

    Kathy Sweeney anchors Heartland News at 5 and 6. Kathy has been at KFVS12 since June of 1994, when she started as a reporter in our Southern Illinois Newsroom. Since then, she has covered some of the region's
    Kathy Sweeney anchors Heartland News at 5 and 6. She's started in 1994 in our Southern Illinois Newsroom.
  • Jim Burns

    Jim Burns has been with KFVS12 for 33 years, having come to the Heartland from Dothan, Alabama where he worked as a news reporter, bureau chief, and anchor. His 40 year broadcasting career began at the
    For 31 years people in the Heartland have been waking up to Jim Burns on The Breakfast Show.
  • Crystal Britt

    Crystal Britt

    "Reporting live from the family reunion"...those words are tucked away on a VHS tape at Crystal Britt's mother's home in Mulberry Grove, Illinois. At age nine she gave television a try. She was the reporter
    Crystal joined KFVS12 in 2006 as a Weekend Anchor & Reporter. Now she's the Breakfast Show co-anchor.
  • Mollie Lair

    Mollie Lair

    Christy Millweard joins KFVS12 as a reporter/Multi-Media Journalist. She writes, shoots, and edits her own stories to put together the final product you see on air, online, and on the go. Christy comes
    Mollie is our weekend anchor and reporter. She brings network news experience to the Heartland News team.
  • Christy Millweard

    Christy Millweard

    Christy comes to Heartland News from the NBC station in Columbia, Missouri.  She likes to write, shoot, and edit all of her own stories.
    Christy comes to Heartland News from the NBC station in Columbia, Missouri.  She likes to write, shoot, and edit all of her own stories.
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  • Water woes in Thebes

    Water woes in Thebes

    Thursday, April 24 2014 7:59 PM EDT2014-04-24 23:59:33 GMT
    A water main break kept folks in Thebes from doing dishes, taking showers for over 24 hours and they were never told exactly when it was going to be turned back on.It started with a warning from the city.
    A water main break kept folks in Thebes from doing dishes, taking showers for over 24 hours and they were never told exactly when it was going to be turned back on.It started with a warning from the city.
  • Boil water order issued in Murphysboro

    Boil water order issued in Murphysboro

    Thursday, April 24 2014 7:37 PM EDT2014-04-24 23:37:19 GMT
    A boil water order has been issued for the 1900 block of Walnut in Murphysboro. This does not include Jack's Meat Market.
    A boil water order has been issued for the 1900 block of Walnut in Murphysboro. This does not include Jack's Meat Market.
  • I-Team: Would expanding Medicaid help the thousands in MO living without insurance

    I-Team: Would expanding Medicaid help the thousands in Mo. living without insurance?

    I-Team: Would expanding Medicaid help the thousands in Mo. living without insurance?

    Thursday, April 24 2014 7:36 PM EDT2014-04-24 23:36:12 GMT
    About half of the states have made the decision to expand Medicaid. Missouri lawmakers are currently debating the matter in Jefferson City. How will what legislators decide impact the state, and those currently living without health insurance?
    About half of the states have made the decision to expand Medicaid. Missouri lawmakers are currently debating the matter in Jefferson City. How will what legislators decide impact the state, and those currently living without health insurance?
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