ViewPoints from 2014 - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

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  • 6/3/14 - Heartland's Best

    6/3/14 - Heartland's Best

    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Heartland's Best - 6/3/14
    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Heartland's Best - 6/3/14
  • 5/27/14 - 9/11 Museum

    5/27/14 - 9/11 Museum

    KFVS12 ViewPoint - 9/11 Museum - 5/27/14
    KFVS12 ViewPoint - 9/11 Museum - 5/27/14
  • 5/23/14 - Memorial Day

    5/23/14 - Memorial Day

    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Memorial Day - 5/23/14
    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Memorial Day - 5/23/14
  • 5/20/14 - Summer Travel

    5/20/14 - Summer Travel

    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Summer Travel - 5/20/14
    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Summer Travel - 5/20/14
  • 5/6/14 - Death Penalty

    5/6/14 - Death Penalty

    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Death Penalty - 5/16/14
    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Death Penalty - 5/16/14
  • 4/29/14 - Identity Theft - Guest Commentary

    4/29/14 - Identity Theft - Guest Commentary

    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Identity Theft - 4/29/14
    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Identity Theft - 4/29/14
  • 4/15/14 - Political Contributions

    4/15/14 - Political Contributions

    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Tournament Madness - 4/8/14
    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Tournament Madness - 4/8/14
  • 4/8/14 - Tournament Madness

    4/8/14 - Tournament Madness

    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Tournament Madness - 4/8/14
    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Tournament Madness - 4/8/14
  • 3/25/14 - Colon Cancer

    3/25/14 - Colon Cancer

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    By now most of you know that Bob Reeves is retiring. His final forecast is planned for this Wednesday on Heartland News at Six. For 42 years Bob's been the face of KFVS12. He was hired in 1970 by the
  • 3/18/14 - E-Cigarettes

    3/18/14 - E-Cigarettes

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    By now most of you know that Bob Reeves is retiring. His final forecast is planned for this Wednesday on Heartland News at Six. For 42 years Bob's been the face of KFVS12. He was hired in 1970 by the
  • 2/22/14 - Bob Reeves

    2/22/14 - Bob Reeves

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    By now most of you know that Bob Reeves is retiring. His final forecast is planned for this Wednesday on Heartland News at Six. For 42 years Bob's been the face of KFVS12. He was hired in 1970 by the
  • 1/28/14 - IRS Phishing

    1/28/14 - IRS Phishing

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    W-2s are rolling out across the country and most everyone is starting the dreaded tax process. Every year IRS receives thousands of reports from taxpayers receiving suspicious emails, phone calls, faxes,
  • 1/14/14 -Heartland Blood Drive

    1/14/14 -Heartland Blood Drive

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    Now that we are past the holidays and have 2014 kicked off to a good start, we want to take a couple of moments and ask you for your help. Over the last few weeks about 300 blood drives across 25 states
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