Nathan Ellgren

Nathan Ellgren

Reporter, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

Nathan Ellgren joins the Heartland News team as a multimedia journalist.

He previously worked as a multimedia journalist/reporter for News-Press Now TV in St. Joseph, Missouri for two years.

He graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder where he studied the performing arts and broadcast journalism. During his stay, Nathan was an anchor and reporter for News Team Boulder.

His hobbies include playing soccer, snowboarding, biking, and a plethora of other activities that involve being in the great outdoors.

Recent Articles by Nathan

  Heartland pediatrician, dietitian react to toxic baby food study

  Heartland MMA fighter opens up about being bullied

  Radar survey finds voids under streets in New Madrid, Mo.

  Heartland Cubs fan backs Cardinals to help friend’s cancer fight

  Jackson police officers recognized for swift water rescue

  Gun violence prevention chapter adds second Heartland group

Message in a bottle found in Ste. Genevieve County connects two families

  Fall allergies in full force, find new relief solutions

  Armadillos can be a nuisance to property owners

  New soccer league kicks open doors for disabled players

  Tragedy to triumph: Puxico teen’s kidney given to family friend

  Medical debt erased for 1,800 in the Heartland

  Heartland businesses banking on Cardinals post-season success

  Sikeston students ‘flush bullying’ with toilet display in front yards

  Candlelight vigil held at VA in Poplar Bluff for suicide awareness

  Police K-9 units train, show skills to public in Cape Girardeau

  Heartland readers take mugshots for ‘banned books week’

  Road survey starts on Sprigg Street in Cape Girardeau, MO

  Veteran Administration hospitals, homes to go smoke free Oct. 1

  Baseball wedding to take place at Capaha Field in Cape Girardeau

  Jackson, Mo. considers annexing private subdivision to develop unused land

  Body of missing Tamms, Ill. man recovered from Mississippi River in Tenn.

  Preliminary hearing set for man accused of shooting deputy and trooper in Carter County, Mo.

  Poplar Bluff nail factory helps Mo. capitol recover from tornado

  Volunteers place flags ahead of Patriot’s Day ceremony at Southeast Missouri State University

  Safety comes first for carnival rides at SEMO District Fair

  Schnucks to prohibit customers from open carry inside stores

  Investigators: Passenger jumped from truck on I-55 to avoid head-on crash and later died; driver facing multiple charges

  More Heartland volunteers plan to aid Hurricane Dorian disaster relief efforts

  Hepatitis A outbreak continues, Mo. health officials urge food workers to get vaccinated