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

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

  Large animal veterinarian fears the specialty is a ‘dying breed’

  Seep water recedes, trees start dying in East Cape Girardeau, Ill.

  East Cape Girardeau village leaders vote to condemn mobile home park, other areas

  Ill. residents await federal assistance after flooding

  Tickborne illnesses on the rise in one Heartland county

  Heartland farmer reacts to flooding, trade war

  Cape Girardeau airport secures new funding, explores improvement ideas

  Man from McClure, Ill. finds black mold inside flooded home

  Landowner waiting for barges to be removed from Alexander Co. property

  Cape Girardeau clinic helping patients sign up for medical marijuana cards

  Route 3 between East Cape Girardeau, Gale, Ill. to remain closed this weekend

  Cleanup begins at flooded Trail of Tears State Park campsite

  Drains, water pumps key to falling floodwaters in Alexander Co. Ill.

  More than 400 cases of product collected in ‘Flood the Bus’ event

  Rte. 146 between East Cape Girardeau, Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge reopens; parts of Rte. 3 still covered with water

  Trash, mail services return to flooded parts of Alexander Co. Ill.

  Carter County preserving flooded documents with scanners

  East Cape Girardeau veteran bakes cookies for National Guard

  New technology making flood gage readings more accurate

  East Cape Girardeau, Ill. braces for more rain as floodwaters start to recede

  Gravity drains open to flush out floodwaters in Alexander County, Ill.

  Railroad crews repair flood damage, businesses hurting from no train access

  Crews clean muddy mess behind flood gates in Ste. Genevieve, MO

  Red Cross starts assessing flood damage in Alexander County

  Repairs to Cape Girardeau bridge on track despite flooding, extra traffic

  Pet owner staying in East Cape Girardeau, Ill. despite rain adding to flooding

  How much damage can driving through flood waters cause?

  Curfew issued due to flooding in East Cape Girardeau and McClure, Ill.

  Plan to raise Illinois Route 3 to combat flooding gains traction