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

  New storm spotters certified month after EF-2 tornado hits Jackson, Mo.

  Crash kills Missouri tow truck driver, proves importance of ‘Move Over’ law

Missouri lawmaker proposes bill to ban kratom

  “Hidden in Plain View” display helps Heartland parents spot risky teen habits

  Baby born during a speedy drive to the hospital

  Long-time KC Chiefs fans witness 2nd Super Bowl victory

  Marion, Ill. church serves Super Bowl ribs for a cause

  Families recognize decade of service at Southeast’s Autism Center

  Locally-owned cannabis company blooms in Missouri’s Bootheel

  Heartland travel agents react to Caribbean earthquake

  Heartland athletes commemorate Kobe Bryant

  Banquet hall shooting reignites liquor license battle

  Perryville, Mo. debates location of future crematorium

  For many Chiefs fans this Super Bowl is a first

  Missouri bill proposes library review boards, removing ‘inappropriate sexual material’

  Court rules parts of Missouri voter ID law as unconstitutional

  Heartland farmers “cautiously optimistic” about new China trade agreement

  Pond upgrade next for Capaha Park improvements

  Storm spotters in Butler Co. are ‘all hands on deck’ for severe weather

  Army Corps of Western Kentucky prepares for heavy rainfall

  Are milk bankruptcies impacting Heartland dairy farmers?

  Food safety alert for romaine lettuce continues into new year

  Heartland minimum wage workers get raise, small businesses struggle to keep up

  Makanda, Ill. celebrates ‘Cannabis Liberation Day’

  Marine gives military coins to mechanics who fixed his truck for free

  95-year-old from Dexter, Mo. sings country tunes as he works out

  Hotel in Miner, Mo overcomes fire and reopens

  Scott City congregation to replace church destroyed by fire

  Missouri approves Heartland facilities to cultivate, deliver medical marijuana

  U.S. lawmakers raise legal age to 21 for tobacco, vaping products