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

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

  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

Designs move forward for new flood wall in Caruthersville, Mo.

  Park along New Madrid riverfront closes after mud traps woman overnight

  Heartland farmer reacts to flooding, trade war

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

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

  Swollen river causes sinkholes in Caruthersville, Mo.

  Heavy rains add to farm flooding in New Madrid, MO

  The Landing reopening after high water on Current River shuts down some river floating

  Missouri medical marijuana policy adoption delayed in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

  Time runs out on Mo. drug monitoring bill, supporters still fighting

  High water at Wappapello Lake affecting businesses, recreation

  Southeast MO counties still assessing flood damage, look at funding

  Mississippi River flooding forcing wildlife onto levees, roads

  Heartland farmers behind schedule, anxious about wet weather

  Week spotlights work done by Heartland 911 dispatchers

  Heartland inmates pack meals for hungry kids in other countries

Locally sourced restaurant turns invasive species into new sandwich

Mid Continent Steel & Wire receives steel tariff exemption

Crews battle early morning fire at businesses in Hayti Heights, MO

  Heartland volunteer fire department applies for FEMA grant to train new recruits

J.C. Penney store in Sikeston, MO to close this summer

  BSA starts new all-girl troop in Sikeston, MO

Missouri House passes bill on fentanyl trafficking

  Missouri bill looks to ban drone flying over state prisons

Partial gov’t shutdown could affect MO families who rely on WIC

Sheriff: 8.6M awarded to Carter Co. by FEMA to rebuild after flooding