Nathan Ellgren, NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Nathan Ellgren

NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Cape Girardeau, MO, United States

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Past articles by Nathan:

1 dead, 7 rescued after gas explosion levels Baltimore homes

A natural gas explosion destroyed three row houses in Baltimore on Monday morning, killing a woman and trapping other people in the debris. At least seven people were seriously injured, and firefighters were searching for more survivors. → Read More

Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

The number of newly confirmed coronavirus cases across the country per day has reached more than 26,000, up from about 21,000 two weeks ago, according to an Associated Press analysis of data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. → Read More

Joel Schumacher, director of ‘St. Elmo’s Fire,’ dies at 80

A representative for Schumacher said the filmmaker died Monday in New York after a year-long battle with cancer. → Read More

Amber Alert: 10-year-old abducted in Idaho

Authorities believe Gage Joslin, 10, was abducted by his non-custodial parent, Chelsi Urias. → Read More

Existing home sales plunge 9.7% in 3rd straight monthly drop

Sales fell in all regions of the country, with the biggest decline coming in the Northeast where virus infections were especially heavy. → Read More

AP FACT CHECK: Examining claims from the Democratic debate

Seven Democratic presidential candidates sparred Friday night in a wide-ranging debate held in the pivotal days before the New Hampshire primary. → Read More

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

A nonprofit from St. Louis is helping Heartland parents spot warning signs of alcohol and drug use in their teens bedroom. → Read More

‘Hamilton’ by original cast coming to a film screen near you

The groundbreaking, biographical hip-hop show about the life of Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton won 11 Tony Awards and made numerous tours. → Read More

Families recognize decade of service at Southeast’s Autism Center

Heartland families are recognizing the impact Southeast's Autism Center has had on their lives for the past decade. → Read More

Perryville, Mo. debates location of future crematorium

Cremations are becoming a popular end of life option in the U.S. → Read More

Missouri bill proposes library review boards, removing “inappropriate sexual material”

A proposed bill in Missouri's House looks to restrict content at public libraries that is deemed "inappropriate" by an elected board. → Read More

Missouri bill proposes library review boards, removing “inappropriate sexual material”

A proposed bill in Missouri's House looks to restrict content at public libraries that is deemed "inappropriate" by an elected board. → Read More

Bell City High School helps kids with hygiene supplies

Bell City high school creates a free hygiene drawer for students to take items as needed. → Read More

GRAPHIC: Teen uses hidden cameras to record alleged parental abuse in Fla.

The 14-year-old installed security cameras at home to prove her allegations of abuse, and the videos led to the father's arrest. → Read More

Report: Maryland police destroyed 270 rape kits in 2 years

Two police departments named in the report said the numbers cited are for several years, not two, and that the kits they did destroy were in full compliance with the law. → Read More

Food safety alert for romaine lettuce continues into new year

It’s a food safety alert you may have forgotten about that has sent dozens of people to the hospital including in Illinois. → Read More

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

Heartland minimum wage workers are getting a raise, but the new laws are also placing an extra burden on small businesses. → Read More

Makanda, Ill. celebrates ‘Cannabis Liberation Day’

Dozens of people celebrated 'Cannabis Liberation Day' at an event in Makanda, Illinois. → Read More

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

A Heartland marine gave a special gift to mechanics who fixed his truck for free while he was on active duty. → Read More

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

With sweat on his brow and a country song in his heart, a 95-year-old Heartland man is proving you’re never too old to pump some iron. → Read More