Nathan Thomas is a producer at WSAZ.
Nathan is a producer for various newscasts on the NewsChannel 3 schedule and started in September 2019.
Nathan was raised in Loudendale, West Virginia just outside the Charleston city limits and graduated from George Washington High School, going on to earn a degree in online journalism from the W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Marshall University.
They have previously interned with NPR Music’s Mountain Stage.
Nathan also writes and performs stand-up comedy and makes comedy sketches.
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Shocking school surveillance video shows a North Carolina school resource officer walking a middle boy to the office and then abruptly body-slamming him not once, but twice. The officer, who has no previous incidents on his record, has been suspended pending an investigation by the state of North Carolina.
Thomas Callaway, 43, was arrested after turning himself in, Savannah police confirmed to NBC News Saturday. He was released on $1,300 bail.
City Hall told employees to power down and unplug their computers immediately after hackers gained access to government systems on Friday morning. Officials say emergency operations have not been impacted.
A detective testified in court on Friday that the suspect described the stabbing in detail, including the victim fighting back and biting one of her attackers on the finger, according to our New York City affiliate WNBC.
Gunfire erupted inside the Cumberland Mall on Saturday afternoon, wounding one person and sending scores of holiday shoppers fleeing, authorities said.