Sean Evans

Sean Evans


Sean Evans joins WTOC as a multi-media journalist coming all the way from the Bluegrass State. He previously worked for the CBS affiliate in Lexington, Kentucky, and got his start in the business in the mountains of eastern Kentucky for a CBS station in Hazard.

Sean is a proud graduate of the University of Kentucky, and will always be a die-hard fan in the Big Blue Nation!

Sean and his wife are excited to call the Coastal Empire home, and are looking forward to all of the adventures the area offers.

Recent Articles by Sean

  Nonprofit groups request county dollars at Chatham County’s 2020 budget hearing

  Chatham County Youth Commission recognized by county commissioners

Grant funding to help Chatham County Juvenile Court

  Teens identified on video vandalizing StoneWalk neighborhood

  Savannah Police Chief talks crime with Downtown Business Association

  Good Samaritan stops to fix memorial display on I-16 in Bryan County

  Effingham Co. deputies searching for man who tied up, abandoned dog

  Keeping up tree health to prevent falling limbs, trees in storms

  ECSO ramps up traffic enforcement as part of ’100 Days of Summer H.E.A.T.'

  City, contractor trying to mitigate flooding as storm water line work continues in Savannah

  Savannah City Council agrees on Civic Center demolition

  Savannah city leaders say there’s enough funding to support new public works complex

  Dissolved oxygen injection on Hutchinson Island looks to be success

  New booster shot required for GA students in Fall ’20

  Teens prepare for jobs during Summer 500 training

  Bloomingdale PD’s ‘Warrant Segment’ continues to find wanted people

  Tybee Island recovery efforts continue years after hurricanes

  Savannah’s Summer 500 program officially kicks off

  Pembroke apartment building destroyed by fire

  SCCPSS facing lawsuit stating student raped on school bus in 2017

  Effingham Deputy laid to rest after battle with cancer

  Triple-digit temps putting pressure on road surfaces

  MCCD ‘Stop the Threat’ campaign focusing on motor carrier safety

  Hot weather to place stress on A/C units

  Chatham Co. Commission discusses increasing staff at County Probate Court

  Weapons Carry License application numbers up in Chatham County

  Pedicab businesses continue to work outside in extreme heat

  Chatham County Police Department discusses crime trends during bimonthly report

  Chatham County approves staff increase for hurricane evacuations

  Chatham Co. Commission approves more SPLOST funds for industrial park