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

  Family pleads for information in 2017 Garden City murder

  Savannah PD offering online police reporting system for citizens

  Savannah City Council sees development master plan taking city to 2033

  City Council gets update on Savannah Manufacturing Center

SCCPSS superintendent gives update on start of school year

  SCCPSS board member asks for second look at summer assignment load

  SCCPSS Board gets update on cost savings, nutrition program

  Georgia Insurance Commissioner asking for GUA board members’ resignation

  Blue-green algae causes scare amongst pet owners

  SPD, DCS Operation Summer Heat nets guns, drugs while checking on probation, parolees

  Savannah to host history round-up for Frogtown, Yamacraw, West Broad current & former residents

  Chatham Area Transit awarded federal grant money for new ferry

  Chatham County working to reduce theft from unlocked cars

  List of cities opposing offshore drilling continues to grow

  Tybee Island mayor responds to viral arrest video

  12 Tybee Island homes approved to receive FEMA grants

  New details emerge after contractor’s body found near Houlihan Bridge

  SCCPSS leaders talk bus transportation, driver numbers ahead of first day of school

  Body found at Houlihan Bridge following search for barge worker

  Savannah Police Chief talks crime stats, staffing and initiatives with City Council

  Family of Pooler shooting victim searching for answers

  Port Wentworth Police warn drivers against going around barrier at Meinhard, Monteith roads

  Online video prompts threats to Effingham County Sheriff’s Office

  Beaufort Co. judge modifies bond for man charged in February fatal boat crash

  Police investigate deadly shooting at the Carlyle in Godley Station

  SPD aims to maintain community relationships, proactive stance on violent crime

  Commission discusses security changes after suspicious package left at old Chatham Co. Courthouse

  Savannah church damaged in fire scheduled to be demolished Friday

  Judge considering bond for murder suspect following 2015 death of SSU student

  Savannah-area agencies undergo mock hazmat training on Hutchinson Island