Sean Evans

Sean Evans

Reporter

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

  Ghost Coast Distillery switching to hand sanitizer production

  Machine helps decontaminate Chatham EMS ambulances

  Domestic violence calls increase as more people stay home

  Online, mail still options to complete 2020 Census

  Truck drivers adapt to virus concerns to keep America running

  SPD taking new steps in COVID-19 Response and Operations Plan

  Ga. ports practicing social distancing; keeping vital business running

  Couples to-be weigh options during pandemic

  Businesses looking at how Savannah’s Declaration of Local Emergency affects them

  New technology helping keep Savannah officers safe, connected amid COVID-19 pandemic

  Homeless shelters adjust operations amidst COVID-19 concerns

  Social distancing and elder care: how you can help

  Savannah mayor leaves business closures in the hands of owners

  High hotel occupancy, crowds expected downtown Savannah despite ‘postponed’ festival

  Memorial Health doctor explains COVID-19 testing process

  Jerry Chambers found guilty of felony murder, vehicular homicide for July 2017 downtown Savannah incident

  GRAPHIC: New testimony in second day of Jerry Chamber’s trial

  Jury selection wraps up for trial of Jerry Chambers, testimony begins

  Interactive Timeline: Jury selection begins in Jerry Chambers trial

  Gun violence victim’s family backing Savannah non-profit

  Savannah Fire Rescue Marine One’s Eastern Wharf fire response

  City of Savannah gives update on coronavirus and St. Patrick’s Day festival

  Tables, tents not allowed in Chippewa and Wright squares during St. Patrick’s Day parade

  City leaders address Savannah flood threat

City of Savannah needs community feedback to update noise ordinance

  Mayor Van Johnson says Savannah is prepared for any coronavirus impact

  Georgia Ports expects low volumes for March

  Ga. Senate passes bill to stop surprise billing for medical patients

  Bull Street businesses on alert after burglaries

  Social media post stalls police operations