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

  Student diversity meeting held on Statesboro campus after book burning incident

  Arrest made for 2018 reported rape at Georgia Southern

Driver facing DUI, other charges after striking 2 pedestrians with vehicle on Tybee Island

  Savannah PD announces multiple gang indictments

  Savannah Fire holds demonstration for Fire Safety Week

  Savannah City Council considering quadricycle change

  Savannah City Council to consider alcohol change on quadricycle businesses

  Developers give update on Georgia International Trade Center in Effingham County

  Chatham County Police using new protocol to assist victims of domestic violence

  Results in for City of Savannah’s ‘Class and Comp Study’

  Garden City residents concerned about possible rate hike on monthly GA Power bill

  Georgia State Defense Force doing annual training this weekend in Savannah

West Bay Street improvements continue, fines against contractor build

  Community cooperation still needed to curb rising violent crimes in Savannah

Monteith, Hendley roads in Port Wentworth back open following road improvements

  Savannah community center demolished, residents weigh in on new center design

  Savannah Film Alliance reacts to temporary halt of new Ga. abortion law

  2019 State of the Region held on Hilton Head Island

  Georgia DNR game wardens getting hunters ready for busy season

  8 arrested at Savannah car wash

  Georgia Commission on Freight and Logistics meeting in Savannah this week

  Citizens asking City of Savannah for traffic solution to prevent crashes at 37th, Whitaker St.

  Juliette Gordon Low birthplace finalist in campaign to receive share of $2 million grant

  Chatham County health experts monitoring vaping illnesses

  Pooler Police implementing tools to curb distracted driving

  Cleanup efforts continue at Evergreen Cemetery

  Port Wentworth exceeds FY19 hotel/motel tax collection goal

  Chatham County Mosquito Control using chickens to detect Triple E

  ESPLOST paying for SCCPSS security upgrades

  Richmond Hill landlords facing federal charges of discriminating against families with children