Zach Logan

Zach Logan


Savannah, GA

After spending two years in Southwest Georgia, Zach Logan is excited to be reporting in his hometown of Savannah. Zach joined the WTOC news team in January 2018 as a reporter. He now serves as the morning reporter for THE News at Daybreak.

Before returning home, Zach worked as the morning reporter for WALB News 10's 'Today in Georgia,' so, he's no stranger to the 2:30 a.m. alarm clock. Zach says his favorite part about working the morning shift is the variety of stories he gets to share with viewers. From traffic impacts following a major accident to ice skating with Disney characters, Zach has experienced it all.

He's proud to be a "true Savannahian" with roots in both the Effingham and Savannah Chatham Public School Systems. He even studied vocal performance at Savannah Arts Academy and went on to graduate with a bachelor's degree in English from Armstrong State University.

Growing up in the Coastal Empire, it was always a dream for Zach to report for the Big Red 11. Before school, Zach would watch Dave Turley and Mike Cihla in the mornings. And at night, he'd beg his parents to let him stay up to watch Dawn Baker and Mike Manhatton anchor THE News at 11.

When he's not working the morning show, Zach enjoys traveling to other cities, working out, or just laying on the couch binge-watching reality TV.

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Recent Articles by Zach

  Health officials offer guidance for safe fall celebrations

  Savannah city council to discuss funding for new homeless plan

  Salvation Army gets head start on holiday campaign

  Senior Citizens, Inc. remains closed to the public

  Board approves phased, hybrid re-entry plan for Savannah-Chatham schools

  City of Savannah seeks public input on new strategic plan

  SCCPSS board discussing phased plan to return to in-person classes

Several area school districts start the new school year Tuesday

  Coastal Heritage Society museums open on Labor Day

Roads expected to be busy during Labor Day weekend

Forsyth Farmers’ Market sees high sales despite pandemic

Some Savannah private schools reporting zero COVID-19 cases so far

Round 2 of applications open for CARES Act funding

  Sen. Kelly Loeffler making a stop in Savannah on her ’All About Georgia’ tour

  Maritime Bethel Savannah looking to raise more than $1 million for new Seafarer’s center

  Area health officials advise waiting until fall for flu vaccine

  Local Red Cross prepares to assist along Gulf Coast

Wayne, McIntosh County Schools start the new school year

  Coastal Health District offers suggestions for safe gatherings

  Georgia Southern offers on-campus COVID-19 testing

Broughton Streetscape Project runs into unforeseen repairs

  Second Harvest plans to help feed students during school year

  SCCPSS offers registration assistance on Savannah’s southside

  Several Savannah private schools head back to class Monday

  Toombs County students head back to school Friday

  New businesses coming to Tybee Island

  Effingham County Schools kick off the new school year both in-person, virtually

  Local gyms requiring face coverings during workouts

  Savannah’s new Plant Riverside District open to the public

  CHD reminds parents about back-to-school immunizations