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

  Tybee Island expecting big crowds for Independence Day weekend

  COVID-19 impacting Fourth of July tourism in Savannah

  Senior Citizens, Inc. kicks off annual fan drive

  Savannah’s first public race event since pandemic began set for July 4

  J. F. Gregory Park in Richmond Hill reopens with upgrades

  Health officials seeing a rise in COVID-19 cases among youths

  City council considers expanding Savannah’s open container zone

  City of Richmond Hill holding food drive with donor perks

  Tybee restaurant reopens for a second time after earlier COVID-19 exposure

  Mayor Van Johnson to consider mandate requiring face coverings in public

Senior Citizen’s Inc. works on reopening plan

SEDA creates new incentive to attract more young professionals to Chatham County

  With more large gathering allowed in Ga., some popular Savannah events start planning for fall

Savannah city council to allow public comments during virtual meetings

  City of Savannah working to improve some busy streets

  New program helps Savannah restaurants expand outdoor seating

Tybee Main Street Program lends a hand to local businesses

  Tybee art gallery owners push for more creativity on the island

  Summer camps adjust to comply with COVID-19 guidelines

  Savannah’s curfew ends, city remains peaceful overnight following protests

  In-person mass resumes Sunday in Ga. under new procedures

  Coastal Ga. Botanical Gardens reopens Thursday

  Salvation Army continues to help those impacted by COVID-19

Savannah veterans honor fallen heroes at Laurel Grove South

  Observing Memorial Day in Coastal Ga. during a pandemic

  Tybee Island prepares for busy Memorial Day weekend

  As Ga. eases restrictions, state troopers prepare for a possible busy Memorial Day weekend

  Bars eager to reopen, frustrated ahead of Memorial Day weekend

  Savannah works to revitalize tourism industry

  Summer camps adjusting to follow state health guidelines