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

City of Savannah uses eminent domain to fight blight

  Savannah church sends more donations to the Bahamas

Area communities hold 9/11 remembrance ceremonies, events

Free construction training information fair being offered in Savannah

One person injured in Friday night shooting on LeGrand Street

Several Savannah businesses remain open ahead of Dorian

  Federal crews install gauges to monitor possible Dorian impacts

Savannah Philharmonic looking to expand services outside Chatham Co.

Partnership approved between Richmond Hill Fire, Chatham Fire

  Beaufort County superintendent meets with parents to discuss suggestions, concerns

Stolen SUV found in the Ogeechee River

  Mayor DeLoach holding public meeting to discuss Highlands community truck ban

First day of school for thousands of Lowcountry students

  Pete Buttigieg campaigns in the Lowcountry

  2019 Ga. Highway Safety Conference underway in Savannah

  New Statesboro to Savannah shuttle service begins for Georgia Southern staff, students

Georgia Southern preparing to welcome students this week

  GS quarterback speaks publicly after drug charges dropped

Savannah Police investigate crash that injured 3-year-old girl

  Students start the new school year in Effingham County

Pooler PD cracks down on school zone speeders

Suspect sought in Wheaton St. double shooting turns himself in

  Salvation Army tries to “stuff the bus” to help area students

  Family spends Savannah reunion giving back at Second Harvest

  Thanks to extension, improvement work continues on McQueen’s Trail

  Chatham Co. Animal Shelter asking for community help after overcrowding issues

  SCCPSS cafeteria employees return to school, prepare for new year with new prices

Savannah Police investigating 2 Saturday shootings

  SLED investigating deputy-involved shooting in Sun City

  Savannah-Chatham holds second annual back to school event