Sean Evans, WTOC11

Sean Evans


Savannah, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Sean:

Savannah city council expands to-go cup zone for 90 days

If you like to take a stroll with your favorite adult beverage, you can walk a little further. Savannah city council approved a pilot program to test a new open container zone Thursday night. → Read More

Kemp and Woods want second year of no state tests in Georgia

Georgia’s governor and the state school superintendent say they’ll ask federal permission to suspend all state standardized testing for a second year. → Read More

Marker dedicated to Rev. Clementa Pinckney

In Jasper County on Wednesday, members of the historic society and the church that Clementa Pinckney grew up in and delivered his first sermon paid tribute to the late senator. → Read More

Savannah city leaders to review use of force police policies

This week, Savannah Mayor Van Johnson accepted former President Barack Obama’s challenge. Obama wants cities to review use of force policies in their communities. → Read More

Nearly $2 million worth of cocaine seized at Port of Savannah

Three Florida men have been charged with attempting to distribute and import the drugs. → Read More

Savannah drains being cleared, prepared for hurricane season

Anytime Savannah sees a lot of rain in a short time period, street flooding in at least a few spots around town follows. → Read More

Young organizer planning marches all week to Savannah City Hall

A group of protesters were outside Savannah City Hall on Monday. → Read More

Savannah Police investigate second flashing incident

For the second time in about a week, Savannah police are investigating a flashing incident. → Read More

New cellphone tracker tool helping find boaters in distress

The U.S Coast Guard and marine rescue crews are using a new tool that helps find boaters in distress. → Read More

Coronavirus: Publix ending designated shopping times for seniors, expanding store hours

Publix has announced a change to its store hours as the reopening process continues amid the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

City of Savannah announces latest initiative in Resilient Savannah plan

Wednesday afternoon, Savannah Mayor Van Johnson announced the latest initiative out of the plan called Resilient Savannah that aims to help safely re-open Savannah’s economy. → Read More

Savannah mayor asks city attorney to investigate legal rights of enforcing use of masks

During this week’s COVID-19 response update, Savannah Mayor Van Johnson expressed again his concern and frustration with the lack of social distancing and people wearing masks. → Read More

Nicolas Cage to star as Joe Exotic in limited TV series

The TV series is the first for Cage, who has played a range of characters in movies including “Leaving Las Vegas,” for which he won an Oscar, “Moonstruck” and “National Treasure.” → Read More

On Pause: Savannah-area entertainment production and the millions it generates

t’s an industry that has become a massive economic driver for Georgia, especially in the Savannah area. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s mostly at a standstill. → Read More

Savannah arena project still on track for 2022

As the COVID-19 pandemic has brought many industries to a halt altogether, we’ve seen construction projects pushing forward. → Read More

5 dead after tornado passes through Hampton County, S.C.

Five people are dead after a tornado swept through parts of Hampton County, S.C. in the early-morning hours on Monday, the Hampton County Emergency Management Agency confirmed. → Read More

Savannah leaders discuss hazard pay plan for city employees

Leaders with the City of Savannah are looking to implement hazard pay for those critical and essential workers who are helping provide much-needed services for residents. → Read More

United Way of the Coastal Empire seeing need for renter assistance increase

Over the past few weeks, the workload and efforts of area non-profits have sky-rocketed amid the COVID-19 crisis and it’s a far-reaching impact on those living in Coastal Georgia. → Read More

Ga. DNR prepares to enforce social distancing rules

Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division says this past weekend was particularly busy out on the water, and that not all boaters were practicing social distancing as they should. → Read More

Domestic violence calls increase as more people stay home

Shelter at home orders and advice from other local, state and federal governments have a lot of Americans living and working in close quarters right now. → Read More