Erin Logan

Erin Logan has been a journalist all over the country. Most recently, she was a reporter at WCBS in New York. For five years, she was an Anchor/Reporter in Connecticut at both Fox 61 and News 8. Erin has reported in other top markets such as Boston and Orlando. Erin’s second job over the years has been teaching at the collegiate level. She was a journalism instructor at Quinnipiac University, University of Bridgeport, Johnson and Wales, Holy Cross College, and the University of Indiana South Bend. Erin also conducted media training workshops at the University of Notre Dame. She’s currently taking courses online at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business earning an Executive Certificate in Nonprofit Fund Development. In November of 2017, Erin won the title of Ms. Connecticut New England States. Her platform was a woman's empowerment program she created called REVIVE. She enjoys being involved in the community and volunteering at organizations that help women achieve their goals and those that help underprivileged families. Erin graduated Magna Cum Laude from Syracuse University. She has a Master's Degree in Broadcast Journalism from Boston University.

Recent Articles by Erin

  Michael Jackson memorabilia staying at Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

  Facebook post on North Canton stolen dogs breaks social media; owner offering reward for pets’ safe return

  What has changed? Cleveland 19 returns to downtown parking garage where sexual assault took place

  Controversy surrounding Lorain councilman deepens after latest OVI arrest

  US Marshals scouring Northeast Ohio for fake preacher who’s accused of relationship with minor

  Man caught on camera stealing $100K worth of jewelry from Seven Hills Kmart

  Trebek diagnosis: Cleveland Clinic describes uphill battle when patients face pancreatic cancer

  Cleveland mom furious after daughter’s fingers broken at school

  Safety of Cleveland parking garage questioned after sexual assault, property manager evaluating security

  Ohio nail salon getting a lot of attention over its risque name

  Lakewood restaurant owner responds to backlash over Instagram posts many say target addicts

  Teachers at special needs school in Parma announce strike

  Cleveland Heights Police search for person of interest In suspicious death of mother of 6

  'Kids are very accessible to people who mean to do them harm’: Convicted sex offenders found on Facebook

  Residents living along the Vermilion River prepping for potential flooding

  Cleveland family without windows during deep freeze

  Helpline launched to keep Northeast Ohio’s elderly safe and calm during deep freeze

  Cavaliers scoring big points with Boys and Girls Clubs of Cleveland

  Experts urge Northeast Ohioans to be proactive to avoid frozen and busted pipes

  Snow plow operators urging parents to pay close attention