Erin Logan

Erin Logan

Cleveland, Ohio

Erin Logan co-anchors the 5/5:30 PM news alongside Tiffani Tucker. You can also catch her reports on 19 News at 4 and PM. Erin 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. In July 2019, she completed a series of online courses through the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business 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

  North Royalton family honors one of their own, a US marine who died in Iraq in 2005

  Cuyahoga County officials say the Justice Center is COVID-19 free months after release of non-violent inmates

  North Ridgeville man facing criminal trespassing charges in Cleveland Metroparks Zoo incident

  Cleveland salon customer attacked after refusing to pay full amount; celebrity stylist steps up (graphic video)

  More than $3M spent on overtime for Cleveland May 30 riots, follow-up security and cleanup

  Cleveland City Council members grill Police Chief Calvin Williams over minority recruitment

  Bedford teen creates her own peaceful protest at home

  Pediatricians concerned about dramatic drop in wellness visits during pandemic

  St. Raphael’s Church preparing for first in-person mass in months

  Ohio teen still missing after heading to a tanning salon Sunday

  Longtime Northeast Ohio salon owner hoping people slowly ease back into business

  Teen with cerebral palsy graduating at the top of his class at Cleveland STEM high school

  Cleveland high school grad’s life story to be featured on Showtime

  Personal trainer starts petition saying small studios and private facilities are being ignored

  Be the Match still building hope, saving lives during pandemic

  Airbnb warning the platform is not for parties or gatherings at this time

  US Postal Service employee and cartoonist expressing gratitude through his art: 19 News Everyday Heroes

  Domestic violence calls increase during pandemic

  Shaker Heights will still hold virtual graduation ceremony, but district open to discuss future plans

  Shaker Heights parents and seniors to protest against virtual graduation ceremony plan

  Dialysis centers get a special lunch delivery from Cleveland’s Nuevo Modern Mexican

  Stark County snack maker need to fill 50 positions

  Cleveland Clinic doctors and nurses will spend weeks at NYC hospital helping with COVID-19 crisis

  Recognizing dispatchers during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

  Former zoo employee from Ohio doesn’t believe ‘Tiger King’ was guilty of murder-for-hire plot

  Four Cleveland police officers test positive for COVID-19, what you can do to help

  Everyday hero sewing hundreds of masks to keep others safe

  EVS worker for MetroHealth System called an everyday hero

  ICU respiratory specialist recognized as an everyday hero

  Cleveland police officer recognized as everyday hero for raising spirits at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport