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.
Elected officials were mum at Cleveland City Hall on Monday as detectives continue to investigate a murder where Mayor Frank Jackson’s grandson is a prime suspect. As this hangs over the city, the police department is still under the microscope for its consent decree with the feds.
The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office said the death was a homicide, and a complete autopsy and toxicological test performed at the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office showed the teen died of “acute fentanyl intoxication.”
A brazen thief walked into a Maple Heights beauty salon and robbed a client at gunpoint.Surveillance footage inside Ro’Mae Total Beauty from Tuesday morning shows the armed robber turn left, then sprint out the door with a woman’s purse.
Just days before the start of a new school year, a Cleveland Heights mother is afraid to send her daughter back to her elementary school. In fact, she filed a police report this week about an alleged sexual assault incident she claims was never investigated last school year.
Investigators say eight people were inside the home day care when the fire ripped through it. The day care owner and two teens made it out, but the five children -- between 9 months-old and 8 years old -- did not. Four of them were Shevonta Overton’s kids.
Over the last few decades, the Indians' ballpark has changed locations and names but, there is one thing that has stayed the same. We’re talking about the beat of the drum and the man behind it, John Adams.