Logan joins the Eyewitness News team after working for CBS affiliates in Grand Junction, Colorado, as the main anchor and executive producer, and Columbus, Georgia, where he served as the morning anchor. Logan’s career in news, however, is somewhat of a second act.
After careers in teaching and hospitality management among others, Logan packed up his belongings and moved to New York City to return to school and pursue his childhood dream of being a news anchor.
During his time in New York, Logan interned at CUNY TV, the city-run educational programming station, as well as MSNBC. The Big Apple gave Logan the opportunity to cover both local and national politics, national sporting events with Olympic athletes, and assist with coverage of NFL anthem protests, the Southland, Texas, church shooting and more.
While in Georgia, Logan participated in the media panel for the nationally covered gubernatorial race between Stacy Abrams and Brian Kemp, reported on Steve Harvey’s “The Rock” camp for teen boys, and provided exclusive coverage during a citywide search for a missing father and son. After relocating to Colorado, Logan spent most of his time anchoring, but was the first on scene for a major wildfire which started during a small town’s peach festival.
Aside from searching for the best buffalo wings and chicken parmesan on the planet, Logan enjoys baseball (go Braves!), skiing, hiking, basketball and golf.
Originally from the Hudson Valley of New York, living back on the East Coast has made him and his pup, Maddux, right at home. Shortly before moving to Providence, Logan found out his family is a part of the line of Wilbers (Wilbore/Wilbor) which dates back to the founding of Portsmouth and areas like Little Compton.