Bryan Henry, WSFA 12 News

Bryan Henry

WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • WTOC11
  • WALB News 10
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • wdam
  • KSLA News 12
  • WMBFNews.com
  • wave3news
  • WBTV News
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Recent articles by Bryan:

2nd drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine clinic to be held this weekend and next week in Montgomery

The city of Montgomery will be hosting two separate drive-thru clinics for those getting their doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Hundreds of MPS employees receive first COVID-19 vaccine

Hundreds of Montgomery Public Schools employees got their first COVID-19 vaccine shot at Alabama State University. → Read More

Montgomery County woman loses home, husband’s ashes in fire

A Montgomery County woman faces a daunting task of starting over in ways she never imagined. → Read More

Montgomery County woman loses home, husband’s ashes in fire

A Montgomery County woman faces a daunting task of starting over in ways she never imagined. → Read More

Montgomery launches LEAPS program to close learning gap caused by pandemic

A new education program is on the way to help Montgomery public school children close the learning gap brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Now’s the time to protect your pipes or risk pricey repairs

Montgomery area plumbers say they haven’t been slammed with calls yet but know they’re coming based on history. → Read More

Couple arrested in Coosa County child porn case

A couple were arrested in a child pornography investigation in Coosa County. → Read More

River Region merchants face challenges in finding enough help

There are good signs the overall economy is beginning to turn for the better but many employers in the River Region and beyond are grappling with a major challenge. → Read More

Hundreds turn out for Selma’s mass vaccination clinic

Mass vaccination clinics for COVID-19 are underway at sites around Alabama, including in the Selma area. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccinations continue for Alex City public school teachers

The second group of teachers got their first COVID-19 vaccination shots at Russell Medical Center. → Read More

Tallapoosa County’s New Site set to welcome first health care complex

Friday, local residents, along with state leaders, cut the ribbon on a years-long project that has the potential to impact 5,000 people. → Read More

IRS mistakenly tells thousands they are ineligible for stimulus checks

The Internal Revenue Service said it accidentally told thousands of taxpayers they weren’t receiving a stimulus check. → Read More

Selma’s Vaughan Regional preps for major COVID-19 vaccination clinic

Preparations are underway to hold a massive COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Selma starting on Feb. 8. About 5,000 doses will be up for grabs. → Read More

Loss of 2 FBI agents in Florida felt by Alabama law enforcement

The unfolding drama and the horror of it all were felt much closer to home, right here in the River Region. → Read More

Alex City school teachers start receiving COVID-19 vaccinations

More than 100 Alex City public school teachers got their COVID-19 vaccination shots Friday. → Read More

Alex City public school personnel to get COVID-19 vaccinations

More than 200 teachers and additional personnel for Alexander City Schools will get COVID-19 vaccinations. → Read More

Historic St. James Hotel in Selma reopens

It’s been a journey, but the historic St. James Hotel in Selma has reopened. → Read More

High school senior killed in west Alabama store shootout

A long simmering feud between Kendrell Foster and another person exploded into an exchange of gunfire, all in plain view of horrified customers → Read More

High school senior killed in west Alabama store shootout

A long simmering feud between Kendrell Foster and another person exploded into an exchange of gunfire, all in plain view of horrified customers → Read More

Charges dropped against Tallassee mayor, 1 other

All charges have been dropped against Tallassee Mayor Johnny Hammock and another person after the Elmore County grand jury declined to indict them. → Read More