Ashley Bowerman, WSFA 12 News

Ashley Bowerman

WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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Recent:
  • WSFA 12 News
  • WBRC FOX6 News
Past:
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • WALB News 10
  • WTVM News Leader 9
  • WMBFNews.com

Recent articles by Ashley:

Antibody treatment showing positive results in Montgomery, doctor says

Dr. David Thrasher said roughly 1,000 patients have received the treatment in Montgomery, and that it has been a “game changer.” → Read More

‘68 was too high’: Montgomery police chief addresses 2020 homicide rate

MPD said they ended 2020 with a solvability rate of 74%, meaning 50 out of the 68 cases were solved. → Read More

Report shows over $244M invested in downtown Montgomery since 2014

In 2020, despite struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic, $50 million in reported construction values were invested downtown. → Read More

Montgomery County homicide case backlog piles up as pandemic drags on

There are 191 murder cases waiting to go before a judge, according to Montgomery County District Attorney Daryl Bailey. → Read More

8 cases of UK COVID-19 variant identified in Alabama

ADPH said the 8 cases have been identified in Autauga, Jefferson, Madison, Mobile and Montgomery counties. → Read More

8 cases of UK COVID-19 variant identified in Alabama

ADPH said the 8 cases have been identified in Autauga, Jefferson, Madison, Mobile and Montgomery counties. → Read More

4-year-old critically injured in shooting in Tuskegee Saturday

A child was critically injured in a shooting Saturday afternoon, Tuskegee police said. → Read More

Armory Athletics expansion brings America Ninja Warrior program to Montgomery

Armory Athletics in Montgomery will soon have an America Ninja Warrior based program with the construction of a brand-new gymnasium. → Read More

More than 8,000 vaccinated at Montgomery’s COVID-19 drive-up vaccine clinic

An original goal of distributing 5,000 COVID-19 vaccines was nearly doubled after more than 8,000 people received the vaccine. → Read More

Debate continues on students returning to in-person learning

As we approach the one-year mark of school closures across the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the calls for returning to in-person learning are growing more urgent. → Read More

Alabama seeing less severe 2020-21 flu season

Earlier this year, health experts feared hospitals would be overrun this winter trying to tackle both the flu and COVID-19, but so far that hasn’t been the case. → Read More

Alabama lawmaker’s bills would remove Confederate symbols from state laws

One of the bills would replace the Confederate flag on the state’s coat of arms with the Alabama flag. → Read More

Drive-up COVID-19 vaccine clinics scheduled for Feb. 8-12 in Montgomery

An estimated 5,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine will be administered to eligible Alabamians in phases 1a and 1b. → Read More

Montgomery doctor’s creation helps COVID-19 patients regain sense of smell

A steroid solution used with the "Complete Rinse" device can help some COVID-19 patients regain their sense of smell faster. → Read More

Doctor debunks COVID-19 vaccine myths

An American Family Care doctor dispels some of the most frequently asked myths about the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Montgomery doctor explains new UK COVID-19 variant found in Alabama

According to Dr. Stephen Chandler, a microbiologist and otolaryngologist in Montgomery, it is not surprising that we are seeing new variants of the coronavirus. → Read More

Biden suspends federal student loan payments through September

This comes just days before the current moratorium is set to expire on Jan. 31. → Read More

Biden extends student loan payments through September

This comes just days before the current moratorium is set to expire, on Jan. 31. → Read More

Biden suspends federal student loan payments through September

This comes just days before the current moratorium is set to expire on Jan. 31. → Read More

Nurse practitioner dies from COVID-19; wife remembers his legacy

Andrew Atkins, 48, was a nurse practitioner at Ivy Creek Family Care in Millbrook. → Read More