Ashley Bowerman, WSFA 12 News

Ashley Bowerman

WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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

Recent articles by Ashley:

Tuskegee band threatens to stop participating due to concerns

Student members of the Tuskegee University Crimson Piper Marching Band say they will no longer participate in university-sponsored and organized social events if a list of concerns are not addressed. → Read More

DEA to hold National Prescription Drug Take Back Day this weekend

On Saturday, Alabamians will be able to get rid of their expired and unused prescriptions at collection sites across the state. → Read More

Super freezers helping Elmore County schools curb food shortage

A community partnership has allowed the Elmore County school system the ability to store frozen food items in bulk and prevent the possibility of a shortage. → Read More

Supply chain issues could affect your holiday shopping plans

The Alabama Retail Association says stores have most of their product in stock now, but they might not the closer we get to Christmas. → Read More

Supply chain issues could affect your holiday shopping plans

The Alabama Retail Association says stores have most of their product in stock now, but they might not the closer we get to Christmas. → Read More

Fall display in Pike Road neighborhood vandalized

A fun fall tradition in the town of Pike Road has become a cause for confusion for one neighborhood after vandals destroyed their outdoor decoration. → Read More

Parents claim teacher appeared naked on video call with students

Montgomery Public Schools is investigating an “alleged inappropriate incident” but won’t say much more than that. → Read More

Parents claim teacher was seen naked on video call with students

Montgomery Public Schools is investigating an “alleged inappropriate incident” but won’t say much more than that. → Read More

Officials say food shortage ‘crisis’ improving across Alabama schools

The Alabama State Department of Education reports that every school system across the state has enough food to feed their students. → Read More

Pike Road voters approve property tax increase for schools

Pike Road residents have narrowly approved a property tax increase over the next 30 years to help fund the local school system. → Read More

Pike Road residents weigh in ahead of Tuesday’s property tax vote

Pike Road residents will hit the polls Tuesday to cast their vote in the special election that could result in an increase in property taxes over the next 30 years. → Read More

Alabama schools facing ‘unprecedented’ food shortage

Supply chain issues and staffing shortages brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic are forcing schools to get creative to keep their students fed. → Read More

Auburn University holds town hall on preventing, reporting sexual assaults

Students at Auburn University were able to voice their concerns to school officials following a recent string of sexual assault cases on campus. → Read More

Report: Opioid prescriptions down in Alabama for 7th consecutive year

A new report released by the American Medical Association shows that since 2011, Alabama physicians have reduced the number of opioid prescriptions in the state by 38 percent. → Read More

Alabama’s record death toll impacting funeral industry

The increase in deaths has not only put a strain on Alabama's health care system, it has also had a significant impact on the state's funeral industry. → Read More

Auburn students ‘outraged’ after multiple sexual assault reports

Three separate incidents have been reported to campus police in just one week, including two alleged rapes. → Read More

Auburn students ‘outraged’ after multiple sexual assault reports

Three separate incidents have been reported to campus police in just one week, including two alleged rapes. → Read More

Some worry vaccine mandate could add to health care worker shortage

Under a new White House directive, most health care workers will be mandated to get the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Longtime Montgomery physician dies following ALS battle

Dr. Jefferson Underwood III, an internal medicine specialist in Montgomery, had been battling ALS since his diagnosis in 2016. → Read More

Dannelly Field preparing for arrival of F-35 fighter jets in 2023

The fighter jets are not expected to begin arriving in Montgomery until December 2023, but preparations are already underway at Dannelly Field. → Read More