Mark Bullock, WSFA 12 News

Mark Bullock

WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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Past articles by Mark:

Be cautious of COVID-19 relief check scams

The IRS is sending $600 checks to eligible taxpayers. If someone promises they can get you more, it’s likely a scam. → Read More

Food for Thought 10/29

Each week, the 12 News Defenders bring you the highest and lowest restaurant inspection scores from the county health department. Before you pick a place to eat, catch the latest edition of Food For Thought. The reports air each Thursday night at 10. → Read More

Alabama lieutenant governor provides update on family’s medical condition

Alabama Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth tweeted Friday he is "feeling great." But his wife has developed mild COVID-19 symptoms. → Read More

’Dinner on the Run’ to raise money for local non-profit

'Dinner on the Run’ offers a safe, healthy alternative to dining out. It also helps raise money for Girls on the Run of South Central Alabama, an organization that helps start young women on a positive life path. → Read More

Voters asked to renew existing school taxes in Elmore, Macon counties

Voters in Elmore and Macon counties will be asked to renew existing taxes for schools this November. The taxes are already being collected. So a 'yes' vote will not result in a tax increase. → Read More

Ala. voters to decide 6 constitutional amendments in November election

In addition to the presidential contest, Alabama voters will see a number of local and state races on the ballot on Nov. 3. → Read More

Montgomery mayor proposes civilian police review board following protests

The mayor presented a proposed referendum at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. → Read More

School marching bands begin rehearsals, but with restrictions

Rehearsals started this week at Elmore County High School. Band Director Anthony Vittore says social distancing is key. → Read More

Montgomery memorial opens for unique nighttime viewing

Starting this week, one of Montgomery’s most popular attractions will offer an experience to visitors in a whole new light. → Read More

EJI to offer nighttime viewing hours beginning next week

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice will begin offering nighttime viewing hours for the first time next week. → Read More

6 Montgomery Area Food Bank employees test positive for COVID-19

The Montgomery Area Food Bank is one of the latest organizations to fall victim to COVID-19. → Read More

Layoffs come to Alabama Shakespeare Festival

Layoffs are coming to the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, one of the south's leading professional theater companies and the official state theater. → Read More

Michigan oncology center provides drive-thru treatment services for cancer patients

The Spectrum Health Cancer Center has a mobile work station out near the parking garage, stashed with everything needed for routine oncology services. → Read More

Expert discusses COVID-19 pandemic impact on mental health

Alabama Mental Health Commissioner Lynn Beshear says one does not have to be personally touched by the coronavirus in order to feel the isolating effects of the pandemic.​ → Read More

Cloverdale shopping center continues to deteriorate

One of the city’s oldest strip shopping centers is literally falling apart. → Read More

Harold Reid, Statler Brothers bass singer, dies at 80

Reid died Friday in his hometown of Staunton, Virginia, his nephew Debo Reid said. → Read More

Dr. Harris talks state’s latest progress in fight against COVID-19

As many look ahead to re-opening Alabama’s economy, the state’s top doctor says the fight against COVID-19 is just beginning. → Read More

Candidate Profile: Thomas Brown Jr. offers solutions for 2nd Congressional District

Thomas Brown Jr. is the youngest candidate running for Alabama’s 2nd Congressional District. → Read More

Montgomery Humane Society euthanizing fewer cats thanks to new program

The Montgomery Humane Society's community cat program is being credited for a drastic reduction in the number of feral cats euthanized at the shelter. → Read More

Montgomery councilman to reintroduce occupational tax proposal

Montgomery Councilman Glen Pruitt is suggesting the city pass an occupational tax to raise salaries for police officers and firefighters. → Read More