Judd Davis, WSFA 12 News

Judd Davis

WSFA 12 News

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Recent:
  • WSFA 12 News
Past:
  • WTVM News Leader 9
  • KFVS News
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • WAFF 48
  • WBTV News
  • FOX10News | WALA
  • WALB News 10

Recent articles by Judd:

County Road 12: The story behind the new Lake Martin mural

The ride to the lake just got a whole lot more exciting in Alex City. Get ready for a big welcome if your’re heading to Wind Creek State Park on Lake Martin. → Read More

County Road 12: Auburn students helping the handyman

Some Auburn University students struck up an unlikely friendship. → Read More

Better Business Bureau: Home and vacation rental scam alert

If you’ve ever searched for a rental home or a rental vacation probably, you’ve probably done some online research. → Read More

Alabama panel denies extension to contested charter school

Alabama regulators might revoke the charter of a contested south Alabama charter school. → Read More

9 killed, including 3 kids, at video game arcade in Mexico

The attack occurred in the city of Uruapan, where drug cartel turf wars have cost scores of lives. → Read More

Better Business Bureau: Avoid online dating scams

Looking for love online? If so, good luck, and make sure you’re careful. → Read More

Better Business Bureau: Avoid online dating scams

Looking for love online? If so, good luck, and make sure you’re careful. → Read More

Annual leadership conference begins Friday night at Troy University

The annual leadership conference celebrating African-American History month kicks off Friday night at Troy University. → Read More

County Road 12: Troy tree of steel shines tall

TROY, Ala. (WSFA) - We probably all know someone like this. They come up with some wild idea and then have the talent and skills to actually build it. That’s the case in Troy, Alabama, where one man is taking his Holiday Spirit to new heights. “We’ve built some things over the years, my brother and I, that we still laugh at," said Troy resident Chann Senn. “We came up with the idea of building a… → Read More

BBB warns of Secret Sister shopping scams

Scammers are out there trying to get a hold of your money and personal information. → Read More

BBB: Protecting your holiday deliveries

Delivery companies are moving full speed ahead, it’s the busiest time of the year. → Read More

AKD ready to work all night after Iron Bowl

When the final second ticks off the clock in this year’s Iron Bowl half the state will celebrate, and the other half will start thinking about next year. But for one Montgomery business, when the game ends, its work begins. → Read More

AKD ready to work all night after Iron Bowl

When the final second ticks off the clock in this year’s Iron Bowl half the state will celebrate, and the other half will start thinking about next year. But for one Montgomery business, when the game ends, its work begins. → Read More

Gender-reveal stunt caused small plane crash, report says

This is just the latest in a string of gender-reveal stunts gone wrong. → Read More

All eyes on Texas governor as calls grow to halt execution

On Saturday, supporters of Reed are planning their biggest protest yet outside the governor's mansion. → Read More

ESPN to tell tragic story of Montgomery’s Rod Scott, Henry Ruggs

If you watch ESPN’s College Game Day, you know there’s that certain point in the show where you stop everything and just sit down. → Read More

ESPN to tell tragic story of Montgomery’s Rod Scott, Henry Ruggs

If you watch ESPN’s College Game Day, you know there’s that certain point in the show where you stop everything and just sit down. → Read More

Former Ozark Mayor Tom Goff dies at age 102

A man who has made a big impact on the town of Ozark has passed away. → Read More

BBB warns of digital calendar scams

Our phones have become a crutch for almost everything these days. → Read More

Company making Costco pajamas flagged for forced labor

U.S. Customs and Border Protection on Oct. 1 slapped rare detention orders on goods imported from an unprecedented five countries in one day. → Read More