Samantha Day, WSFA 12 News

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WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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Past articles by Samantha:

Montgomery sees tourism boost in 2019

Travel-related expenditures were up nearly 16 percent last year. → Read More

Pentagon says US airstrike killed powerful Iranian general

The Pentagon says the U.S. military has killed Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran’s elite Quds Force, at the direction of President Donald Trump. → Read More

What to know about Alabama’s graduated drivers license law

The deaths of three Geneva teenagers on a rural Alabama road is bringing awareness to Alabama’s Graduated Drivers License (GDL) Law. → Read More

24 states will raise minimum wage in 2020

On New Year's Day, 20 states will raise the minimum wages, with four more joining later in the year. → Read More

Plan ahead to have a safe ride home this New Year’s Eve

As Alabamians plan to ring in the new year, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is reminding them to plan ahead. → Read More

Troy University’s Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity suspended

After a three-week long investigation into hazing allegations against its chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon, Troy University found the fraternity was in violation of the university’s policy against hazing. → Read More

Alabama doctors already seeing flu cases

Fall is here and that means flu season is soon to follow. In fact, some Montgomery doctors are already seeing some cases of the flu. → Read More

ADPH talks signs leading to suicide, how to prevent

September is National Suicide Prevention Month. The theme of this year’s month is “Be The 1 To.” → Read More

ADPH talks signs leading to suicide, how to prevent

September is National Suicide Prevention Month. The theme of this year’s month is “Be The 1 To.” → Read More

MPS cuts all staff at arboretum due to budget

Due to recent budget cuts within the school system, MPS let go of arboretum staff. → Read More

Montgomery church to help with recovery efforts in Bahamas

While the devastation Hurricane Dorian left behind is hundreds of miles away, the distance isn’t stopping one local church from helping out. Saint James United Methodist Church has teamed up with two churches, one in Birmingham and the other in Niceville, Florida, to help with recovery efforts. → Read More

Disney World bans Florida woman for kicking deputy, hitting taxi driver over cigarette

The Orange County Sheriff's Office says in an arrest report that Ellen McMillion of Brandon, Florida, hit the taxi driver outside Disney's Hollywood Studios last Thursday. → Read More

10 traffic fatalities, 0 boating fatalities over Labor Day weekend

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) has just released the crash statistics from this year’s Labor Day weekend. → Read More

Health officials: Vitamin E chemical is ‘key focus’ in vaping illness investigation

The health officials said it’s not known to cause harm when ingested as a vitamin supplement or applied to the skin, but they’re investigating its health effects when inhaled. → Read More

Pike Road High School football player kicking out cancer this season

Aubrey Grace is raising money for childhood cancer research with every point he scores. → Read More

Websites infected iPhones with spyware, researchers say

The malware obtained sensitive data including text messages, photos and real-time location. → Read More

Couple featured in new show about making a difference in communities

Mike Roaw, who hosted the show “Dirty Jobs,” has a new show called “Returning the Favor.” The show honors people making a difference in their communities, and over the summer Roaw visited with a Tallassee married couple who is making a difference in the lives of veterans. → Read More

40-person brawl at California water park started over beach towel, police say

A man is in critical condition after a 40-person brawl at a California water park that police say started over a beach towel. → Read More

Construction begins on church destroyed by Wetumpka tornado

Construction has begun on the new First Presbyterian Church in Wetumpka after the old building was destroyed by a January tornado. → Read More

Cloverdale residents gather after shooting

It’s been two weeks since Old Cloverdale residents found themselves dodging bullets at the intersection of Woodley Road and East Fairview Avenue. On Monday night, residents gathered at Filet and Vine for the neighborhood’s monthly homeowner’s association meeting, but to also discuss the recent even → Read More