Erin Davis, WSFA 12 News

Erin Davis

WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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Recent:
  • WSFA 12 News
  • FOX10News | WALA
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  • WTVM News Leader 9
  • WBRC FOX6 News

Recent articles by Erin:

Alabama’s school safety plans in focus following Texas mass shooting

In the past few years, the Alabama Legislature has allocated over $3 million for mental health services for Alabamians and its students. → Read More

Britt, Brooks to face in runoff for Republican nomination in U.S. Senate Race

Election day is over, but another one is quickly approaching. That’s because some races last night resulted in the need for a runoff election, including the race to replace Alabama’s U.S senator Richard Shelby. → Read More

High polling Republican gubernatorial candidates look ahead to election day

Tuesday, Alabama voters will be casting their votes for the political candidates they hope to see on local and statewide ballots in November’s general election. The governor’s office is one of the top seats being contested this year. → Read More

What overturning Roe v. Wade could mean for Alabama

Abortions remain legal in Alabama, and the final Supreme court decision is not expected for a few months. → Read More

Alabama lawmakers react to Biden’s visit this week

President Joe Biden will land in Alabama Tuesday morning for the first time since he was elected. → Read More

Alabama lawmakers react to Biden’s visit this week

President Joe Biden will land in Alabama Tuesday morning for the first time since he was elected. → Read More

Alabama driver’s license offices reopen with new technology

After being closed for a week, the state reopened its driver’s license offices, now equipped with brand new technology. → Read More

2 of Alabama’s Rivers among most endangered

Two of Alabama’s rivers are ranked among the top 5 most endangered rivers in the country. The Mobile River is ranked 2nd due to coal ash contamination and the Coosa River is ranked 5th because of agricultural pollution. → Read More

Alabama looks to expand PTSD treatment program

More of Alabama’s veterans could soon be able to access a treatment to fight symptoms of PTSD that’s currently only available in one place in north Alabama. → Read More

AG, family of trans child react to lawsuit dismissal over new law

Both lawsuits over the Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act have been dismissed. Plaintiffs say they will be back, but Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall calls this a confusing move. → Read More

New tax relief laws help Alabamians save money

While the day has arrived to pay your federal taxes, Alabama has an automatic six-month extension to file. That means more money could stay in your wallet this tax season after bills from the 2022 legislative session provided financial relief → Read More

Regulations on the way for telehealth in Alabama

A bill recently signed by Gov. Kay Ivey will add regulations to telehealth visits. → Read More

Alabama eyes expansion of early childhood education programs

Historic funding for the state’s education budget, will have a big impact on your little students. Money allocated for the department of early childhood education will be used to expand the state’s first-class pre-k and childcare programs. → Read More

Alabama Senate committee passes bills to change state voter registration, rules

Two House bills include minor changes to the state voter registration and rules, but supporters say they are needed to make the processes as easy as possible. The bills received a favorable report from the committee. → Read More

Gambling legislation fails to pass through Alabama legislature, again

Opponents of gambling are the lucky ones this legislative session, as all four of the lottery bills working their way through the statehouse seem to have died. → Read More

Gambling legislation fails to pass through Alabama legislature, again

Opponents of gambling are the lucky ones this legislative session, as all four of the lottery bills working their way through the statehouse seem to have died. → Read More

Bill could raise job application requirements for unemployment

Alabama is one of only four states to require one job application per week to receive unemployment, SB 224 would change that to three. → Read More

Senate committee passes education budget

Lawmakers say more improvements to the state’s education system, are on the way as the Education Trust Fund budget passed through a senate committee Wednesday morning. The budget is the highest it’s ever been at $8.2 billion. → Read More

Senate committee passes education budget

Lawmakers say more improvements to the state’s education system, are on the way as the Education Trust Fund budget passed through a senate committee Wednesday morning. The budget is the highest it’s ever been at $8.2 billion. → Read More

Alabama’s session winding down as lawmakers focus on large pieces of legislation

Alabama lawmakers are looking at a full plate of pending legislation and a dwindling legislative calendar. → Read More