Brady Talbert, WSFA 12 News

Brady Talbert

WSFA 12 News

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  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • WTVM News Leader 9
  • wave3news
  • WALB News 10

Recent articles by Brady:

Alabama’s tourism industry booming, official says

Tourists are packing up to visit Alabama’s Gulf Coast and attractions. The Alabama Tourism Department has seen much growth. → Read More

Mother’s loss helps inspire event shining light on missing children

Pamela Riley Boldin is still longing for answers. Her daughter LaQuanta Riley is missing. → Read More

‘Very alarming’: Montgomery County sheriff addresses illegal gun devices recovered in community

Criminals across the country are using a relatively simple add-on to make their guns more deadly. → Read More

Gas prices expected to rise across Alabama this Memorial Day

For about two weeks, gas prices have gone up everyday in Alabama. That is the latest from AAA, which puts the current average at $4.30 a gallon. → Read More

Montgomery 19-year-old graduates law school

While many teenagers her age experienced some form of hybrid learning, she wasn’t studying for high school or an undergraduate degree. The 19-year-old was studying law. → Read More

Alabama leaders react to judge blocking transgender medication law

Alabamians have learned that a federal judge has decided to block part of the transgender medication law. → Read More

Mother of murder victim upset suspect released without notice

Barbara Green has a lot of questions and few answers. Her daughter, Kimberle Johnson, was one of the victims in Montgomery’s 2013 Centennial Hill shooting. → Read More

Mother provides fire extinguishers after losing son in fiery crash

Along with remembering her son, Teresa Cameron is taking action to hopefully prevent another tragedy. → Read More

IV contrast shortage impacting Alabama hospitals

The process to receive certain medical imaging will look different for many Alabamians, as hospitals across the state are rationing IV contrast. → Read More

Class of 2022 overcomes college, COVID-19 pandemic

The group of graduates are some of the few who traded their college campuses for computers, when virtual learning became a new norm during the pandemic. → Read More

CrimeStoppers explains search for wanted individuals

Escaped inmate Casey White and former corrections officer Vicky White are still on the run, but a simple phone call could bring them in. → Read More

Montgomery abortion clinic reacts to leaked Supreme Court draft

Advocates with the P.O.W.E.R. House said even if abortion is banned, they aren’t going anywhere. → Read More

Montgomery County sheriff explains policies to prevent escapes

The escape of a north Alabama inmate assisted by a corrections officer is grabbing the attention of many people, including Montgomery County Sheriff Derrick Cunningham. → Read More

Troy community shares thoughts on Biden’s announced visit

President Joe Biden will be in Troy to tour the Lockheed Martin facility, where missiles being used in Ukraine are manufactured. → Read More

‘An Evening of Remembrance’ honors Montgomery area homicide victims

Over 100 people gathered for “An Evening of Remembrance” at True Divine Baptist Church in Montgomery. The event was hosted by the Montgomery County District Attorney’s office and was an opportunity to remember those lost to violent crime. → Read More

Freedom Rides Museum unveils newly discovered photo from Civil Rights Movement

A photo that was tucked away for years is now on display for the first time. It depicts activists involved in the Journey of Reconciliation, which inspired the Freedom Rides. → Read More

River Region cancer survivors unify to inspire hope

While the fight against COVID-19 has gained much attention other the past couple years, the battles for those struggling with other diseases were never put on pause. → Read More

Expert urges those struggling with mental health to seek treatment

Tens of millions of Americans feel the effects of mental health issues each year, and the National Institute of Mental Health reports that only about half of those people receive treatment. → Read More

Realtor explains market as mortgage rates hit 5%

It is a busy time to buy and sell. And to add to the pressure, mortgage rates are up to 5%, the highest they have been since 2011. → Read More

Experts share ways to combat severe weather stress, anxiety

A strike of lightning, the roar of thunder, gusty wind, or even a possible tornado are enough to cause some people to panic. → Read More