Sally Pitts, WSFA 12 News

Sally Pitts

WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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Recent:
  • WSFA 12 News
  • WTVM News Leader 9
Past:
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • WALB News 10
  • WMBFNews.com
  • WAFF 48
  • WIS News 10
  • WAFB
  • WBTV News

Recent articles by Sally:

Memorial Day expected to bring large crowds to Alabama beaches

Both Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are policing the shoreline and encouraging beachgoers to be responsible. → Read More

Memorial Day expected to bring large crowds to Alabama beaches

Both Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are policing the shoreline and encouraging beachgoers to be responsible. → Read More

Playgrounds remain closed in Alabama

Doctors at UAB Hospital listed several reasons why it’s important for playgrounds to stay closed. → Read More

Playgrounds remain closed in Alabama

Doctors at UAB Hospital listed several reasons why it’s important for playgrounds to stay closed. → Read More

Hospitals battling dwindling revenue due to coronavirus

As hospitals work around the clock to take care of patients, they are facing another battle - dwindling revenues. → Read More

Supporting health care workers during National Hospital Week

More than ever we realize how important hospitals are to our community. → Read More

Walmart to give another round of bonuses to employees amid COVID-19 pandemic

Retail giant Walmart will once again provide bonuses to employees working during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

‘A pretty scary thing:’ Kid illness tied to virus worries NY

Mayor Bill de Blasio says a total of 52 children in New York City have been diagnosed with an inflammatory syndrome possibly linked to COVID-19 and another 10 cases are pending. → Read More

Ala. Hospital Association president worried COVID-19 will escalate as businesses reopen

With additional businesses opening up, some people are taking more chances, and health experts are concerned. → Read More

‘Such a loss’: Wetumpka grieves death of 11-year-old killed in Jefferson County hunting accident

The Wetumpka community is grieving after the loss of a Wetumpka native’s son. → Read More

Disney profit sinks amid shuttered parks, movies and sports

Disney's second-quarter profit dropped 91% to $475 million, down from $5.4 billion a year earlier. → Read More

Drugs confiscated in ‘care package’ meant for inmate

A package meant for a Covington County inmate was confiscated by officers and now suspects are being sought. → Read More

Family Sunshine Center concerned about victims quarantined with abusers

Staying home can reduce the spread of the coronavirus, but it can also increase the dangers for families living with domestic violence. → Read More

Coronaviruses will never be fully eradicated, Auburn professor says

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that are common in people and animals, and an Auburn University professor believes coronaviruses will never be fully eradicated. → Read More

Montgomery Public Schools using buses as WiFi hotspots for quarantined students

The Montgomery Public School system is keeping students connected while they are quarantined at home. → Read More

Despite COVID-19 truck drivers keep on rolling

While many are working from home, truck drivers are still hitting the road making sure the vital supplies needed make it onto store shelves. → Read More

Lee County community members ‘Park and Pray’ for hospital staff

Lee County residents are showing their support for hospital workers. → Read More

Tuskegee U. veterinarian talks COVID-19, pets

As more people across the world become infected with the coronavirus, others are worried about their pets. → Read More

AARP offers tips to navigate coronavirus storm

Because there’s so much to be learned about coronavirus, or COVID-19, it can be easy to run into misinformation about the virus. → Read More

Pandemic prompts Ala. driver’s license office changes

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is rolling out a few changes at local driver’s license offices. → Read More