Sally Pitts, WSFA 12 News

Sally Pitts

WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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  • WSFA 12 News
Past:
  • FOX10News | WALA
  • WTVM News Leader 9
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • WALB News 10
  • WMBFNews.com
  • WAFF 48
  • WIS News 10
  • WAFB
  • WBTV News

Recent articles by Sally:

Montgomery police chief says domestic violence cases are rising

Montgomery Police Chief Darryl Albert says domestic violence cases are on the rise. → Read More

Montgomery airport receives new screening device

The Montgomery Regional Airport has unveiled its new 3D computer tomography security checkpoint scanner. → Read More

Alabama man helping lead White House Easter Egg Roll

The White House Easter Egg Roll returns after being canceled for the last two years due to COVID-19. Helping to put it on will be Caleb Hicks from Alabama. → Read More

SPLC’s ‘Blank Slate’ project comes to Montgomery through July

The Blank Slate Memorial, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, or SPLC, was unveiled Tuesday at The Civil Rights Memorial Center in Montgomery. → Read More

Alabama health officials: COVID-19 signs encouraging

Dr. Karen Landers with the Alabama Department of Public Healths says Alabama is in a “reasonable” place when it comes to COVID-19. → Read More

Alabama Gulf Coast launches beach safety campaign

It’s a partnership between the Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, and Fort Morgan Volunteer fire departments, along with the Baldwin County EMA, and Gulf Shores Orange Beach Tourism. → Read More

Alabama Gulf Coast launches beach safety campaign

It’s a partnership between the Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, and Fort Morgan Volunteer fire departments, along with the Baldwin County EMA, and Gulf Shores Orange Beach Tourism. → Read More

Gulf Shores lifeguards offer life-saving rip currant advice for beachgoers

Rip currents are the number one weather-related killer at the beaches along the Gulf Coast. → Read More

Alabama Civil Rights Trail tells stories of tragedy and triumph

The Civil Rights Trail is a collection of locations that changed Alabama and the world. → Read More

22 babies born at Montgomery hospital on 2/22/22

The day a baby is born is always a special day, but it was an extra special “Twosday” at a Montgomery hospital this week. → Read More

Alabama superintendent expresses concern over school choice bill

One of the more controversial bills in the Alabama legislature right now is a proposal involving school choice. → Read More

Alabama superintendent expresses concern over school choice bill

One of the more controversial bills in the Alabama legislature right now is a proposal involving school choice. → Read More

WBRC reporter battled COVID-19

“I think the vaccine and the grace of God is what saved me. I shudder what my health would be like if I would not have gotten the vaccine.” → Read More

Former WSFA 12 News reporter Bryan Henry battles COVID-19

Someone near and dear to us here at WSFA 12 News is battling COVID-19. → Read More

Penni McClammy sworn into late father’s Alabama House seat

Penni McClammy has been sworn-in as the new representative of Alabama House District 76, a position held for decades by her late father, Thad McClammy. → Read More

Fallen Auburn police officer’s legacy lives on in the community

To carry on his legacy of service, the Gunner’s Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club in Lee County created The William Buechner Project. → Read More

Fallen Auburn police officer’s legacy lives on in the community

To carry on his legacy of service, the Gunner’s Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club in Lee County created The William Buechner Project. → Read More

One pill can kill: Dalton’s Story

Every day more Americans and our fellow Alabamians are dying. → Read More

Remembering fallen Alabama heroes on Memorial Day

We remember our fallen heroes on Memorial Day. Carlos Pernell, Stephen Bicknell, Nicholas Hensley. All three men were from Prattville, all joined the Army, and all gave their lives for our country. → Read More

New Chilton County storm shelter dedicated

The New Convert Community in Chilton County dedicated its new storm shelter Friday. → Read More