Bethany Davis, WBRC FOX6 News

Bethany Davis


Montgomery, AL, United States

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Past articles by Bethany:

Events start Monday ahead of Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee

Several events have been planned ahead of the upcoming annual Bridge Crossing Jubilee in Selma, which commemorates Bloody Sunday and the Selma to Montgomery March. → Read More

Long list of Montgomery events planned for Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend

The City of Montgomery, and the rest of the country, will mark the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday with a number of events taking place all weekend long. → Read More

Montgomery Humane Society launches holiday ‘Wrap it Up’ campaign

The Montgomery Humane Society kicked off its annual “Wrap it Up” campaign → Read More

Giving Tuesday focuses on non-profits, year-end donations

his is “Giving Tuesday,” where Americans are asked to dig deep and donate to their favorite charities. → Read More

Doctors urge flu shot amid unusually high, severe flu season in Alabama

Flu season is here and it’s time to start fighting against it. → Read More

Troy University holds graduation ceremonies in Vietnam

Troy University is celebrating its graduates in Vietnam this week. → Read More

World Mental Health Day puts spotlight on need to support mental health

Mental health is a hot topic, and those who advocate for it say that’s good news. → Read More

LifeSouth event raises awareness, blood donations for Sickle Cell Disease

One in 365 African-Americans is born with Sickle Cell Disease. → Read More

National Immunization Awareness Month reminds us to protect ourselves against serious diseases

August is National Immunization Awareness Month, a good time to ensure your children are properly vaccinated as they return to school. → Read More

New user-friendly website highlights Alabama Department of Archives and History resources

A new website is up and running to make all of the resources the Alabama Department of Archives has to offer more easily accessible. → Read More

Monday is National HIV Testing Day

Medical Advocacy and Outreach in Montgomery is holding a special event where you can get tested, get informed and get active. → Read More

Monday is Alabama’s voter registration deadline for primary election

Monday is the last day to register to vote to participate in Alabama’s primaries in a couple of weeks. → Read More

Monday is Alabama’s voter registration deadline for primary election

Monday is the last day to register to vote to participate in Alabama’s primaries in a couple of weeks. → Read More

Pike Road Robotics teams prepare for World Championship

Pike Road Schools’ robotics teams are preparing to compete in the VEX Robotics World Championship competition in Dallas, set for May. → Read More

Dream Court Montgomery to host wheelchair tennis tournament

Montgomery’s Dream Court tennis league is hosting a wheelchair tennis tournament Saturday and Sunday. → Read More

National Pi Day celebrates math and science

March 14th has become a day to emphasize math and science in some fun ways. → Read More

ACDD launches campaign to help public recognize human trafficking

Human Trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world, the buying and selling of people. → Read More

Montgomery Probate office offers text/email reminders to renew car tags

The Montgomery County Probate Court is now offering text message and email reminder services for motor vehicle tag renewals for Montgomery County citizens. → Read More

National Cut Your Energy Costs Day encourages ways to improve energy efficiency

A few simple improvements can save serious money on your utility bills but it doesn’t have to cost you anything. → Read More

Montgomery mayor talks 2022 vision for capital city

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed says he wants to focus on curbing crime, cleaning the city and its economy in 2022. → Read More