Bethany Davis, WSFA 12 News

Bethany Davis

WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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Recent articles by Bethany:

UAB doctor encouraged by decreasing COVID-19 cases, remains cautious

As COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to decline around the state, doctors are feeling optimistic but still very cautious. → Read More

Severe Weather Awareness Week kicks off Monday, ends with tax holiday weekend

Monday kicks off severe weather awareness week, a campaign designed to help Alabamians prepare for deadly weather that could be deadly. → Read More

Young Montgomery native first from state to make U.S. Ski team

A 19-year-old from the Montgomery area is making history and a name for herself in the sport of aerial skiing. → Read More

Alabama Family Central website connects families to resources

Alabama families have a new tool at their fingertips to connect them to resources they need. It’s a website called Alabama Family Central. → Read More

WSFA officially donates old Delano Avenue facility to Mercy House

It’s been a long time in the making, but WSFA 12 News has some big news to share about our old television station facility on East Delano Avenue. It has a new tenant. → Read More

Governor’s Mansion opens for Candlelight Christmas Tours

“This is the people’s house, and I want to share it with them during this special Christmas season,” said Ivey. → Read More

Biden to deliver Thanksgiving address to nation

According to his transition team, Biden will “discuss the shared sacrifices Americans are making this holiday season.” → Read More

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed marks one year in office

Thursday marks one year since Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed was sworn into office. → Read More

Alabama sec. of state celebrates 2020’s record-shattering voter turnout

Secretary of State John Merrill is declaring the 2020 election a success in Alabama. → Read More

Alabama sec. of state celebrates 2020’s record-shattering voter turnout

Secretary of State John Merrill is declaring the 2020 election a success in Alabama. → Read More

North Dakota Republican who died of COVID-19 wins election

David Andahl, a candidate for state representative in District 8, was 55 years old when he died on Oct. 5. → Read More

US COVID cases surge to nearly 60K as pandemic wave builds

New cases rose in at least 35 states over the past week, while the nation averaged more than 50,000 new cases a day. → Read More

National School Lunch Week celebrates meals served to students

“If a child is hungry, they cannot learn. And I think that that’s probably the biggest message that we need to provide to parents and to the community in general,” Alabama Child Nutrition Program Coordinator June Barrett explain. → Read More

Junior League of Montgomery’s annual Holiday Market goes virtual for 2020

The Junior League of Montgomery’s 32nd annual Holiday Market begins Wednesday. This year, it’s completely virtual. → Read More

Alabamians urged to respond as census deadline extended

The U.S. Census deadline has been extended to the end of October. That’s important because Alabama has one of the lowest self-response rates in the country. → Read More

Cyber Security Awareness Month aims to educate people about protecting data

The theme for this year’s month is “Do your part. Be cyber smart,” stressing the importance of taking proactive steps to keep your information safe. → Read More

Doctors’ reminder: hand washing still important to slow spread of coronavirus

“Wash your hands frequently," said UAB’s Dr. Michael Saag, who is afraid we’ve fallen out of that practice. → Read More

Better Business Bureau warns of election-related scams

The Better Business Bureau is sending out a warning to consumers to be alert and aware that scams are expected to increase as the presidential election looms. → Read More

Save our Stages Act would keep music venues from closing amid pandemic

The National Independent Venues Association, or NIVA, represents about 2,000 concert hall owners across the country. Most independent venues did not qualify for earlier coronavirus relief from the federal government are risk going under as a result. → Read More

CDC, doctors suggest other ways to celebrate Halloween in pandemic

Halloween is right around the corner and there are a lot of questions about how to celebrate safely. → Read More