Bethany Davis, WSFA 12 News

Bethany Davis

WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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Recent articles by Bethany:

Survey finds most Americans not adequately saving for retirement

October is National Financial Planning month. It’s a good time to start thinking about retirement and the money you’ll need to have saved up when you stop working and want to retire. → Read More

Car experts give advice on conserving fuel while gas prices continue climbing

With these high gas prices, everyone is looking for ways to make the gas we have to buy last a little longer. → Read More

National Truck Driver Appreciation Week honors country’s 3.6 million truckers

National Truck Driver Appreciation Week is a week to honor and thank professional truck drivers for their hard work and commitment. → Read More

Auburn University Army ROTC commemorates 20th anniversary of 9/11

Thursday morning, Auburn’s Army ROTC program is conducting a physical competition around campus that incorporates a theme in remembrance of Sept. 11, 2001. → Read More

City of Wetumpka celebrates ‘Tim Burton Week’

Wetumpka kicks off “Tim Burton Week” Wednesday to celebrate all the progress the city has made since his movie was filmed there. → Read More

EATMGM’s Restaurant Week returns August 13-22

Restaurant Week is all about supporting local restaurants and trying something new, and strengthening the relationships between restaurants, diners, visitors and the media. → Read More

‘We Can Do This Alabama’: Campaign takes new approach to vaccinations

A new campaign is kicking off to convince more people to get the COVID-19 Vaccine. → Read More

Montgomery’s first lady to hold free workout session, part of city fitness initiative

Get moving this weekend with Montgomery’s First Lady and some of the best fitness trainers in town. → Read More

New Alabama law worries first responders amid Florida building collapse

As the investigation continues into how a condominium building collapsed in Florida, there is growing concern in Alabama that some buildings could be at risk for a similar incident, → Read More

Montgomery wins ‘Smart City’ award for road analysis technology

The driving force behind the award is a cutting-edge new program the city uses to assess roadways and pave priorities. → Read More

Class Act teacher keeps students on track through pandemic year

It’s fair to say Stephanie Millis at Daniel Pratt Elementary school is special, the work she does is special. → Read More

Op-Ed: 23 Ala. district attorneys sign letter in opposition to medical marijuana legislation

The attached letter was written on behalf of 23 elected district attorneys representing a significant population of our state. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Event to honor crime victims, ‘National Crime Victims’ Rights Week’

Montgomery District Attorney Daryl Bailey is holding “An Evening of Remembrance” Tuesday night to honor victims during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. → Read More

Medical marijuana debate continues in Alabama Legislature

The debate continued Wednesday over whether to make marijuana use legal for medical purposes. → Read More

Medical marijuana debate continues in Alabama Legislature

The debate continued Wednesday over whether to make marijuana use legal for medical purposes. → Read More

Medical marijuana debate continues in Alabama Legislature

The debate continued Wednesday over whether to make marijuana use legal for medical purposes. → Read More

Medical marijuana clears another hurdle to becoming legal in Alabama

The move to legalize marijuana for medical purposes is as farther along in the legislative process than it’s ever been. → Read More

Man killed in freak accident when NYC bus knocks over street pole

Police say the bus was trying to navigate around a disabled vehicle when it hit the pole, causing it to fall. → Read More

Alabama Senate carries over bill to allow a state lottery

Alabama senators decided to carry over a constitutional amendment that would allow a lottery to be created in the state. → Read More

Alabama Senate carries over bill to allow a state lottery

Alabama senators decided to carry over a constitutional amendment that would allow a lottery to be created in the state. → Read More