Holley Long, WSFA 12 News

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WSFA 12 News

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Recent articles by Holley:

Gov. Ivey fears ‘dramatic, negative impact’ on state if students don’t return to school

Gov. Kay Ivey extended Alabama’s safer at home order Tuesday morning, but she also wants students to return to school this fall. → Read More

State school board meeting turns contentious over reopening plan

State senators and state education department officials clashed in a contentious board meeting Tuesday. → Read More

‘You killed my brother’: Sister confronts Gov. Ivey about execution of Nathaniel Woods

Gov. Kay Ivey was confronted Thursday afternoon for an execution carried out last week. → Read More

‘You killed my brother’: Sister confronts Gov. Ivey about execution of Nathaniel Woods

Gov. Kay Ivey was confronted Thursday afternoon for an execution carried out last week. → Read More

‘You killed my brother’: Sister confronts Gov. Ivey about execution of Nathaniel Woods

Gov. Kay Ivey was confronted Thursday afternoon for an execution carried out last week. → Read More

‘The Bachelor’ visits Auburn for Hometown Date

A finalist on the reality TV show “The Bachelor” returned to Auburn for the late-in-season hometown date. → Read More

Auburn woman among ‘The Bachelor’ season 24 contestants

The 24th season of “The Bachelor” premiered Monday, with 30 women competing for the heart of 28-year-old Peter Weber. Among the contestants is an Auburn woman, and she’s already proving to be a front-runner. → Read More

Performer left ‘uneasy’ after inspection before Montgomery Pride United event

We’re learning more about a Montgomery Pride United event, that was reportedly shut down Saturday night, from someone inside the event at the time. → Read More

Montgomery Pride United event ‘shut down’ after ABC, police inspection

A Montgomery Pride United event was reportedly shut down after an inspection by law enforcement Saturday night. → Read More

Judge appointed in murder trial of Montgomery officer

Retired Appellate Judge Samuel Henry Welch, Jr. has been appointed to preside over the trial of a Montgomery police officer charged with murder in the shooting death of Gregory Gunn. → Read More

Alabama author among victims of deadly Lee County tornado

One of the victims in a deadly tornado was Alabama author Charlotte Miller, who lived and worked in Lee County. → Read More

SPLC president says Alabama does poor job tracking hate crimes

WSFA 12 News sat down with Richard Cohen, the president of the Southern Poverty Law Center, who spoke about the tracking of hate crimes in Alabama. → Read More

Equal pay legislation reintroduced in U.S. Congress

Legislation that supporters say would help narrow the gender-wage gap is being reintroduced in congress. → Read More

13 Catholic clergy connected to central AL accused of sexual assault of children

Of the 13 priests, deacons and brothers accused who served in central Alabama, eight are deceased and five of the accused include those who served in Montgomery, including two who served through Maxwell Air Force Base. → Read More

Elmore County man sentenced to 50 years in child sexual assault case

Germaine Moore, 45, was sentenced for three counts of production of child pornography. → Read More

Maxwell AFB receives $18 million for air traffic control tower

Maxwell Air Force Base will receive $18 million from the United States Air Force to build a new air traffic control tower facility. → Read More

4 Montgomery teens charged in violent crime spree

Four Montgomery teenagers have been charged with 31 felonies that took place over the course of nearly three weeks, according to law enforcement. → Read More

Electronic poll books to be used in Montgomery County on Election Day

Election Day is less than three weeks away, and Montgomery residents may be able to cast their votes quicker than in years past. → Read More

Candidate for governor shares plan to improve public safety in A

One gubernatorial candidate holds a strong stance on public safety, and if elected he has a plan to combat the issue. → Read More

MPD officer AC Smith to argue self-defense in killing of Greg Gu

Montgomery police officer Aaron "Cody" Smith is set to stand trial in August for the shooting death of Montgomery resident Gregory Gunn, but before that he will go to an immunity hearing, during wh... → Read More