Tyler Sebree, WSFA 12 News

Tyler Sebree

WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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Recent articles by Tyler:

FDA says single-dose shot from J&J prevents severe COVID

The report Wednesday confirmed that overall the vaccine is about 66% effective at preventing moderate to severe COVID-19. → Read More

Snow showers, flurries prompt Winter Weather Advisory

Snow winds down around noon, but temps stay in 30s today. → Read More

Attention turning to extreme cold tonight, flash freeze risk

Severe threat, freezing rain risk ending quickly; any residual rain will freeze quickly this evening. → Read More

Social media network Parler is back online

Major tech platforms like Amazon, Apple and Google decided not to work with Parler - effectively cutting the company off from the public internet. → Read More

Ice possible west today, threat of black ice for more of us tonight

After today’s rain ends, anything left on roads will freeze tonight as temps plummet. → Read More

CDC to issue school reopening guidance next week

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will release guidance on reopening schools this coming week. → Read More

Black Lives Matter movement nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

The Black Lives Matter movement has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize. → Read More

Alabama has tornado “hot spots” and overall tornado numbers are rising

Fultondale tornado occurred in an area that sees more tornadoes than any other part of the state. → Read More

Auburn man, arrested during riots said he went to D.C. to ‘support the patriots’

Investigators said Watson was carrying a can of mace and joined people to forcibly enter the U.S. Capitol and disturb the business of Congress. → Read More

Hard-luck Maryland town gets a $731.1 million Powerball win

The latest jackpot-winning Powerball ticket, worth $731.1 million, was sold in a struggling coal mining town whose biggest previous claim to fame was being the hometown of baseball legend Lefty Grove. → Read More

Phil Spector has died at 81

Phil Spector, the revolutionary music producer convicted of murdering an actress, has died at 81. → Read More

LIVE: Congress set to confirm Biden’s electoral win over Trump

The president’s Republican allies in the House and Senate plan to object to the election results, heeding supporters’ plea to “fight for Trump” as he stages a rally outside the White House. → Read More

COVID likely 3rd leading cause of death in US for 2020

More than 350,000 people died from COVID-19 in 2020. → Read More

New Year’s revelries muted by virus as curtain draws on 2020

New Year’s experiences in Asia and the South Pacific varied greatly depending on country, just like the coronavirus itself. → Read More

Wisconsin teen decks out car with Christmas lights

It is Christmas on wheels for a teen in Wisconsin who decked out his car with lights. → Read More

Below freezing temperatures expected for all of Alabama tonight!

Temps head for the 20s over the next two nights. → Read More

Family builds drive-thru window at home for Thanksgiving

One Colorado couple has found ways to preserve holiday traditions, even if they can’t dine at a table together. → Read More

Entrepreneurs pay for $40,000 worth of groceries at Atlanta-area store

The group of entrepreneurs also paid for drivers to fill up at local gas stations and planned to give away hundreds of boxes of food. → Read More

Don’t miss this: Jupiter, Saturn to appear as one for first time since 1623 in December

The two gas giants will look like a single planet as they come extremely close next month! → Read More

How to get the best Walmart Black Friday 2020 deals

Walmart’s “Black Friday Deals for Days” sale has been underway for weeks, but the retailer is about to kick it up a notch. → Read More