Josh Johnson, WSFA 12 News

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WSFA 12 News

Montgomery, AL, United States

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Cold rain for most, a few could see a wintry mix

Sleet and snow could mix in with the rain in some areas → Read More

Wis. teacher says she caught COVID-19 in classroom, leading to husband’s death

Within two weeks of her return to in-person learning, the teacher contracted COVID-19, which she then passed on to her husband and her mother. Her husband died. → Read More

More arrests in Capitol riot as more video reveals brutality

The FBI has launched an investigation on all those who stormed the building. → 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

Florida man becomes first person with Down syndrome to finish Ironman triathlon

The triathlon consists of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride and a 26.2 mile marathon run. → Read More

Babysitter accused of leaving 8-month-old girl in Conn. dumpster after stabbing mother

The babysitter faces several charges after she allegedly assaulted the baby's mother then abandoned the little girl in the dumpster. → Read More

FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Sally has made landfall along the Alabama coast

Forecast calls for heavy rain, flooding, storm surge, isolated tornadoes, and damaging winds to the coast → Read More

Scattered rain and rumbles continue

Tracking morning rain for parts of Alabama and then some redevelopment is expected during the afternoon → Read More

Riverchase Galleria implements security measures to detect weapons

Specially trained canines will be on patrol with security officers to detect explosives and firearms. → Read More

Ex-Alabama officer facing charges caught in New Hampshire

Authorities say a former Alabama police officer facing human trafficking and other charges has been apprehended in New Hampshire. → Read More

Nearly 70 dead in ‘horrific’ outbreak at veterans home

Nearly 70 residents sickened with the coronavirus have died at a Massachusetts home for aging veterans, as state and federal officials try to figure out what went wrong in the deadliest known outbreak at a long-term care facility in the U.S. → Read More

Gov’t puts pressure on public companies to return loans

Big public companies that received loans under a government program intended to help small businesses devastated by the coronavirus outbreak could be forced to return it. → Read More

First Alert Weather Day declared for Thursday

Strong to severe thunderstorms are very possible late Wednesday night into the day on Thursday. The risk of severe weather is highly conditional on how things evolve Wednesday night into Thursday morning, though. → Read More

First Alert Weather Day declared for Sunday and Sunday night

Tornadoes, damaging winds and large hail are possible → Read More

Alabama Public TV to offer more academic programs

Alabama Public Television says it will be offering more academic programming since the virus outbreak has forced officials to close schools for the rest of the academic year. → Read More

Report: Los Angeles deputies shared Kobe Bryant crash photos

The Los Angeles Times reported the deputies allegedly shared graphic photos of the scene. → Read More

First Alert: Dry through Sunday, rain returns next week

Dry, cool weather through Sunday...then, rain returns next week! → Read More

Grandfather, Navy vet among 5 victims of Wisconsin shooting

Authorities say the five men were killed Wednesday at Molson Coors Brewing Co. by a co-worker who then turned the gun on himself. → Read More

Financial pain deepens as nearly 60 countries report virus

The deepening rout is fueled by fears the spreading virus that emerged in China in December will derail global trade and other industries. → Read More

Car hits crowd at Carnival in German town; dozens injured

German police say a man intentionally drove a car into a crowd of people watching a Carnival procession in a small central town, injuring around 30 including children. → Read More