Rosanna Smith, WSFA 12 News

Rosanna Smith

WSFA 12 News

Auburn, AL, United States

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Past articles by Rosanna:

Aftermath of Hurricane Dorian hits close to home for one Biscuits player

Islands in the Bahamas have been scarred by mass destruction due to Hurricane Dorian. → Read More

Alabama woman warns against internet based funeral service

“He wanted to be cremated. He didn’t want a funeral. He didn’t want a memorial,” Carolyn Wood explained. That wish became very difficult. → Read More

Alabama woman warns against internet based funeral service

“He wanted to be cremated. He didn’t want a funeral. He didn’t want a memorial,” Carolyn Wood explained. That wish became very difficult. → Read More

Alabama woman warns against internet based funeral service

“He wanted to be cremated. He didn’t want a funeral. He didn’t want a memorial,” Carolyn Wood explained. That wish became very difficult. → Read More

10-year-old boy sells his toys to help pay for uncle’s funeral

One little boy in Oklahoma is selling his own toys for a good cause. → Read More

Prattville city council votes to rezone property near high school despite opposition

Tuesday, the council heard from those in favor of and against rezoning property located at 1324 Upper Kingston Road to R-5 (Patio Garden Homes). → Read More

Pentagon approves military construction cash to build border wall

Defense Secretary Mark Esper has approved the use of $3.6 billion in funding from military construction projects to build 175 miles of President Donald Trump's wall along the Mexican border. → Read More

As Dorian approaches Florida, veteran stays behind to help senior citizen neighbors

Jay Estes says he's not evacuating his Ormand-By-The-Sea home because he wants to be around in case any of his senior citizen neighbors need help. → Read More

Selma mayor confirms hacking of city system

Selma Mayor Darrio Melton confirms he was briefed by IT director Tuesday morning that Selma’s New World System, which houses all the city’s financial records, employee information, and documents for other departments, was hacked over the weekend. → Read More

Wife says Kevin Hart ‘going to be fine’ after car crash

Comic actor Kevin Hart’s wife says he’s “going to be just fine” following a weekend car crash that left him with a major back injury. → Read More

WSFA 12 News meteorologist’s family in Montgomery after mandatory evacuation

WSFA First Alert Meteorologist Lee Southwick’s father, mother, grandmother, and their three cats are making the most of an unexpected “mini vacation” to Montgomery. → Read More

Montgomery County Elections prepared for big turn out

Depending on where you live in Montgomery, on Tuesday residents will be voting on one to three races - mayor, city council and a state house seat. → Read More

Parents, law enforcement, and concerned residents organize walk with students

Enough is enough. That’s the message from a group of concerned residents in Montgomery when it comes to violence among students. → Read More

Grandmothers speaks out after she says 20-30 students attacked granddaughter

A Montgomery woman is speaking out after she says her granddaughter was injured in a fight after leaving school. → Read More

Baptist Health opens center for addiction recovery

Those who suffer from the painful grip of addiction now have a new option for treatment in the River Region. → Read More

Mother of 2013 homicide victim speaks out against recent gun violence

Nearly six years have passed since Torian Hamilton lost her son in a shooting at Centennial Hill Bar and Grill. → Read More

MPS addresses school safety concerns at PTA meeting

Thursday parents of Blount Elementary and Johnny Carr Middle schools were talking safety with Montgomery Public Schools leaders. → Read More

Man who robbed, kidnapped Montgomery woman sentenced to 317 years

Reese was convicted in June of attempted murder, first-degree robbery, first-degree kidnapping and first-degree criminal mischief. → Read More

Former state representative injured in shooting

Selma police confirm former state Rep. James Thomas was injured in a shooting. → Read More

Security guard shoots gunwoman outside Selma club, police confirm

Selma police confirm a security guard fatally shot a woman who was shooting at another woman outside a bar. → Read More