Bethany Davis

Bethany Davis is a general assignment reporter for WSFA 12 News. She came to WSFA 12 News in March 2000 as a producer while attending Auburn Montgomery. She worked on the weekday 5,6 and 10 p.m. newscasts until she was named executive producer of Today in Alabama in 2005. In 2008, she began presenting segments in front of the camera and had completely transitioned into her role as a general assignment reporter by 2010. She's been part of WSFA 12 News' award winning coverage of events like the Rosa Parks Museum opening, Hurricane Ivan and the Enterprise Tornado in 2007. She was the first reporter on the scene when Alabama State Troopers raided VictoryLand Casino in 2010 and reported live as the sun came up over the destruction of the 2011 tornadoes in Elmore County. Bethany grew up in Opelika. She lives in Montgomery now with her husband, Judd, anchor of Today in Alabama. She has three boys, William, Joshua, and Hudson to keep her grounded and INCREDIBLY busy.

Recent Articles by Bethany

  Scale Back Alabama set for 2019 kickoff

Work begins Monday to resurface section of Vaughn Road in east Montgomery

National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day says ‘Thank You’ to officers

Gas prices low in Alabama but for how long?

Doctors: Not getting flu vaccine could be costly

MHS working to stabilize feral cat colonies

Opelika kicks off Victorian Front Porch Christmas tour Wednesday

ASF to run 2 shows in repertory

ALEA pushes for driver’s license renewals online

#GivingTuesday focuses on giving back to organizations that help communities

World Prematurity Day raises awareness, education about babies born too soon

AL EMA observes Winter Weather Preparedness Week

City of Montgomery hosts Veterans Day celebration

Flu season begins, tips on how to fight it

Pets, pet safety in the spotlight in October

Family Sunshine Center’s domestic violence awareness, fundraising iCare Campaign

Pike Road hosts 7th annual Plein Air Paint Out

YMCA of Greater Montgomery hosts golf tournament to raise scholarship funds

Remarkable discovery made at F. Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald Museum in Montgomery

Ministry helps women incarcerated, recently released from prison