Editorial: WSFA Thanks You!

Our viewers continue to astound me with their generosity.

  Guest Editorial: Taste of the River Region

I’m Jessica Anderson with the Junior League of Montgomery, and we’d like to invite you to party with a purpose at the Taste of the River Region this Sunday.

Editorial: Hurricane Florence

If there is a positive that comes out of these types of natural disasters it would be how everyone comes together as a community.

Guest Editorial: Montgomery Area Food Bank

Throughout the Feeding America Network, September is recognized as “Hunger Action Month”.

Editorial: Mr. President editorial follow up

About a week ago I did an editorial where I stated our President need not respond to people like Omorosa...

Guest Editorial: Behavioral health is essential to overall health

This September we celebrate Recovery Month, it's annual event, but one we can encourage and observe every day.

Guest Editorial: Animal cruelty and violence against people

A repeat criminal offender who was convicted of murdering a 6-year-old boy, as well as of the attempted murder of his stepson, will never be able to walk the streets of Montgomery again.

Editorial: Heaven help us

What has become of our community when a high school football game abruptly ends due to gunfire.

Editorial: Please Mr. President...stop!

Since stepping into the political spotlight, Donald Trump has utilized the media and social media to his benefit.

Editorial: Mayor Strange talks special election

I'm Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange. Our city's role in the fight for voting rights is widely known.

Editorial: Build the wall but...

Many do not like the chant "Build the Wall". This chant is in support of a border wall built along the Mexico U.S. borders.

  Editorial: Oh rats!

If you think we have to deal with some ridiculous things in this country listen to this.

Editorial: Family of the Year Awards

WSFA 12 News is a proud media partner with the Family Guidance Center of Alabama and the Family of the Year Award.

Editorial: There should be no debate about debate

The big talk right now is centered around a debate between Republican Gov. Kay Ivey and Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Walt Maddox.

Editorial: Time to put the devices down

So, the much better half and I were out to dinner the other night and noticed a rather disappointing sign of the times.

Editorial: Bravo Stars on the Riverfront

So, the other night the bride and I ventured downtown to the Riverwalk Amphitheater.

Guest Editorial: School attendance matters

Nelson Mandela once said, "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."

Editorial: Hatred is destroying us

Let's face it. Our president has caused some people in this country to express their anger in ways I never thought possible.

Editorial: No child left behind

According to NoHeatstroke.org, 769 children have died in this country due to pediatric vehicular heatstroke since 1998.

Editorial: Millennials are not laughing

This coming Saturday, the Montgomery Biscuits will be in town taking on the Mississippi Braves and the theme for the game is Millennial Night.

Editorial: Thumbs up Thursday

Fifty-nine law enforcement officers have lost their lives this year alone in the line of duty.  We as a community need to let them know they are not in this alone. WSFA is partnering with Concerned Citizens Organized for Police Support, or CCOPS for short, to address the relationship between our citizens and law enforcement.  CCOPS has three primary goals:  Develop interaction between the citizens and police, Inform our citizens of the job and sacrifices that these de...

  Editorial: Domestic violence in the River Region

By now you have seen the horrible story out of Elmore County

Editorial: Happy Fourth of July!

242 years ago, on July fourth, 1776, members of the second Continental Congress met in Philadelphia and adopted the final draft of the Declaration of Independence proclaiming sovereignty from Great Britain.

Guest Editorial: Support MPS

By now, you've heard about the recent Advance ED report regarding Montgomery Public Schools.

Editorial: The race is on

News 8 in Hartford Connecticut presented a story about Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood and how they dominated the competition at Connecticut's girls track and field state championships.

Editorial: MPS, we are this close!

Montgomery took a dramatic step forward last Tuesday in letting the children and teachers of our public-school system know that help is on the way.

Guest Editorial: Montgomery Police Department

In the last three months, MPD has made hundreds of felony arrests, targeting the individuals most responsible for the majority of crime in Montgomery.

Guest Editorial: Boys & Girls Ranches of Alabama

Established in 1966, the first Boys Ranch in Selma was created by the local sheriffs and concerned community leaders to provide boys in at-risk home situations a safe haven.

Editorial: A lesson learned

Gov. Kay Ivey was quick to address this and deny Todd's claims.

Editorial: America's Dad feedback

Two weeks back I discussed Bill Cosby and how his deviant sexual behavior finally caught up with him and will likely be going to jail.

Editorial: Family fun in our own backyard

If you are looking for affordable family fun, look no further than downtown Montgomery and the Montgomery Biscuits at Riverwalk Stadium.

  Editorial: AEA thankfully loses

The Alabama Supreme Court thankfully sided with the interim state Education Superintendent Ed Richardson granting him the right to proceed with the sale of the Georgia Washington Middle School.

Editorial: 'America's Dad' is a deviant

Sexual assault is a deviant behavior committed by individuals who suffer from a sickness.

Editorial: Montgomery helps heal

Montgomery has taken a step in the right direction to help heal the wounds of slavery, unlawful lynchings and racial inequality with the opening of The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum.

Editorial: Absurdity Has Hit a New Level

Absurdity has hit a new level as AP reported a Massachusetts family is looking for a new preschool for their 4-year-old daughter because her current school has barred the use of the term "best friend."

Editorial: Shame on you Starbucks

Two African American men who were arrested at a Starbucks last week in Philadelphia.

Editorial: A true line was drawn in the sand

In 2012 President Barack Obama drew the infamous red line in the sand against Syria's President Bashar- AL Assad. The line, according to Obama was regarding chemical weapons.

Editorial: Sign the bill, Governor

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ever fifty minutes about 29 people in the U.S. die in alcohol-impaired vehicle crashes.

Editorial: A very special young man

Every now and then you hear a story that moves you and gives you hope for mankind.

Editorial: The post office, again

Here I go again with my fourth editorial on the post office.

Editorial: Attention state legislators

The Etowah County Sheriff used nearly $750,000 in money earmarked for feeding prisoners in jail to purchase a beach house. The ironic thing here is he has committed no crime.