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Sally Pitts

Sally Pitts Sally Pitts

Sally Pitts anchors WSFA 12 News First at 4:00 and serves as a general assignment reporter during the week.

A graduate of Auburn University, Sally joined WSFA 12's production department after college before being promoted into the news department.

Sally serves on several area boards including The Montgomery Ballet and Partners in Education.  Sally enjoys volunteering as a mentor and tutor. 

When not at work, Sally enjoys playing tennis, running and spending time with her nieces and nephews.

Sally is a Chilton County native and her family still lives there. You can e-mail Sally here.

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