PRATTVILLE, AL -- WSFA 12 News has spoken with Jim Stefkovich from that National Weather Service in Birmingham who is on the scene in Prattville. He has confirmed that the tornado that hit the city is rated an EF-3. More >>
The Montgomery Humane Society will gladly take in the pets of the victims of Prattville. Anyone who needs help in taking care of their pets until they can get settled can bring them to the MontgomeryMore >>
Troy, Al. (WSFA) -- The American Red Cross is scheduling a Disaster Relief Drive in Troy.
The drive will be held on Wednesday, February 20th from 8am to 5pm at the Wal-Mart on U.S. Highway 231 in Troy.
As several Alabama counties clean up, officials are assessing the damage of the severe storm outbreak. WSFA 12 News has video from the hardest hit area as the tornado touched down in Prattville. More >>
Prattville, Ala. (WSFA) -- As "Severe Weather Awareness Week" kicks off Governor Bob Riley and numerous other officials toured the damage in heavily hit portions of Prattville on Monday. Riley held aMore >>
Residents along brooklyn road in Andalusia spent the day surveying the damage left behind by yesterdays storms. Roofs were torn from homes, trees snapped in two, and for walter bush, he experienced itMore >>
The terror of Sunday's violent high winds wasn't just confined to the larger cities. More >>
Prattville, Al. (WSFA) -- Prattville Mayor Jim Byard is announcing that several charitable organizations are offering assistance to the victims of the weekend tornado in their time of need.
If residents are looking for a missing person, the American Red Cross wants you to call (334) 260-3980.
If storm victims have un-met needs such as food, water or shelter the United Way is offering their help.
Anyone can donate to the "Autauga County Disaster Relief Fund" at any Bank Trust location.
On Wednesday, a One-Stop-Shop will be set up at the, Church of the Living Water, 435 Shelia Blvd. At this location residents can receive information from state agencies, get questions answered, and get tetanus shots if needed.
Charitable Services Being Offered to Storm VictimsMore>>