Ashley Bowerman

Ashley Bowerman

Reporter

Ashley Bowerman is a general assignment reporter for WSFA 12 News. She joined the team in February 2020. Ashley is from San Antonio, Texas, and graduated with a degree in Electronic Media from Texas State University in 2019. In school, she was the Assistant News Director for KTSW 89.9 - the FM radio station on campus and a reporter/anchor for Bobcat Update - the student-run newscast. She was also a member of the Texas State Strutters, a collegiate dance team. Her last year in school she received the Electronic Media student of the year award. When she isn’t reporting news, Ashley enjoys spending time with family and her dog, playing guitar and shopping.


Recent Articles by Ashley

  Urgent need for volunteer firefighters in Montgomery County

  Groups push for more COVID-19 testing in underserved communities

  Local business owners agree amended Safer at Home order should be extended

  Doctors say coronavirus is hitting the Black population particularly hard

  OB-GYN: Some pregnant women with COVID-19 experience premature births, other health complications

  Montgomery County coroner says COVID-19 death toll is inaccurate

  What is the treatment for COVID-19 patients? Montgomery doctor explains

  Over 3,000 Alabamians denied unemployment benefits since January

  Montgomery businesses encourage guests to wear a mask under new city order

  Child vaccination rates drop during pandemic, health officials worried

  Montgomery citizens react to new mandatory mask ordinance

  Eastdale Mall enforces mask wearing after Montgomery mandate goes into effect

  Emotions run high as city council fails to pass mask ordinance

  Tuskegee protesters march for racial equality, removal of confederate symbols

  Doctor speaks after Montgomery County sees highest COVID-19 cases in Alabama

  ‘Black Lives Better’ rally in Montgomery promotes positivity and prayer

  Black Lives Matter rally remembers life of Lowndes County Sherriff ‘Big John’ Williams

  With 800 new COVID-19 cases in a day, Alabamians urged to wear masks, stay home

  Alumni call on MPS to rename high schools, permanently remove Robert E. Lee statue

  Ala. tax numbers during first full month of pandemic offer hope, April down 4.5%

  92-year-old master gardener awarded plaque by neighbors for service

  Confederate statue in Tuskegee spray painted with expletives

  COVID-19 survivor reunited with family after being intubated for 44 days

  Local law enforcement meets with community to discuss police brutality

  Montgomery protesters remain largely peaceful in comparison to other large cities

  Demonstrators gather in Montgomery to protest police brutality

  Montgomery physician invents hand sanitizing dispenser wristband

  Large crowd rallied at Alabama Capitol Saturday to protest death of George Floyd

  Victoryland opens casino for business, president assures guests they are keeping facility clean

  Doctor: ER handling overflow of patients as Montgomery ICU beds fill