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

  Hurricane Sally flood waters rupture drive, sweep away family’s belongings

  Alabama farms take beating from Hurricane Sally, farmers predict major crop losses

  Montgomery Red Cross helping south Alabama Sally victims

  Sally hits Montgomery, causes widespread damage

  Courtroom sketch artist takes his talents to the streets 

  Lake Martin boat parade honors first responders, late Ala. state trooper

  Millbrook, Prattville police warn of financial scam targeting elderly

  Montgomery family shares its story of loss on World Suicide Prevention Day

  Senator fears new mega-prisons could force closure of 3 prisons in his district

Campers, boaters fill Wind Creek State Park Labor Day weekend

  Hundreds attend pro-Trump boat parade on Lake Jordan

  Elmore County will soon become home to new mega-prison

  Montgomery doctors: COVID-19 hospitalizations decline, Labor Day weekend might reverse trend

  Trump authorizes CDC to ban COVID-related evictions

  Montgomery AMC theater welcomes guests after monthslong closure

  Fans react to first college football game during COVID-19 pandemic

  Austin Peay team crosses Edmund Pettus Bridge before FCS game

  Selma’s mayoral race ends in a runoff

  ‘Don’t blow this for everyone else’: Dr. Harris discusses college campuses, high school football

  93-year-old volunteer devotes years to community service

  Protest against church closures held outside Alabama Capitol

  High School football season kicks off; fans adjust to new regulations

  Mayor Reed proposes first fiscal year budget plan to city council

  State Rep. makes history as first African American woman to lead Alabama’s DNC delegation

  Wetumpka real estate market hot despite pandemic

  Finishing touches made to new ‘healing mural’ in Selma

  Montgomery family schools children online while circling the globe

  Boarding school in Camp Hill returns to campus amid COVID-19 pandemic

  MPS official addresses concern over lack of technological support for students

  Online learning advice from mothers who do it daily