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

  ’It’s such a blessing’: Family of 7 gets Christmas assistance through Montgomery program

  Families make last-minute preparations for Thanksgiving

  Tallassee residents confront City Council over proposed prison location

  Family tradition: Mother and son both graduate from ASU on same weekend

  Gov. Ivey awards ASF $5M for renovations and repairs

  COVID-19 pushes LifeSouth’s blood supply to the brink

  UAB launches program to help patients with lingering COVID-19 symptoms

  Montgomery airport prepares for Thanksgiving amid pandemic

  Christmas Clearinghouse to help thousands of families in need this holiday season

  Doctor says COVID-19 vaccine won’t arrive in time to prevent infection this winter

  Small businesses look to recover this holiday season

  Alabama Republicans, Democrats react to Biden’s victory

  Chief: Montgomery Police Department’s headquarters vandalized with ‘small ax’

  Alabama lifts COVID-19 occupancy limits on businesses

  City leaders discuss MPS’ future after property tax victory

  ‘We can stop this’: Tallassee residents speak out against proposed prison site

  MPS parents speak out against campaign opposing property tax increase

  2 storm shelters opening in Montgomery for Hurricane Zeta

  'I’m devastated’: Prattville apartment fire victim loses everything

  NAACP holds voting rights caravan in honor of Late Rep. John Lewis

  Montgomery homeless shelters continue to be impacted by COVID-19

  Wind Creek is back open 24 hours a day; COVID-19 protections still in place

  Democracy reform organization campaigns against Montgomery property tax increase

  26 families displaced after apartment fire in Prattville

  Montgomery residents outraged after community street becomes dumping site

  Alabama Conference of Black Mayors holds voter rally on capitol steps

  Balloon release honors victims of domestic violence

  State getting more flu vaccines this year, anticipating eventual COVID-19 vaccine

  Nursing homes begin allowing in-person visits with new COVID-19 guidelines

  Red Cross volunteers return from Sally, prepare for Hurricane Delta