Bethany Davis

Bethany Davis


Montgomery, AL

Bethany Davis is a general assignment reporter for WSFA 12 News.

She came to WSFA 12 News in March 2000 as a producer while attending Auburn Montgomery. She worked on the weekday 5,6 and 10 p.m. newscasts until she was named executive producer of Today in Alabama in 2005.

In 2008, she began presenting segments in front of the camera and had completely transitioned into her role as a general assignment reporter by 2010.

She's been part of WSFA 12 News' award winning coverage of events like the Rosa Parks Museum opening, Hurricane Ivan and the Enterprise Tornado in 2007. She was the first reporter on the scene when Alabama State Troopers raided VictoryLand Casino in 2010 and reported live as the sun came up over the destruction of the 2011 tornadoes in Elmore County.

Bethany grew up in Opelika. She lives in Montgomery now with her husband, Judd, anchor of Today in Alabama. She has three boys, William, Joshua, and Hudson to keep her grounded and INCREDIBLY busy.

Recent Articles by Bethany

  Montgomery courthouse open Saturday for absentee voting

Young voters encouraged to be more engaged in elections

  Holiday travel this year to be low cost, high risk, experts say

  Doctors: ‘Pandemic fatigue’ may be to blame for surge in coronavirus cases

Doctors warn holiday celebrations should be different during pandemic

  ‘Light up Friday Nights’ to honor healthcare workers

  Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts reopens galleries after COVID-19 closure

  Protect your packages delivered after Amazon Prime Days

  National School Lunch Week celebrates meals served to students

  Volunteers needed for UAB COVID-19 treatment trials

  Junior League of Montgomery’s annual Holiday Market goes virtual for 2020

  Alabamians urged to respond as census deadline extended

  Cyber Security Awareness Month aims to educate people about protecting data

  Doctors’ reminder: hand washing still important to slow spread of coronavirus

  Better Business Bureau warns of election-related scams

  Save our Stages Act would keep music venues from closing amid pandemic

  CDC, doctors suggest other ways to celebrate Halloween in pandemic

  Students struggle to make a go of college during pandemic

  Alabama-designed ‘smart mask’ aims to detect COVID-19, other illness

  Many on Alabama coast without power, water after Hurricane Sally

  ASF forced to make major adjustments amid pandemic

  Junior League’s annual College & Career Fair goes virtual for 2020

  Fight against the flu begins while still fighting COVID-19

  UAB doctors urge Alabamians to stay vigilant against COVID-19

  2020 annual Air Force Information Technology & Cyberpower Conference goes virtual

  Girl Scouts kick off recruitment season with a different approach due to pandemic

  Pandemic spurs effort to recruit younger poll workers

  Montgomery rolls out ‘No Wait Probate’ phone app

Montgomery city councilman calls for help to deliver food for firefighters

  ‘Friends for Life’ helps fund Montgomery Humane Shelter’s happy endings