Bryan Henry

Bryan Henry

Reporter

Montgomery, AL

Bryan Henry is a reporter Monday through Friday for WSFA 12 News. He joined the WSFA 12 family in November of 1995 as Assignment Editor. After a two-year stint on the desk, Bryan accepted an offer to resume his reporting career with WSFA 12 News. Bryan's career has taken him to five television markets throughout the southeast. His reporting skills have earned him numerous AP Awards in Louisiana, a slew of regional and national awards including first-place awards from the Green Eyeshade Journalism Awards Contest, a couple of RTNDA's and a Scripps-Howard Excellence in Journalism for investigative reporting. Bryan has also won "The Communicator Award" three times for his reporting. Bryan didn't have to look far to discover what profession he would choose in life. His parents were journalists. He has a brother and sister in the media, too. "They practically taught me everything I know today. I can't think of a better career in which you have a chance to experience something new every single day, and what a wonderful way to learn what's going on in the world," says Bryan. After graduating from college in 1986, Bryan began his professional career in Monroe, Louisiana. From there it was on to Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Mobile, Alabama; and Spartanburg, South Carolina. Bryan is married and when he's not reporting the news, he's devoting all of his attention to his lovely wife DiDi and their little girl Laura Grace Henry, a miracle after 10 years worth of prayers. Bryan is an avid jogger, likes to work-out and read biographies. You may contact Bryan at bhenry@wsfa.com.


Recent Articles by Bryan

  Progress in downtown Andalusia redevelopment

  Alex City rallies around police investigator who suffered heart attack

  Knights of Columbus donate $1,600 to Prattville’s New Hope Academy

Suspect admits to illegally dumping in Tallapoosa County

  State, regional crews work to restore electricity In Baldwin County

  Elba relieved as Pea River forecast changes

  Covington County hopes for best, prepares for worst from Hurricane Sally

Passerby finds body in Butler County

  Utility pole maker moving to Dadeville

  Lowndes County among ‘very high risk’ counties, leads state in COVID-19 cases per capita

  Lowndes County food bank gets big boost

  Red Cross steps in to help Montgomery fire victims

  Ala. linemen sweat it out to restore Texas, La. electricity

  Coosa County Sheriff’s Office getting new patrol vehicles

  Troopers using catchy phrase to emphasize drinking and driving dangers

  Rockford’s mayor-elect dreams of big changes for forgotten town

Preliminary hearing canceled for Coosa County double murder suspect

  Human remains found in Coosa County identified as woman missing since 2018

  Maxwell’s Civil Air Patrol flies special flag on 75th anniversary of WWII’s end

  Linemen from Alabama hard at work helping with hurricane recovery

  Police officer praised for heroic efforts to try to save baby

  Cross placed at Union Springs murder scene

  Alex City mayoral candidates get more votes during certification

  Deadly pedestrian shooting suspect disputing capital murder charge

  Former state lawmaker James Thomas dies

  Pedestrian shot to death, apparently for crossing road too slowly

  Alabama power companies assisting hurricane-torn Louisiana

  Just 29 votes separate candidates in Alex City mayoral race

Lawsuit filed after body of VA patient missing since 2017 found

  Tallassee mayor, accuser both arrested on harassment charge