Sally Pitts

Sally Pitts


Montgomery, AL

Sally Pitts anchors WSFA 12 News at Noon and First at 4. A graduate of Auburn University, Sally joined WSFA 12's production department after college before being promoted into the news department. Sally serves on several area boards including The Montgomery Ballet and Partners in Education.  Sally enjoys volunteering as a mentor and tutor. When not at work, Sally enjoys playing tennis, running and spending time with her nieces and nephews. Sally is a Chilton County native, and her family still lives there.

Recent Articles by Sally

  Auburn prepares for return of students

  ‘Into the Unknown’: Auburn City Schools teacher encourages others with song

  Demand surges for convalescent plasma, donations sought

  Alabama state health officer believes mask mandate is working

  MPS students can still receive counseling services while at home

  Sally’s Adventures: Mobile tourist attractions

  City of Auburn could see big impact if students don’t return in fall

  Having fun but staying safe on Alabama’s waterways

  Barry Moore says he’s ready to serve Alabama’s 2nd district

  Jeff Coleman prepared for GOP District 2 runoff election

  Sally’s Adventures: U.S. Space and Rocket Center

American Red Cross experiencing critical blood shortage amid pandemic

  Alabama adds new missing persons alert

  ASU professor discusses racism in America and how to move forward

  Selma mayor ‘encouraged’ by peaceful protests

  Huntingdon College to welcome students back to class Aug. 10

  ASU president: Pandemic reveals ‘inequalities’ in HBCU funding

  Alabama state health officer concerned about ongoing community transmission of COVID-19

  Memorial Day expected to bring large crowds to Alabama beaches

  Playgrounds remain closed in Alabama

  Hospitals battling dwindling revenue due to coronavirus

  Supporting health care workers during National Hospital Week

Ala. Hospital Association president worried COVID-19 will escalate as businesses reopen

  ‘Such a loss’: Wetumpka grieves death of 11-year-old killed in Jefferson County hunting accident

  Family Sunshine Center concerned about victims quarantined with abusers

  Coronaviruses will never be fully eradicated, Auburn professor says

  Montgomery Public Schools using buses as WiFi hotspots for quarantined students

  Despite COVID-19 truck drivers keep on rolling

  Lee County community members ‘Park and Pray’ for hospital staff

  Tuskegee U. veterinarian talks COVID-19, pets