Sally Pitts

Sally Pitts

Anchor

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

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

  Tuskegee U. veterinarian talks COVID-19, pets

AARP offers tips to navigate coronavirus storm

Pandemic prompts Ala. driver’s license office changes

Food donations pour in at Montgomery Zoo

  Ways to continue educating children while school districts are closed

  Maintaining a healthy lifestyle while stuck at home

  Grandfather remembers grandson, youngest Beauregard tornado victim

  ‘I still can’t sleep’: Survivor remembers tornado that claimed 7 family members

  Parents share heartbreak after losing daughter in 2019 tornado

  Lee County sheriff remembers Beauregard tornado a year later

  Terri Hasdorff running for District 2 congressional seat

  Former Ala. AG Troy King running for Congress

  Fundraiser helps brother, sister hit by vehicle in Millbrook

  What to look for when choosing the right tax preparer

  New program helps MPS students stay on track to graduation

  How to disable the ‘off-Facebook activity’ tool

  State superintendent gives update on MPS intervention

  FTC: 10 steps to avoid fraud

  Woman incarcerated for 15 years shares her story

  Harvard students help with Mayor Reed’s transition team

  Longtime Eastwood Christian School headmaster to be laid to rest

  Law enforcement makes Alabama teen’s dream come true

  Lions Club works to improve reading skills for students with Irlen Syndrome

  Prattville mayor shares 2019 accomplishments, 2020 goals

  Technology helping identify fake products becoming more popular

  Stop Judging, Start Healing: new Campaign aims to change the way we speak

  ‘Big John’ Williams remembered by fellow sheriffs

  Pike Road schools keeping pace with growing community

  Auburn University program serving military families