Samantha Day

Samantha Day


Montgomery, AL

Samantha Day is a general assignment reporter who joined WSFA 12 News in May 2017.

She is a native of Montgomery and attended Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School.

Samantha is a student of Troy University's Hall School of Journalism, majoring in broadcast journalism and minoring in leadership development.

At Troy University, Samantha was the president of the Society of Professional Journalists, a member of the Broadcasting Club, and active with TROY TrojanVision News, her college’s student-run television station.

She attended the Southeast Journalism Conference where she ranked first for Best Television News Feature Reporter for 2016 and first in the television anchoring onsite competition for 2017.

In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with her friends and family and binge-watching television shows on Netflix.

Recent Articles by Samantha

  26th annual Buckmasters Expo underway

  Montgomery’s first charter school to open Monday

  Montgomery schools to lose no-cost athletic trainers

  New storm shelter being built in Pike County town

  High school football teams tackle the heat

  National Night Out in Montgomery draws crowds

  Opp using $7 million loan to make repairs

  Victim’s sister speaks after changes made to state’s ‘Move Over’ law

  Elmore, Autauga County students to see revamped schools this year

  Montgomery woman puts up billboards in hopes of finding a kidney donor

  Alabama Attorney General’s Office warning of car warranty scams

  Alabama Shakespeare Festival reveals 2019-2020 season lineup

  AL woman recalls experience with flesh-eating bacteria six years ago

  Event held to raise money for March 3 tornado survivor

  Now is the time to get children back into the school routine

  Bats are back at McKenzie High School

  New restaurants and stores coming to Eastchase Parkway

  Montgomery panhandlers could soon face jail time

  5th Montgomery prayer walk held Saturday

  Alabama state Senator’s house the target of attempted break-in

  Major growth continues in Pike Road

  UnitedHealthcare may cut ties with many Alabama hospitals

  ASU coach tests out device said to help with concussions, other injuries

  Dangerous heat expected during this weekend’s many events

  Tree dedication for Prattville native who made an impact on the city

  Donations stolen from Pike County Salvation Army Thrift Store

  More than $500,000 in damage caused by March tornado in Macon County

  Wetumpka musical prodigy going on tour

Retail sales in Alabama are increasing

  Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris visits Montgomery