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

  Montgomery sees tourism boost in 2019

  As parts of Alabama deal with flooding, now is the time to prepare

  What to know about Alabama’s graduated drivers license law

  Plan ahead to have a safe ride home this New Year’s Eve

  Pastor calls for action after 2 killed in Tuskegee shooting

  Activists call for president’s impeachment at ‘Nobody is Above the Law’ rally

  Elmore County School Board approves $50 million bond resolution

  Scammers targeting holiday shoppers, AARP Alabama warns

Gov. Kay Ivey unveils Alabama’s Bicentennial Park

  State intervention, more addressed at final MPS meeting of 2019

  Flu ‘widespread’ in Alabama, according to CDC

  Gov. Kay Ivey lights state Christmas tree

  Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg visits Montgomery

  Holiday shopping starting ahead of Black Friday

  Holiday shopping safety tips from the Montgomery Police Department

  Sheriff ‘Big John’ Williams remembered at vigil in Hayneville

  Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed announces plans for first quarter of 2020

  Over 200 call in to WSFA 12 News Defenders phone bank

  Mayor-elect Steven Reed celebrates inauguration a few days early

  Community gathers to pray for Aniah Blanchard

  Dispute over new chair, vice chair elected to Alabama Democratic Party

  How to protect your children from kidnappers

  Timeline of Aniah Blanchard’s disappearance

Many haunted house attractions not up to code

  Equality volunteer firefighter laid to rest

  Troy University’s Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity suspended

  Longtime Montgomery County Administrator retiring

  Mother remembers son she lost to suicide 2 years ago

  Officials offer fire safety tips for colder weather

  Hot air outside brings pests inside