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.
As the temperatures outside drop, many people turn the temperatures inside, up. But before you light your fire place, or plug in your space heater, fire officials want to make sure you’re taking the proper precautions.
While the devastation Hurricane Dorian left behind is hundreds of miles away, the distance isn’t stopping one local church from helping out. Saint James United Methodist Church has teamed up with two churches, one in Birmingham and the other in Niceville, Florida, to help with recovery efforts.
To keep the number of boating fatalities from from rising, marine police with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) are reminding the public of some important safety tips to keep in mind this Labor Day weekend.
Mike Roaw, who hosted the show “Dirty Jobs,” has a new show called “Returning the Favor.” The show honors people making a difference in their communities, and over the summer Roaw visited with a Tallassee married couple who is making a difference in the lives of veterans.
It’s been two weeks since Old Cloverdale residents found themselves dodging bullets at the intersection of Woodley Road and East Fairview Avenue. On Monday night, residents gathered at Filet and Vine for the neighborhood’s monthly homeowner’s association meeting, but to also discuss the recent even
A year ago today, August 18, 2018, a fire destroyed part of Booker T. Washington Magnet High School’s campus. To commemorate the one year anniversary of the fire that changed their lives, students and teachers from B.T.W. gathered for a block party.