Tonya Terry

Tonya Terry

Anchor

Montgomery, AL

Tonya Terry came home in September 2002 to take her place as part of the team of anchors on one of the top-rated morning shows in the country, WSFA 12's Today in Alabama. She also anchors the community focused show Alabama Live. Prior to coming to WSFA 12 News, Tonya spent five years in Huntsville where she worked as a news anchor and reporter at both the ABC and CBS affiliates. Tonya has also worked at television and radio stations in Troy, Dothan and Enterprise. Tonya volunteers a lot of her time, so don't be surprised to see her at your school, church, football game or other community events.


Recent Articles by Tonya

  Class Act: Pike Lib teacher calls coming out of retirement a godsend

  Class Act: Teacher hopes to inspire on the field and in the classroom

  Class Act of the Month: Nikki Patel of Charles Henderson High School

  Class Act winner says her methods add up to success for students

  Class Act winner says decades of teaching shows what’s important

  Class Act winner uses sight, sound and encouragement to connect with students

  Class Act October winner keeps focus on students

  Honors English teacher uses her favorite classic novel to provide timely lessons for her students

  Class Act finds new ways to spark student learning, collaboration with colleagues

  Third year teacher impresses peers, students to win Class Act Teacher of the Month

  Class Act winner gives children a voice

  Class Act teacher says healthy relationships create best foundation for learning

  Class Act: Teacher found her calling later in life and loves it

  Sara-Jessica White of Selma High is this week’s Class Act

  First-ever Class Act ‘Teacher of the Month’ awarded to Adrian Daniels

  Class Act: Eretta Rose, MacMillan Elementary

  New recommendations and safety ratings for pickup trucks

  New imaging technique may detect cancer earlier, save lives

  Mother, children reflect on their experience with Boys & Girls Club

  Clear braces making ‘brace face’ a thing of the past

Tonya Terry’s November Book Bunch choice an emotional read

Household disinfectants could affect children’s weight

  More turn to mindfulness practices to deal with daily pressures

Lower age requirement leads to reports of shingles vaccine shortage

  Study shows more patients beating cancer without chemo

New survey ranks car companies on reliability

New device may help manage pain, reduce number of opioid prescriptions

Drug companies ramp up efforts against life-threatening food allergies

New study shows how hugs can heal

FDA disputes study on silicone breast implants