Troy game, Iron Bowl to air at same time Saturday

Saturday will present a challenge for those looking to watch both the Iron Bowl and Troy’s match-up on live television.

  Scattered rain today, Sunday could be a washout

  Scattered showers, storms return Friday with plenty of rain Sunday

  Salvation Army delivers Thanksgiving meals to those in need

2020 Thanksgiving and Black Friday store hours

Man will attend his 61st Iron Bowl

Mayor Reed hands out Thanksgiving meals

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  NFL family gives out free Thanksgiving meals in Montgomery

Alabama Head Football Coach Nick Saban tests positive for COVID-19, will probably miss Iron Bowl

  Families make last-minute preparations for Thanksgiving

Union Co. couple uses lottery winnings to help feed those in need on Thanksgiving

Suspects sought in multiple business burglaries

Iron Bowl business opinions vary this year in Tuscaloosa

  Historic church’s first family wins Families of the Year Award

The Waters family is among this year's winners of the Families of the Year Awards by the Family Guidance Center of Alabama.

Montgomery Co. Health Department to host free drive-up flu vaccine clinics next month

The Montgomery County Health Department will be holding three drive-up flu vaccine clinics next month.

Montgomery Co. Health Department to offer 2 drive-up COVID-19 testing clinics next week

The Montgomery County Health Department will be offering two drive-up COVID-19 testing clinics next week.

  Judge reduces former Ala. House speaker’s sentence by half

Former Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard will now serve 28 months in prison for six felony ethics convictions.

  Appellate court to review former Montgomery officer’s manslaughter conviction

Alabama adds 2,639 new COVID-19 cases Thursday

Alabama adds 2,785 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday

Montgomery home heavily damaged in Tuesday night fire

Pedestrian struck and killed in Montgomery Saturday

Missing child alert for Tallapoosa County teen canceled

Troy men’s basketball season opener against Middle Georgia State canceled

The Troy men’s basketball program said the season opener against Middle Georgia State has been canceled.

Former Alabama player, Hendrick pit crew team member killed with wife in crash

Rowdy Harrell died in an automobile crash during his honeymoon in Florida. His wife Blakley was also killed.

2 of 3 victims identified in Troy Highway fatal crash

Montgomery police have released the identity of two of the three victims of a fatal crash on Troy Highway.

Millions of Americans to travel for Thanksgiving despite warnings

The day before Thanksgiving is typically the busiest travel day of the year. This year that may still be true, even though fewer people are traveling.

Man shot in Montgomery Tuesday night

Police say the man sustained a non-life-threatening gunshot wound.

  Tallassee residents confront City Council over proposed prison location

Tuesday night, residents against the proposed site, voiced their concerns to the City Council for the first time.

  Alabama History: Re-examined Part 3

WSFA 12 News is continuing its series of stories on the history and contributions of African Americans to this state.

  20 groups protest Ala. secretary of state’s retweets

Alabama’s secretary of state received backlash for retweets he made on his personal account.

Alabama tops the College Football Playoff rankings

Alabama remains unbeaten going into Saturday’s Iron Bowl against Auburn.

Montgomery settles lawsuit over panhandling ordinance

The city of Montgomery has settled a lawsuit regarding its repealed panhandling ordinance.

Ivey: Alabama hits 3rd year of record foster care adoptions

Gov. Kay Ivey says Alabama reported a record number of foster care adoptions for the third year in a row.

  Parents with 3 adopted, 2 foster kids win Families of the Year Award

Making sure everyone is a part of the big picture is what makes the McCarthy family one of this year’s families of the year.

Marsh stepping down as Senate pro tempore, Reed nominated

Longtime Senate President Pro Tempore Del Marsh is stepping down from his leadership position.

Funeral announced for former Rep. Holmes; flags to fly half-staff

Former state Rep. Alvin Holmes passed away on Saturday at age 81.

  Today is dry, but rain chances are returning soon

Late Wednesday, late Friday into Saturday morning and Sunday feature the best chances.

Suspect charged after Family Dollar employee robbed

A man is facing charges after court records say an employee of a Family Dollar store in Montgomery was robbed.

Enterprise restaurant damaged in fire, suspect charged with arson

Enterprise police have made an arrest in a fire that damaged a popular restaurant.

  Taylor Swift ‘folklore’ concert film coming to Disney+

The concert film will include guest appearances from Jack Antonoff, Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver — acts who all appear on Swift’s “folklore” album.

27-year-old killed in Macon County identified; 2 arrested

Macon County authorities have identified a man found dead Monday.

  After a three year term, Doug Jones prepares to leave Capitol Hill

Jones notes his work on Capitol Hill is not quite finished. During this “lame duck” period, he is hopeful a COVID-19 relief package is passed, in addition to military funding and a broader government spending package. But come January, he passes the torch to Tuberville.

  ‘We’re going to put your ass in jail’: Police chief addresses crime in Montgomery, new initiative

Montgomery Police Chief Ernest Finley had strong words Tuesday morning as he and city leaders discussed combatting crime in the capital city.

Don’t miss this: Jupiter, Saturn to appear as one for first time since 1623 in December

The two gas giants will look like a single planet as they come extremely close next month!

Auburn man arrested on five felony warrants, charged with possession of child pornography

The Auburn Police Division arrested an Auburn man Friday, Nov. 20, on five felony warrants charging him with possession of child pornography.

MFR: Cause of storage structure fire under investigation

Montgomery Fire/Rescue officials are working to determine what led to a fire Monday night.

  COVID-19 pandemic forces Americans to change Thanksgiving plans

People everywhere are trying to find that balance between celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday and staying safe as COVID-19 cases continue to climb.

  ALEA offers Thanksgiving travel safety tips

State troopers want to lower crashes, injuries and fatalities this Thanksgiving.

COVID virus mutation explained and how it affects the vaccine

Without getting very technical, the COVID-19 vaccine is very specific, targeted at what makes the virus tick. We know that at this stage in their research, three companies have promising vaccine results.

Winn-Dixie parent company recalls basil product

The company is recalling the 0.5-ounce Naturally Better organic fresh cut basil due to the potential presence of Cyclospora.

  Father-daughter duo wins Families of the Year Award

Frank and Ella Gaines Thomas are among the Family Guidance Center of Alabama's families of the year.

  Mourners march in honor of former state Rep. Alvin Holmes

Organizers held a march in memory former state Rep. Alvin Holmes.

Selma mayor implements citywide curfew

The City of Selma is under a citywide curfew starting Monday night.

  Lowndes County remembers Sheriff John ‘Big John’ Williams 1 year later

One year ago, Lowndes County residents were shocked beyond belief over the shooting death of their beloved sheriff, John “Big John” Williams.

Homicide investigation underway in Macon County

Macon County Sheriff Andre Brunson says a body was found in Macon County.

Prognosis poor for stranded sperm whale

Experts say the prognosis for a sperm whale stranded in Mobile Bay is poor.

Wetumpka police searching for laundromat burglary suspect

The suspect is wanted for questioning for burglary, theft of property and criminal mischief.

  Rain potentially returning to the forecast soon

No one day will bring widespread, all day shower or storm activity, but an uptick in coverage is expected!

PPE manufacturing facility to create 300 jobs in Selma

Over 300 new jobs are headed to Selma with a new personal protective equipment manufacturing facility.

Reward being offered in June murder of Opelika man

CrimeStoppers is offering a reward for information leading to an arrest in the June murder of 30-year-old Nealious Mario Hodge.

Gov. Ivey allocates $3.6 million from CARES Act for food banks

Governor Kay Ivey has allocated $3,606,104 for the Alabama Feeding Initiative, which reimburses food banks for COVID-related expenses.

Board to certify Alabama election results on Monday

Alabama’s results from the Nov. 3 election will become official on Monday.

  ‘We are headed in the wrong direction’: Ala. health officials urge caution ahead of Thanksgiving

Alabama health officials are urging residents to take safety precautions this Thanksgiving to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Man injured in shooting Monday morning in Montgomery

A man was injured in a shooting in Montgomery Monday morning.

  COVID-19 patient leaves UAB after more than 200 days in hospital

A major health milestone Monday for a patient who had COVID-19 and has been at UAB Hospital since mid-April. She has spent more than 200 days in the hospital.

UPDATE: Arrest after man shot and killed at Captain D’s in Birmingham

Police say they received a call Sunday and arriving officers found a man lying on the ground who had been shot in the chest.

  MGM Regional Airport upgrades parking for travelers’ convenience

Travelers now enter and exit convenient airport parking in a touchless, fully automated environment.

First Alert: Shot of very cold air to invade Alabama next week

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday looking cold to very cold.

Alabama men’s basketball program placed on 3-year probation

The probation does not include a loss of scholarships or postseason ban.

  COVID-19 impacting grocery stores for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving will be different for many families across the country this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Early morning fire under investigation in Montgomery

Montgomery Fire/Rescue officials are working to find out what caused an early morning fire Monday.

  Some rain chances are back in the forecast!

Plus, a look at your Thanksgiving forecast

Auburn men’s basketball to forgo 2020-21 postseason

The Auburn men’s basketball program announced that it will not participate in the 2020-21 postseason.

  Family tradition: Mother and son both graduate from ASU on same weekend

Lauren Salter walked the stage and received her diploma during the same graduation weekend as her son, Courtney.

  Mosses Police Department hosts turkey giveaway

The Mosses Police Department gave back to the community with a turkey giveaway Sunday.

Holiday Pop-Up Shoppe returning to The Shoppes at EastChase

The Holiday Pop-Up Shoppe is returning this holiday season to The Shoppes at EastChase.

  Auburn renames student center after Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold D. Melton

On Friday, Auburn University unveiled its student center naming in honor of Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold D. Melton.

  Vigil held for late Lowndes County Sheriff John “Big John” Williams

Saturday, residents of Lowndes County gathered to remember Sheriff John “Big John” Williams who was killed in the line of duty one year ago Monday.

  NBA player JaMychal Green returns to Montgomery to help give out 500 turkeys

In Montgomery Saturday, a crowd gathered to get their hands on a free Thanksgiving turkey.

  Former longtime Alabama Rep. Alvin Holmes dies

Former longtime Alabama Rep. Alvin Holmes has died, the Alabama Democratic Party confirmed. He was 81.