Sally Pitts

Sally Pitts


Montgomery, AL

Sally Pitts anchors WSFA 12 News at Noon and First at 4. A graduate of Auburn University, Sally joined WSFA 12's production department after college before being promoted into the news department. Sally serves on several area boards including The Montgomery Ballet and Partners in Education.  Sally enjoys volunteering as a mentor and tutor. When not at work, Sally enjoys playing tennis, running and spending time with her nieces and nephews. Sally is a Chilton County native, and her family still lives there.

Recent Articles by Sally

Visitor restrictions extended in Gulf Shores, Orange Beach

ALSDE sending more PPE to schools around the state

‘Into the Unknown’: Auburn City Schools teacher encourages others with song

Alabama state health officer believes mask mandate is working

City of Auburn could see big impact if students don’t return in fall

Alabama state health officer concerned about ongoing community transmission of COVID-19

Memorial Day expected to bring large crowds to Alabama beaches

Playgrounds remain closed in Alabama

Despite COVID-19 truck drivers keep on rolling

Grandfather remembers grandson, youngest Beauregard tornado victim

‘I still can’t sleep’: Survivor remembers tornado that claimed 7 family members

Parents share heartbreak after losing daughter in 2019 tornado

Lee County sheriff remembers Beauregard tornado a year later

Woman incarcerated for 15 years shares her story

Law enforcement makes Alabama teen’s dream come true

Technology helping identify fake products becoming more popular

Lee County first responder recovering after stroke

  Lee County sheriff’s deputy remembers cries for help after March tornado

Auburn makes ‘subtle adjustments’ to iconic AU logo

  Widow of slain Auburn police officer speaks after mortgage paid in full

  Many Lee County tornado victims remain in temporary housing

  Lee County still healing 7 weeks after tornadoes

  Program established to serve Lee County storm victims long-term

Man not sure how family survived Lee County tornado

Lee County woman remembers mother who died in Beauregard tornado

Lee County teachers return to school, prepare for students

British woman named Dee Ford becomes AU fan thanks to Twitter