Ashley Carter

Ashley is a Reporter at WAAY 31

Title: Ashley is a Reporter at WAAY 31

I was born and raised in Arlington, Texas before moving to the Valley of the Sun to attend the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. I graduated Cum Laude in May 2019. During my time at Cronkite, I got the chance to be a multimedia journalist for the student run Cronkite News newscast that aired on Arizona PBS. I was also the Monday weather anchor.

Some of my favorite memories as a SunDevil were being involved in many organizations around campus such as the National Association of Black Journalists and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

In my spare time I like to hangout with friends, watch reality tv and try out new recipes from Pinterest!
I am excited to get to know the Huntsville community and be able to tell your stories!

Recent Posts by Ashley Carter

New Hope Navy veteran recovering after losing home in fire

Randy Humphries said his crutches and prosthetic leg were also burned up in the fire.

Madison County Health Department providing free flu shots

There is no out-of-pocket cost for participants.

Mental health program could be coming to Limestone County Jail

Limestone County jail workers say they are in the middle of a mental health crisis.

Family wants to continue legacy of late Madison County Democratic Party member

Deborah Barros' son told WAAY 31 his mother loved helping everyone in the Huntsville community and took everyone in as family.

Huntsville neighborhood in fear after string of car break-ins

They said they've been taking extra precautions to keep themselves from becoming victims.

Madison County hemp farmers heighten security around fields

One man learned the hard way and says he wants everyone else to be aware.

'I know he's in heaven:’ Family prepares to bury Limestone County toddler killed in hot car

Casen Case's funeral services will be on Thursday at 2 p.m.

Morgan County program helps people recovering from addiction

Rendell Drummond, who runs the program, says he modeled the program after the one he went to that led to his sobriety.

East Alabama man confirmed as state’s first vaping-related death

WAAY 31 spoke with officials on Wednesday to get insight on the state's vaping cases.

Six-year-old boy being called a hero after alerting man to fire near Athens home

Noah Cobb says he begged his parents to pull over and tell the man there was a big fire near his home.

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