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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

Art museum kicks off MLK Jr. Weekend with opening of exhibit celebrating black art

The exhibit will remain open from January 17th through Black History Month.

Alabama Community College tuition increase weeks away from being voted on

The Alabama Community College System board will vote on a measure to increase tuition for community college students by two dollars per credit hour

Traffic signal still not up at Austin High School in Decatur. Here's why

Parents told WAAY 31 it's a major concern for them

Here’s how to get one of the 4,000 jobs in North Alabama for the 2020 Census

It’s part of a statewide push to make sure everyone who lives in Alabama is counted in this year’s census.

Radiance Technologies employees begin school in new program

Radiance Technologies partnered with Auburn University to give employees a chance to earn their master's degree in engineering.

Rain prompts Marshall County business owners to fix damage

The Minor Nurseries roof was blown off in Saturday's storm.

Madison Hospital baby boom prompts need for new cribs, fundraiser

Madison Hospital needs your help to buy new and better cribs for the rising number of babies in our area.

Hazel Green neighbors remain nervous after man arrested for attacking deputies

Michael Ray Hillis is being held on a $120,000 bond.

U.S. Army warning people about scam text message

The message is being sent around to people all around the country telling them they have been selected for the draft.

Madison City Schools using machine to combat flu

The say their sanitation machine is more effective and efficient!

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