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Ashley Carter

Ashley is a Reporter at WAAY 31

Title: Reporter

Ashely was born and raised in Arlington, Texas, but traveled further west to pursue a career in broadcasting. She graduated Cum Laude from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. While in college, Ashley worked for the student run Cronkite News as a multimedia journalist and weather anchor. She was involved in many organizations on campus, including the National Association of Black Journalists and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Ashley loves watching reality TV and trying out new recipes from Pinterest. She enjoys all Huntsville and North Alabama has to offer.

Recent Posts by Ashley Carter

Tracking heavy rain to kick off the summer season

A 60% chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms is to be expected for Monday afternoon, with the biggest threat being the heavy rain.

Flash Flood warning in effect for parts of North Alabama

A flash flood warning in effect in Marshall and Dekalb counties until 3:15 a.m.

Tracking the potential impacts of Tropical Storm Claudette in North Alabama

The latest track of the storm shows Claudette will curve further towards the southeast which means much lower rainfall totals is expected this afternoon.

Shocked and devastated, friend mourns victim in Albertville mass shooting

A family friend of Lee dobbins told WAAY 31 they are still in shock and grieving the sudden loss.

'David didn’t deserve this, no one deserves this:' Wife of Mueller shooting victim speaks out

WAAY 31 spoke to Taryn throughout the day Wednesday and she told us she is still in grief and mourning the sudden loss of her husband.

Microchip shortage impacting North Alabama businesses

The small but impactful device is causing big issues to industries across the country, including an appliance store here in Huntsville.

Severely damaged homes, leftover debris: Cleanup in Decatur continues after weekend storm

Clean up efforts in the Hickory Hills community took place today, as some people in the area are now left without a home.

Staying warm to end the weekend, chance of storms by the afternoon

The chance for isolated strong storms by the afternoon and early evening with localized flooding being the biggest concern.

Hot and humid afternoon ahead, chance for isolated severe storms

Summer-like weather is taking over in North Alabama.

‘I'm just so empty … so hurt:’ Fathers, families, community mourn Lawrence Co. teens killed in wreck

Sixteen-year old Javion Brown and 17-year old Derrick "DJ" Wiggins died when the car they were in went off the road and hit a tree - leaving many still in shock

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