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

Alabama hospitals dealing with financial, physical strains to care for unvaccinated Covid patients

In just three months hospitals nationwide have spent about $5.7 billion in preventable costs in order to treat unvaccinated coronavirus patients.

Grocery prices on the rise in North Alabama as consumer pricing lowest in months

Economists say prices will likely increase for the remainder of the year.

Mother, family, schools mourning Morgan County brothers killed in crash

Sam and AJ Pepper died in a car crash in Morgan County Friday

Streak of beautiful weather continues to kick off the weekend

Highs this afternoon a touch warmer but staying in the mid to upper 80's.

Email seeking funds for convicted ex officer William Darby leads to Huntsville police internal probe

An internal investigation within the Huntsville Police Department is ongoing after an email was sent out to employees promoting a fundraiser in support of former officer and now convicted murderer William Darby.

North Alabama clinics preparing for increase in Covid-19 testing demand after holiday

Local clinics that perform Covid testing are prepared for another possible uptick in patients now that the Labor Day holiday has wrapped.

Body found after Morgan County house fire

The fire happened just after 4am Monday morning in Somerville.

End to our dry period as rain moves in by the afternoon

The chance for showers and storms heading into the afternoon will interrupt what has been a dry couple of days.

Nice, gorgeous start to the Labor Day weekend

Saturday will be the better day to get outdoors as rain chances move in by Sunday afternoon with the possibility for a few thunderstorms into the night.

Family, friends honoring life of VBC employee who died in fatal accident

Easter was found by another employee late Saturday night and his death has shocked those who loved him.

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