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.
She’s currently enrolled in Mississippi State’s Broadcast Operational Meteorology Program where she will obtain her certificate in meteorology in 2022.
Ashley loves watching reality TV and trying out new recipes from Pinterest. She enjoys all Huntsville and North Alabama has to offer.
Wednesday marks 66 years since Rosa Parks made history for refusing to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus. Her arrest turned into a pivotal moment in the Civil Rights Movement.
They said the need for treating children with respiratory illnesses like flu and RSV has increased this year, and each piece of equipment will be used to help treat some of the sickest patients at the children's hospital.
Dr. Marrazzo said laboratory testing into how much current Covid-19 vaccines will protect against the new omicron variant has already begun.
The cool calm condition will set things up for a big cool down overnight and for the beginning of the work week.
Temperatures have made a nice comeback after the chilly start. Highs this afternoon in the upper 50's with plenty of sunshine all across North Alabama.
A downright cold morning with temperatures across North Alabama in the mid to upper 20's as we're waking up.
It may not be Friday yet, but shoppers are already hitting the mall to grab Black Friday deals.
They say the ultimate key to keeping customers and staff happy is going to be patience.
Two fronts will make its presence shown as it makes it's way through North Alabama this evening.
Lows will be about 10 degrees warmer than what we saw last night