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.
The chance for a pop up shower late this morning early this afternoon will keep some areas a tad bit cooler than others, but not by much.
A hot humid and hazy day is in store to start the weekend.
A North Alabama family is raising awareness about RSV after one of their twins died from the respiratory virus, the other spent more than a week in the hospital because of it.
Dr. David Kimberlin, the Co-Director for the Pediatric Infectious Disease Division at UAB said there is a safe way for students to get and stay in the classroom this fall.
On Monday, WAAY 31 heard from one of the officers who helped save a man's life after an overdose in a car.
The stronger thunderstorm activity will hold off until the afternoon with the primetime window for the bulk of storm activity being from 1p.m. to 3pm.
A line of showers and storms moves in Saturday morning and becomes more widespread throughout the day.
An organization dedicated to helping foster families in our area says the catalytic converter on one of its delivery trucks was stolen.
Parents are having to make the decision if they're comfortable sending their children back to school now that many of the school districts have done away with some Coronavirus safety measures.
With the current instable environment in place, the possibility for severe thunderstorms packed with lightning remain