Ashley Hall is the news director and co-anchors NewsWatch 12 at 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00 p.m. with Brian Morton. She joined the team in 2004 after working for two years at KOMU in Mid-Missouri, where she also attended the University of Missouri School of Journalism.
Originally from Florida, Ashley loves being out of the humid part of the United States, and in a state that has so much to offer. Ashley and her husband, Eric, love to raft the Rogue River, hike the Table Rocks, and visit local wineries. But, Ashley says they’ve slowed down some since becoming parents to Olivia and Jackson.
The Associated Press is recognizing the station for outstanding digital work.
Mike & Emily Green are a blended biracial family currently raising two small boys and a teen daughter in a predominately white region of southern Oregon. They're hosting a conversation about how to talk to your kids about race.
The overall rankings represent how healthy counties are within the state. The ranks are based on two types of measures: how long people live and how healthy people feel while alive.
Police say a driver didn't stop at a stop sign, which caused the accident that killed the 59-year-old man.
Law enforcement officers say the man held his 3-year-old daughter captive after he was ordered by a court to give the girl to officers.
Pixar dropped the first full-length trailer for its upcoming "Toy Story 4" movie Tuesday, featuring all your old favorites plus a spork named Forky.
Oregon State Police are searching for the person who opened fire on a car, on I-5 SB near Roseburg High School, killing one person.
Jackson County Library Services want 75% of residents to have a library card. Here's their plan:
More than 200 "FIRST Tech Challenge" teams competed in Oregon. St. Mary's "C4" team is now advancing to compete in Houston against kids from around the world.
A Rogue River woman's only mode of transportation was stolen from her church after she loaned her electric scooter to her pastor. Here's how police tracked it down.