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.
Walden will represent 8 states in the formation of House committees.
Wednesday night's outdoor performance of Romeo and Juliet is canceled—alternate options available.
After a series of prominent failures, there's reason to be hopeful in the search for a drug to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
The unhealthy or hazardous air quality is concerning for many. But while most of us wait for the wind to clear the air, firefighters are deployed again and again to the smokiest areas. And it could be having a real health impact.
The 5-3-1 index can help you understand and estimate the air quality at any time, from any location.
Wednesday's concert has sold more tickets than the new location can hold, so it will become a first-come, first-served situation.
UPDATE AT 10:00pm: Evacuation orders have been lifted for people living along Lott Road & Bunny Lane, 15 miles north of Weed.
Fire Crews are on the scene of a new grass fire, burning in an old burn scar, on Foothill Blvd. near Grants Pass.
Some Jackson County residents are now under a level 3 "GO" evacuation notice; additional level 2 "Be Set" evacuation notices for others in Jackson County.
It could take 2-4 days to complete the mission to rescue all 12 boys and their coach.