After several years in New England, Ashley is thrilled to be back in her home state! Ashley grew up right outside of Philadelphia, and joined the Fox 43 news team as a reporter in March 2018. She is always eager to learn more about the community and the people in it.

Ashley graduated Boston University in 2015, and began her career as a reporter and anchor in Bangor, Maine. In Maine, she had the opportunity to interview Susan Sarandon as she rallied in favor of Sen. Bernie Sanders. She also covered the longest man-hunt in Maine history and the several-month search for a missing man.

Ashley is also an adrenaline junkie. When she wasn’t covering politics or breaking news, you could find her skydiving or entering the state’s scariest haunted houses, all ON AIR! She loves having fun, spending time with friends, family, and her pug mix, Theodore. When she’s not at work, she is usually watching movies, running, or traveling.

Most importantly, Ashley loves to tell the stories that matter to you. She is a people-person, and thinks the stories with the greatest impact are the stories about individuals in the community.

Feel free to reach out to her with any story ideas or news tips! She would love to hear from you… You can also keep up with her on Facebook and Twitter at @ashleypaulnews.

Recent Articles
  • New details in fatal hit-and-run crash

    Isaia Candelario should have been celebrating his 17th birthday. “I’m kind of at a loss for words,” said Lt. Phil Berkheiser. Instead, his family and friends are mourning his death. “How do you summarize the lives of two teenage boys who had their entire lives ahead of them?” said Berkheiser. Investigators say Candelario was driving with his friend through the intersection of East King and Franklin Streets in Lancaster, when another car sped through a red light and broadsided them, […]

  • Should school buses have seat belts?

    An incident involving a car and a school bus sent 11 students to the hospital with minor injuries in Perry County earlier this week. This, following a deadly crash in New Jersey just last week, prompting the question, “are school buses safe?” “No, because there’s not even any seat belts for them,” said one Newport resident. “All the other vehicles, you need to have the kids strapped in,” said another. Right now, vehicles under 10,000 pounds are required to have […]

  • Push to educate public on safety tips

    In a world where shootings, robberies, and assaults happen every day, it’s not a bad idea to educate yourself on possible red flags. “See something, say something. Please let us know,” said Chief Ron Camacho with the Chambersburg Police Department. Following yet another mass shooting last week, and a push from the public for knowledge on how to stay safe, Chief Camacho called for a series of public meetings to address concerns. “If you pick up on any signs from […]

  • Alcoholic slushies becoming summertime favorite, but are they legal?

    A summertime favorite… “You can buy them now, and take them home and put them in the freezer, and then later when the kids go to bed, you can have a slushie,” said Lisa Adams of Middletown. This one, with an adult twist. “Basically, it’s single malt beverages that are available in single serve cans, that are just opened and poured right into the slushie machine. Takes about a half hour or so, and you have a slushie,” said Jeff […]

  • Mini-thon serves as a celebration for one student

    There was a dance party Thursday night at Hempfield High School, and all money raised went to Four Diamonds— a foundation created to fight childhood cancer. The night was full of activities, from a Mr. Hempfield contest, to a bouncy obstacle course, and of course…dancing. The mini-thon brought in nearly 500 people to help out the cause, and to honor one of their own. Isaiah Shorter was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor in September, and for him, this event […]

  • Mini-casino controversy continues in Hellam Township

    Will a mini-casino open in York County? That is still to be determined by the Penn National ownership. Some people at the board of supervisors meeting Thursday night in Hellam Township says the answer is clear. “No one wins except for a casino when a casino goes in,” said one concerned citizen. Some people at the packed meeting say they only found out about the possibility of a mini-casino coming to Hellam Township this week. “No one even knew this […]

  • Yanny vs. Laurel debate uncovered

    Which is it? Yanny, or Laurel? “The first time it sounded like Yanny. Now i’m a little weirded out. Now all I hear is Laurel,” said one woman we spoke with. According to experts— it’s both. “When we process sound, we are really actually hearing with the brain. Our ears are just the way in,” said Dr. Jason Schmitt with A&E Audiology in East Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, He says the clip that is causing an internet war actually has […]

  • George Scott to challenge Scott Perry in District 10

    George Scott supporters are celebrating after the democrat secured the nomination for US Congress in District 10. The race was extremely close, with Scott just barely keeping the lead above Shavonnia Corbin-Johnson. The military veteran turned pastor says this is the next step in his career of serving the public, and says he is looking forward to the next phase of the campaign. “The first thing we’re going to do is step back and catch our breath, because people have […]

  • Letter promises to expose those who do not vote

    What would you do if you opened your mailbox and found a letter threatening to expose you to your friends, family, and colleagues if you decide not to exercise your right to vote? People we spoke with about this letter, say it`s not okay. “What business of theirs is it to send out some sort of a flyer like this, here, I cannot understand it,” said one man we spoke with in Lancaster. The letter sent out by the Pennsylvania […]