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….apaul@fox43.com. You can also keep up with her on Facebook and Twitter at @ashleypaulnews.


Recent Articles
  • Discussion to legalize recreational marijuana comes to Dauphin County

    “We know this is the beginning of the conversation, so we want to begin the conversation.” The conversation may be just beginning, and it’s showing no signs of ending any time soon. Rep. Jake Wheatley says 60 percent of Pennsylvanians are in favor of legalizing recreational marijuana. “We don’t think there’s anything harmful in at least talking about, what should Pennsylvania, if this was to come to fruition, what would this look like? What is the best course for Pennsylvania?” […]

  • Public discussion draws mixed opinions on bringing a mini casino to Shippensburg

    An opportunity to bring more than 300 jobs and $1.8 million a year to Cumberland County is on the horizon. “If we don’t have this in our immediate area, all that money is going to go elsewhere,” said W. Mickey Nye, a Shippensburg resident. Greenwood Gaming has submitted an application to build a ten acre mini-casino off of Exit 29 along I-81 in Shippensburg Township. And Monday afternoon, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board took the time to listen to people […]

  • Cumberland County artist with Down syndrome turns passion into purpose

    Some call him the Andy Warhol of Central Pennsylvania. “This, I just do not know how he did this. He’s totally self taught.” “He’s always been fascinated with technology, so I was a little surprised, but not too much.” Taking photos on his iPhone, and editing them on different apps to make masterpieces. But Harry Spilker says it’s easy, and he composes his photos around one thing. “Warm color and cool color,” said Harry. Easy to him, maybe. His father, […]

  • Fallen York firefighters remembered on one year anniversary of building collapse

    “If that little bit of rain at three o’clock or at 3:15, and whatever that was that came down on us a few minutes ago wasn’t Zack and Ivan poking fun at us and laughing and reminding us of their love, I don’t know what is.” Choosing to laugh on the one year anniversary of a big tragedy in York’s history. “It’s a rollercoaster of emotions. We have our ups and downs,” said Chief Chad Deardorff with the York City […]

  • Public encouraged to voice opinions on Shippensburg mini casino

    750 slot machines- 40 table games- bringing in at least 200 jobs. Cumberland County could soon be home to a mini casino. “Our boards vote on this will be dependent upon all the evidence that’s gathered for it. They will individually look at it and decide whether or not when they gather as a board in the future whether to approve this,” said Doug Harbach, communications director for the PA Gaming Control Board. The application submitted by Greenwood Gaming, which […]

  • Breast cancer program now includes men thanks to York County man’s battle with disease

    “If cancer wants you, it’s going to get you. And there’s nothing that you can do to stop it,” said Casey Carr. He was a statistic- the one in 833 men diagnosed with stage three breast cancer last year. The situation only made worse when he says he got a call from York County Assistance, which falls under the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. They told him he was not eligible for coverage under the Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention […]

  • Proposal to increase legal age to purchase tobacco from 18 to 21

    “I got my first cigarette, probably from a friend, I would think,” said David Fragoza. Fragoza says he began smoking cigarettes at 18 years old – the current age to legally buy tobacco products. “Everybody was smoking. It wasn’t a big thing back then,” said Fragoza. But a new bill could raise the minimum age to 21. “What we’re trying to do is stop putting it into the hands of younger kids,” said Sen. Mario Scavello. Sen. Scavello says he […]

  • Proposal would add term limits to PA legislature

    Becoming a career politician could soon be a thing of the past here in Pennsylvania. “Serving in public office was always meant to be a temporary service for a season, and then members would return back home to live under the laws that they passed,” said Rep. Andrew Lewis. Rep. Lewis hopes to bring that back. The freshman republican lawmaker introduced a bill on Tuesday that would create a 12 consecutive-year term limit for members of the Pennsylvania legislature. That […]

  • Employee fears for his job after Rite Aid announces 400 job cuts

    “Everybody was stressed out, everybody was worried, okay we just lost how many people. Are they doing more?” said a Rite Aid employee. The man, who didn’t want to be identified, says he was one of the last standing. He says starting at nine Tuesday morning, employees in his department at a Mechanicsburg Rite Aid corporate office began being escorted out of the office. “Every time a supervisor walked around the building, it was like, ‘Okay are they coming for […]

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