Ashley Bohle

Ashley Bohle

Multimedia Journalist

Ashley joined the news team in June 2017 as a multimedia journalist at WALB. Ashley graduated Cum Laude from Elon University in Elon, North Carolina in May 2017. She graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in broadcast journalism and minored in leadership studies. The opportunities Ashley had at Elon helped shaped her budding journalism career. As a sophomore, she traveled to Selma, Alabama to cover an Elon class's experience in participating in the 50th Anniversary of the historic Voting Rights March. In 2016, she traveled to Iowa with another class to cover the Iowa Caucuses just days before it happened. Ashley interviewed Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Jen Bush, Carly Fiorina, and Rand Paul. She interned at WXII-12 news in Winston-Salem. Ashley's favorite experience was discovering network news as an intern at NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt in the summer of 2016. She is a native of the Tar Heel State and was born and raised in Winston-Salem. She is learning a lot about South Georgia, but still has so much to see and do!


Recent Articles by Ashley

  Georgia Music Association founder revives song

  Volunteers sew teddy bears for smiles

  APD quickly apprehends suspect after shot fired

  Rainfall is music to the ears of peanut farmers

  Changes begin for Tift Regional Medical Center

Warrant taken in deadly shooting in Cordele

Driver swerves to avoid deer, hits tree

  Farmers hopeful for disaster relief funds

  Prevent dehydration sip by sip

  APD works to recruit entry-level officers

Police say man shot woman, dropped her at hospital

  Fire training competition planned for Tifton

  Fighting those pesky bloodsuckers

  Connecting military generations on Memorial Day

  Firefighters warn of brush fires during hot, dry weather

  Learn your risks for skin cancer

  Dougherty Co. public works crews spray for mosquitoes

  Tifton Fire Department gains recruits

  New medical technology helps blocked sinuses

  As school winds down, school bus safety is still vital

  Tifton city leaders apply for $750K block grant

Westover seniors visit old stomping grounds

  Death penalty off the table in Colquitt Co. mass killing case, trial date set

  Yard sale to honor car crash victim

  Georgia State Patrol warns drivers of tractors on highways

No decision reached in Ryan Duke trial appeal to the GA Supreme Court

  Spring pests: termites and carpenter bees begin to swarm

DFCS Director appointed to sex trafficking commission

  ‘Homework’ project helps formerly homeless

  Lee Co. commission to hear bids for road repaving