Ashtyn Hiron, WHNT

Ashtyn Hiron


Huntsville, AL, United States

Contact Ashtyn

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • WHNT

Past articles by Ashtyn:

Former Decatur pastor arrested for sex crimes

Former GracePoint Church Pastor Danny Pitts was arrested early Friday morning for multiple sex crimes. → Read More

Red Cross Blood Donor App lets people track what hospital their blood goes to

The Red Cross is encouraging people to use the app in an effort to get more people to donate blood, plasma, and platelets. The organization is experiencing its lowest supply levels in more than a decade. → Read More

Football community remembers Grant Hill, former Huntsville High and Crimson Tide player

"He was what I considered the exemplary student-athlete, he had it all, and there was no doubt that I thought he would be playing on Sundays." → Read More

Groups from Decatur High contribute to the Great Diaper Drive

Groups from across North Alabama are pitching in to make sure local babies get supplies. → Read More

Huntsville Junior High open grocery store for students to shop with points

To help families get the food they need, Huntsville Junior High School opened a grocery store of it’s own. → Read More

Huntsville International Airport preparing for holiday travel

The Huntsville International Airport is preparing for more travelers this holiday season. → Read More

Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children host pumpkin contest

Workers at Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children put their creativity to the test Friday! → Read More

Alabama Trucking Association says it needs more truckers, Truckers say they want more money

“If you got it, it came from a trucker.” Our economy relies on truck drivers to deliver loads safely and on time. But with rising costs, driver shortages, and issues with the supply chain some are saying it isn’t worth it. → Read More

Family of Christina Nance want full, unedited copy of surveillance video

The family of Christina Nance is making a public plea for more information and answers about what happened leading up to her death. → Read More

Red Cross blood experiencing lowest blood supply shortage in a decade

The American Red Cross is pleading with people to donate blood, plasma, and platelets. → Read More

Alabama doctors discuss COVID-19 shots for children aged 5-11

Children ages five to eleven will soon be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine at their pediatrician’s office, pharmacy and in some cases at schools. → Read More

Grandma Lyn talks Halloween and Ashtyn leaving

Grandma Lyn is certainly ready for Halloween - and to welcome Ashtyn Hiron back as she returns to the land Down Under. → Read More

Donkey basketball debuts in Limestone County

It’s a SLAM DONK! Limestone County FFA hosts a one-of-a-kind fundraiser: Donkey Basketball. → Read More

Crisis Services of North Alabama hosting charity tea and fashion show

October is domestic violence and breast cancer awareness month and some local organizations have come together to help raise money for people affected by both. → Read More

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Doctors urge people to get screenings during the pandemic

According to local health experts, many people put preventative check-ups at the doctor to the wayside during the beginning of the pandemic. → Read More

Child found dead in Arab flood waters

ARAB, Alabama. – The Marshall County Coroner’s Office confirmed one child is dead as a result of flash flooding in Arab. After the heaviest rainfall, several roads in Arab were considered impassable, some washed out. A flash flood warning remains in effect until 5am Thursday. More information is expected from the Arab Fire Department and […] → Read More

Albertville Police say no new leads in fatal Mueller Company shooting

It's been months since the fatal overnight shooting at a facility in Albertville and there are still no answers to why it happened. → Read More

Tate Farms opens for the 2021 pumpkin picking season

A super slide has been added to the numerous fun things to do at Tate Farms in Meridianville. The family friendly farm opens today! → Read More

Grant First Baptist Church feeding the community in Marshall County

According to the United States Department of Agriculture, in 2020 around 14 million American households faced food insecurity, uncertain of where their next meal will come from. Food insecurity is prevalent in the Tennessee Valley. → Read More

Alabama group asking for help to resettle Afghan refugees

Before the news of Afghan refugees making their way to Alabama, some of the closest refugees to settle near us were in Atlanta. → Read More