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Jasmine Spencer is a Kernersville native and is happy to be in the Piedmont.

Before Fox8, Jasmine was a reporter and fill-in weekend morning anchor at WCTI 12 in the Greenville, North Carolina bureau. During her Hurricane Irene coverage in Washington N.C., Jasmine was featured on Direct TV and CNN.

Jasmine is a proud Elon University Alum where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism. Go Phoenix! Some of her fondest memories at Elon were studying abroad in South Africa and going to the 2011 College Television Awards in Hollywood. Along with her Phoenix 14 News team, she accepted the 1st place award for "Best Newscast" from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation.

Jasmine loves to travel, spend time with family and teach Zumba.

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Recent Articles
  • Clinical trial at Wake Forest Baptist helps rare skin disease

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Clinical trials at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have been helpful to reduce symptoms of a rare skin disease. The skin disease is a rare genetic disorder called erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP) causes a reaction when exposed to light and the sun. Tim Gerringer, of Elon, has dealt with EPP since he was a child. Gerringer wears gloves to drive, long sleeves and wide brim hats. If the body is exposed to too much light the body can […]

  • Forsyth County teen pleads guilty in death of his grandfather

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Superior Court Judge David Hall sentenced Jon Adams to 20 to 25 years in an adult correctional facility for the death of his grandfather, Clarence Nelson Parrish. Adams, 15, pleaded guilty in a plea arrangement with the state, reducing the charge from first to second-degree murder for the death of Parrish on Oct. 18, 2014 at his home on Greenview Drive in Kernersville. Judge Hall called the crime “ghastly” and said it is “probably the most polite […]

  • Fourth of July fireworks can trigger PTSD flashbacks for some veterans

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. – Vietnam veteran Bob Uber wants the public to be mindful of combat veterans who view Fourth of July fireworks differently. Uber said he did not notice his symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) until later on in life long after his 13 months as a combat adviser. “There were always triggers and the Fourth of July would be an example of that. There still was that vulnerability to crowds of people, loud sounds and for me […]

  • Investigation continues after human remains found at Pfafftown home

    PFAFFTOWN, N.C. — Forsyth County sheriff’s deputies, Winston-Salem police and the Forsyth County District Attorney’s Office are still trying to identify the human remains found at a Pfafftown home. Arrest warrants of Jason Mitchell and Mary Mitchell, who live in the Brookbank Drive home, report the pair “feloniously did conceal a death of a person and failed to notify a law enforcement authority of the death and secretly buried and disposed of the dead human body, knowing or having reason […]

  • NC law offers in-state tuition for veterans

    Gov. Pat McCrory signs into law a bill that offers in-state tuition for veterans to all public community colleges and universities effective July 1. GTCC Admission Director Jesse Cross said the law opens the possibilities for veterans to study where they want. “As more and more people come off deployment we’re seeing the numbers increase,” Cross said. “We want to continue to work toward things that are going to make the transition for the veterans easier, so this center is […]

  • 2 animals sent to Guilford County Animal Shelter after heat strokes

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Two animals were sent to the Guilford County Animal shelter for heat stroke care. Director Marsh Williams said heat stroke and exhaustion cases are all too common during the summer months and are preventable. This week a stray cat was picked up by Guilford County Animal Control with a temperature of 108.4 degrees. “It was not able to stand or walk, it was convulsing; we were able to put alcohol on its paws to help cool […]

  • Home health care nurses check on clients during hot temps

    RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Staff at All Generations Home Care are trained to care for their patients based on the season. During the hot summer months, they pay close attention to monitor any flares with the patients’ health condition. President Lynne Garren said that many of the staff look at the current heat index to monitor whether or not clients should go outdoors and make sure indoors, they stay comfortable. “We most recently had a client that the caregiver went […]

  • Police find meth lab in High Point apartment

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — Police found a meth lab operation worth thousands of dollars inside a Deep River Point apartment unit Sunday. Captain Mike Kirk with High Point Police said SBI agents confiscated approximately 11 ounces of unfinished meth oil inside the first floor apartment. The street value, if finished, would be worth more than $30,000. “This was not a one-pot cook, they had actually taken the time to set up more of a lab type environment,” Kirk said . […]

  • Triad neighborhood concerned after fox attacks woman, dog

    As Guilford and Alamance counties’ animal controls work to locate a fox involved in a vicious attack, neighbors are concerned for the safety of people and animals. Sheriff’s reports show Monday just after 11 a.m. is when 83-year-old Nell Murray was bitten by a fox along Alamance County Line Road. Son Phillip Murray told FOX8 the attack was more than a bite. “Doctor’s found a tooth in her right shin bone, I saw it myself,” Murray said. Nell Murray was […]

  • New dress code for Burlington school

    BURLINGTON, N.C. — Broadview Middle School will start a “Standard Mode of Dress” for students this fall. Superintendent Dr. William Harrison said the decision was brought up by Principal Brie Butler two years ago for the second time. The first attempt for SMOD in 2004 was not well received. Dress codes for students will now include solid blue, orange or grey polos, with khakis, knee-length skirts and even the options for neck or bow ties. “There’s a little push back […]

  • Randolph County SPCA pushes for anti-tethering city ordinance

    ASHEBORO, N.C. — The Randolph County SPCA wants to have an anti-tethering ordinance in place to protect and save animals like 1-year-old Freya. The pit bull-Labrador retriever mix was found by the Randolph County SPCA after a neighbor contacted them about her condition. Volunteer Susan Hillyard and her daughter Manda have been the foster parents, training and nurturing Freya until a family adopts her. “She was pad locked to the tree and there was no key so they literally had […]

  • Greensboro sorting through several cases involving concerns about overgrown lawns

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Greensboro’s city code compliance department is currently sorting through 352 cases of nuisance properties and overgrown lawns. Co-compliance Division manager Elizabeth Benton said that spring is always the busiest season with complaints of eye sore properties. Benton explains nuisance properties are also health hazards to the community. “Everything we do is based on public health and safety, so we want to reduce harborages for rats, snakes breeding grounds for mosquitoes, they carry disease, Benton said.” Once inspectors […]

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