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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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  • Greensboro police use ATV team to deter shoplifters

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Greensboro Police Department hopes the use of their ATV team in shopping centers will deter theft. Thursday two officers used the ATVs to patrol around Shoppes at Friendly Center. Officer Brian Price said the four-wheelers give a presence to shoppers as well as allow them to maneuver the area quickly if there is a shoplifting call. “We’ve found we can cover a lot of real estate a lot faster in these units when we’re doing these […]

  • Mebane woman survives allergic reaction to medication

    MEBANE, N.C. — This upcoming January will be the two year anniversary of survival for Lorna Perry of Mebane after battling with Stevens-Johnson syndrome. Perry was prescribed Fluconazole (a generic form of Diflucan) for a small infection in January of 2013. On January 10th of the same year, Perry was sent to the UNC Jaycee Burn Center in the intensive care unit. “I took it thinking I’d be fine and sure enough I was not,” Perry said. Perry’s body underwent […]

  • Former ‘Ask Sam’ helping local fellow cancer patients

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A Winston-Salem woman with stage four breast cancer is using her diagnosis to help other women battling the same cancer. Ronda Carter was first diagnosed with stage one breast cancer in 2008. Three years later the cancer returned at stage four metastatic breast cancer. Carter, who was at one time “Ask Sam” for the Winston-Salem Journal, is currently undergoing radiation treatment in her spine. “I’ve had stage four breast cancer for coming up on three years and […]

  • Randolph County headstone company under police investigation

    RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Asheboro police confirm that they are investigating Coggins Marble & Granite. The Better Business Bureau gives the headstone company an F rating and reports that there have been 29 complaints in the last three years. Linda Wishon said she first contacted the company in September 2012 for a headstone for her late husband James and has yet to receive that headstone. The company has since moved to a Randleman location. The owner of the company sent […]

  • ‘Black Lives Matter’ demonstration at Bennett College

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Students at Bennett College gathered for a “Black Lives Matter” demonstration pushing for change and protesting the recent grand jury decisions involving Michael Brown and Eric Garner. In the demonstration, students were joined by the support of faculty and staff in a 4.5 minute moment of silence on the ground and within stance with the “hands-up, don’t shoot” symbol. Bennett College Senior Kelsey Shannon said the protests are especially emotional for her because her family is from […]

  • Greensboro police looking for applicants for police academy

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Greensboro Police Department is working to attract more applicants to apply before the Jan. 31, 2015 deadline. Usually during this time of the application period, the department has 700-800 applicants. There are currently less than 200 applicants. Lt. Dan Knott works with Greensboro recruiting officers as they strategize and attend job fairs and military colleges. Knott said there have been low periods of applicants before. “[One reason is] the economy has improved and we have competition […]

  • Many families plan to shop on Thanksgiving for deals

    Thanksgiving Day is becoming a pre-Black Friday, with several stores extending their sales opening as early as 4p.m. Thursday. Wal-Mart and Kohl’s start their doorbuster sales at 6 p.m. Thursday with discounts on everything from clothing to toys and electronics. Toys “R” Us opens at 5 p.m. Thursday and will remain open continuously until 11 p.m. Saturday. Old Navy opens at 4 p.m. offering 50 percent off on everything in the store. The National Retail Federation predicts approximately 140 million […]

  • Church in Greensboro prepares to feed 1,000 families

    GREENSBORO, N.C. – Lawndale Baptist Church in Greensboro is preparing for their sixth annual “Feeding the 5,000″ event, serving traditional Thanksgiving meals to the community. Sunday, church members spent hours filling 1,000 boxes that will feed a family of five with a turkey, stuffing, green beans, potatoes, cranberry sauce and an apple pie. The first 1,000 families that show up to the church Tuesday morning at 9.a.m. will get the meals. Senior Pastor Joe Giaritelli said he knows the need […]

  • Hundreds of fruit trees planted to create urban orchard in High Point

    HIGH POINT, N.C. – Guilford County Passive Parks Department and dozens of volunteers planted hundreds of fruit trees in High Point to create an urban orchard. The orchard is located at the Thomas Built Bus Preserve near Oak Hill Elementary School in High Point. Matt Wallace, Passive Parks Program Director for Guilford County, said more 250 fruit and nut trees will help the air quality in the area and the food desert need in the community. “This community can come […]

  • Tanglewood Festival of Lights officially kicks off, adds new displays

    CLEMMONS, N.C. – Saturday night marked the opening of the Festival of Lights at Tanglewood Park in Clemmons, one of the most popular Christmas attractions around. Organizers said more than 80 displays will be featured for the attraction’s 23rd season. The park will be open nightly from 6 to 11 p.m. until Jan.1. “All of our displays now are 100% LED lights, which are brighter, which is great,” said Jessica Sanders with Forsyth County Parks and Recreation. The festival has […]

  • Guilford County Schools move forward with nine school construction projects

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Thursday night the Guilford County Board of Education approved the increased estimated budget for nine school projects. The nine school projects include renovations, expansions and complete replacements based on the number of deferred maintenance repairs. Northwood Elementary School tops the list with an estimated cost of $487,500. The Guilford County Health Department said the kitchen in school cafeteria is undersized and must be changed to better serve the school. Dudley and Northwest High School are second […]

  • Triad families wait for Obama’s immigration reform announcement

    Piedmont Triad Families await President Barack Obama’s announcement on Immigration Reform Thursday night. Aminata Seck from Senegal and Victor Pedro from Mexico are a couple of about a thousand clients of McKinney Immigration Law. Both Seck and Pedro face deportation from their families and children who are U.S. citizens. Tuesday the McKinney Immigration Law Firm is hosting information sessions to those who want clarification of Obama’s Immigration Plan. The sessions are from 5 p.m. the 8pm at 910 N. Elm St. […]


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