Contact: Jasmine.Spencer@wghp.com

Jasmine Spencer is an anchor and has been a part of the FOX8 News team since September 2012.

Every Tuesday at 4 p.m. you can watch segments with Forever Family that feature adoptable children statewide.

Thanks to the partnership with Seven Homes Foster Care & Adoption Agency in High Point, the segment has helped place more than 33 children into permanent homes nationwide.

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 and spend time with family.

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Recent Articles
  • Elijah and Alajah are looking for a forever family

    Elijah and Alajah are looking for a forever family. They are both happy and love helping each other. Alajah is full of energy and likes to be involved in the middle of everything. Elijah enjoys being active and likes to read. For more information, contact Seven Homes Forever Family at 1-888-365-FAMILY.

  • Local organizations react to government shutdown

    Local government organization said they were not affected by the three day government shutdown and worked to make sure the public was not either. The Kernersville VA Health Care Center never closed it’s doors or halted their services during the shutdown. The public affairs officer from the VA Winston-Salem Regional Benefits office sent the follow statement regarding any military or veterans benefits: “The Veterans Health Administration received advance appropriations for Fiscal Year 2018 as part of the 2017 Budget. So […]

  • Chris is looking for a forever family

    Chris is looking for a forever family. His favorite subject is math and he enjoys playing sports. When he grows up, Chris wants to be a Marine Biologist. For more information, contact Seven Homes Forever Family at 1-888-365-FAMILY.

  • 3 suspects in Thomasville robbery, pursuit, shooting face judge; new details released

    LEXINGTON, N.C. — Three suspects accused of robbing a Thomasville jewelry store remain on a $1 million bond in Davidson County. The men from Statesville appeared before Judge Mary Paul by video from jail; 21-year-old Donald Chambers Jr., 19-year-old David Edward Perry III and 21-year-old Robert Wayne Heath Jr. Captain Brad Saintsing, of Thomasville police, said that the trio had planned the robbery, coming to Avis Jewelry store two weeks ago to canvass the area and hide their first planned […]

  • Neyma is looking for a forever family

    Neyma is looking for a forever family. She loves to play instruments — especially drums. Neyma is also “bubbly” and fun to be around. For more information about Neyma, contact Seven Homes Forever Family at 1-888-365-FAMILY.

  • Neighbors complain of damaged docks and boats due to drop in water levels at High Rock Lake

    DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. – Neighbors living on the lake are dealing with damages of broken docks and boats now that High Rock lakes levels are low. According to the Cube Hydro Partners website, the High Rock Reservoir fell about 9.5 feet “ below full pond as generation increased in response to unusually high regional demand. Available inflow and required minimum downstream flows will influence the rate of refill, but the reservoir elevation should begin to increase this week.” Neighbor Linda […]

  • Vandals hit Asheboro restaurant for 4th time

    ASHEBORO, N.C. — Vandals struck Bia’s Gourmet Hardware for the fourth time overnight Wednesday. Owner Bia Rich said she had a bad feeling that something happened to her business when Asheboro police officers called her with the news. “About 4:15 in the morning, cops called and they had broken our windows again for the fourth time,” Rich said. The windows and service door facing South Fayetteville Street were damaged. Surveillance video shows two men using hammers then running off. The […]

  • Michael is looking for a forever family

    Michael is looking for a forever family. He loves running outside and getting dirty. Michael also loves playing inside with toys and Legos. For more information about Michael, contact Seven Homes Forever Family at 1-888-365-FAMILY.

  • Seven Homes holds Christmas party for foster families

    Seven Homes reaches out across North Carolina and the nation to help children who are the victims of neglect, abuse, and abandonment. The organization’s focus is to provide services to children and families involves in the foster care system. In recognition of another year of incredible work, Seven Homes held a Christmas Party for foster families. For more information, contact Seven Homes Forever Family at 1-888-365-FAMILY.

  • Lamyia is looking for a forever family

    Lamyia is looking for a forever family. Lamyia loves art and music and enjoys creating things. She also loves meeting people and playing outside. For more information about her, contact Seven Homes Forever Family at 1-888-365-FAMILY.

  • Disabled woman killed in Greensboro house fire

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — A disabled woman was killed Monday morning in a house fire in Greensboro, according to Dwayne Church with the Greensboro Fire Department. The fire happened at a home in the 4000 block of Walker Avenue. The call came in at about 11:26 and the fire was under control by 12:10 p.m. Twenty-eight firefighters and 15 units responded to the scene. Church said the woman’s husband was not home at the time of the fire. Church said the […]

  • Local rescue helps with tethering enforcement in Randolph County

    RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Happy Hills Animal Foundation in Randolph County has been a supporter of anti-tethering law long before commissioners approved the ordinance. Director Lisa Sparks explained their fencing program has helped about 20 families who may not have supplies or means to safely shelter their dogs. “Dogs are not something to keep out in your yard, they are members of your family,” Sparks said. “We do get some referrals from the Randolph County Animal Control. The officers will […]