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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.

If you see something, say something. She'd love to hear from you! jspencer@wghp.com.

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    New high school means tax hike for Davidson Co.

    DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. — County Commissioner Fred McClure said that a county tax increase was the only option to help fund a new high school to help alleviate overcrowding. McClure said approximately 13 teachers at Ledford High School do not have classrooms and use carts to transfer their supplies to different rooms during another teachers planning period. On May 6, people will decide between a property tax increase or a 25 cent sale tax increase. “With the quarter cent sales tax food […]

  • Greensboro City Market returns Thursday

    GREENSBORO, N.C. – The Greensboro City Market kicks off Thursday, April 17, with nearly 100 vendors and more activities for the public. Nearly 3,000 people show up for the event every third Thursday of the month and this year the market extends through November. Executive Director of Triad Local First Luck Davidson said that people can bring their children and pets to the free event in the rail yard on the corner of South Elm Street and Barnhardt Street. “We […]

  • Pilot Mountain sees busy season nearly two years after fire

    PILOT MOUNTAIN, N.C. – It’s the first full blooming season since the November 2012 fire at Pilot Mountain State Park, yet visitation numbers are busy as ever. Park Ranger Matt Windsor said spring is the traditional burning season for the park. Windsor remembers the controlled burn nearly two years ago that lost control, but says that visitors may not notice much of a difference. “On just the mountain portion of the park, around 60 to 70 percent of the acreage burned, but […]

  • Authorities investigate possible link between house fire and body in container

    ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. – Burlington police are investigating a possible link between a house fire and a woman found dead in a store contain, both reported Friday in Alamance County. Officers responded to the home around noon Friday to investigate a suspected arson after a small fire broke out. Authorities also said a partially decomposed female body was found in a “suspicious object” in a roadway just south of Graham. Police say the body found in the container fits the description of […]

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    Former officers say frat brothers treated differently in HPU lawsuit

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Affidavit reports in the lawsuit against High Point University and a list of other state members of the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity and Dr. Nido Qubein’s son “were to be treated differently than other students.” Three former High Point University security officers stated in the wrongful death lawsuit that they witnessed several keg parties, drug and alcohol use and physical fights but were instructed not file charges. All security officers said any issue was to be […]

  • Duke Energy kicks off energy efficiency program in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Up to 1,700 households in Greensboro are eligible for an energy makeover, courtesy of Duke Energy Carolinas. Crews will be in town through mid-July giving free assessments on homes, offering energy saving techniques, making repairs and and installing products worth up to $210. The program targets neighborhoods where approximately 50 percent of residents are classified as low-income based on federal and state levels. The Greensboro Residential Neighborhood Program is targeting homes and apartments within the following boundaries: […]

  • ACLU files suit challenging NC gay marriage ban, seeks swift ruling

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — The American Civil Liberties Union filed a preliminary injunction in the federal court, pushing for swift action for recognition of three same-sex couples who face serious medical conditions. The ACLU and law firms Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and Ellis & Winters LLP made the announcement Wednesday at the International Civil Rights Center & Museum. Immediate relief is sought for Shana Carignan and Megan Parker, a couple in the existing 2012 case Fisher-Borne et al. v. Smith. The […]

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    Davie Co. community rallies for new high school building

    DAVIE COUNTY, N.C. — More than 400 showed up for the rally at Davie County High school to gain support for a new building. The “Fun for One Pep Rally and Family Day” offered games, raffle prizes and music for attendees as well as information as to why the community should vote yes for a new Davie County High School. People could register to vote for the May 6 date and ask questions about the proposed renderings on display. The […]

  • UNCG area businesses worried over potential budget cuts

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — The University of North Carolina at Greensboro faces approximately $12.8 million in appropriated budget cuts that not only concern students and staff but also area businesses who rely on the university for customers. Chancellor Linda Brady said that a majority of the 120 positions potentially affected will be staff but also include course instructors. UNCG could also lose up to 600 section course next school year. “We of course have been through a very challenging period since […]

  • Guilford Co. school helping teens with autism

    JAMESTOWN, N.C. — The Christine Joyner Greene Education Center in Jamestown has been open for eight months and teachers say the larger classrooms and technology are helping foster growth in their autistic students. The Christine J. Greene Education is a $6.5 million building that opened in August 2013 for high school autistic students. Principal Sarah Nachtrab said the average class size is five to eight children to give one on one attention to students. The classrooms are larger than the […]

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    Roadside storm debris could cause drain issues

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — As city cleanup crews work to clear the leftover storm debris, they ask that people keep debris piles away from storm drains and off the streets to prevent flooding. The City of High Point has hired six contractors to help with cleanup. Crews will work up to seven days a week. Greensboro’s Field Operation Director Dale Wyrick said the city is about 40 percent finished with debris pick up. Greensboro has hired 10 crews of 30 […]

  • Construction underway on Greensboro urban loop

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Greensboro drivers, prepare for delays and detours from the western Greensboro urban loop construction. The $101 million loop is meant to reduce traffic throughout the city by constructing a six lane freeway from Bryan Boulevard to Battleground Avenue. “Eventually we’re going to have an on-site detour at Battleground Avenue. There will also be an on-site detour on Horse Pen Creek Road,” Assistant NCDOT Engineer Bill Snell said. Bridges will be constructed over Drawbridge Parkway and Horse Pen […]