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 60 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
  • Greensboro city crews continue clearing debris

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Greensboro city crews have collected about 5,000-10,000 tons of debris since Tropical Storm Michael. Field Operations Deputy Director Chris Marriott said that all 14 crews are continuing to respond to calls blocked roadways made to the city line and any other intersection they notice on their routes. “We’ll drop off a loading truck with the backhoe and he’ll work on that particular street all day long and we’ll just send dump trucks to load,” Marriott said. The debris […]

  • Adoni is looking for a forever family

    Adoni is an 11-year-old who conquered his fear of heights at the ExtremePark zip lining. He wants to have a family that he can lean on in times of uncertainly for the rest of his life. “To me family sounds like caring for one another, doing stuff for each other, helping each other through hard times,” Adoni said. Though he’s new to the game of football, he is already learning to appreciate the values of the sportsmanship and teamwork . […]

  • Tree removal continues in Greensboro after Michael

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Private and City of Greensboro debris removal crews are working around the clock to clear intersections for traffic and power lines. Shelter Tree Services has had calls non-stop following Thursday’s storm, helping to remove trees from 18 homes so far. Joseph Shelter advises anyone to do their research before hiring a service to avoid scammers. “I definitely wouldn’t pay up front, I’d pay at the end of every job,” Shelton said. “A lot of people get paid […]

  • Virtual reality therapy aims to reduce opioid dependence

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Hollie Davis said she was open to the idea of incorporating virtual reality into her physical therapy sessions following a motorcycle accident with her husband this Spring. “It was actually our five-year wedding anniversary,” Davis said. “We were just heading out to get a movie before our daughter’s bus arrived home.” A driver struck the Davis couple on an off road between High Point and Wallburg, inflicting an injury of broken bones and chronic pain. April 6th […]

  • 3 schools in Guilford County have current health inspection scores in the 70s

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Three schools in Guilford County have current health inspection scores in the 70s. Guilford County Environmental Health Manager Paula Cox said that there are three inspectors who work solely with school scoring based on state general statutes. “In school buildings, really look at how chemicals are stored and the structure of the building and maintenance of the building and takes all of that into account for the inspections,” Cox said. “We don’t have the authority to […]

  • Paul is looking for a forever family

    Paul is a vibrant boy looking for a forever family home. As an older brother he values his relationship with his sibling Elmer but wants the love and support of a stable home. Paul loves playing outside, camping, learning new things and has dream of becoming a builder or architect in the big apple of New York City. His child advocate and social worker Kayla Harless said that it is important for Paul to keep a healthy relationship no matter […]

  • Alleged student impostor on UNCG campus concerns some students

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — UNCG Assistance Chief of Police Richard Bailey said that campus leaders welcome guests as it is a public university. However, concerns raised on a social media app led them to start an investigation regarding a certain individual. Students on an app called Wildfire complained of a male pretending to be a student, hanging out in academic buildings. Sophomore Damari Wynn said non-students on campus is not unusual. “It’s easy, especially if you have friends who have friends. […]

  • Purple ribbons in Uptown Lexington honor domestic violence victims

    LEXINGTON, N.C. — Thirty-three purple ribbons around trees share messages and stories of victims killed by domestic violence. Last month, Family Services of Davidson County used ribbons in Uptown Lexington to honor suicide prevention month and wanted to do the same for the month of October. Twenty-three of the ribbons have victim’s names and their stories of those known to have died since 1995. Danette Garner said that “there could be more” but those are the names reported and listed […]

  • Project Life Saver system is similar to a bracelet and uses radio signal to track down people who have wandered off

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. – The Pilot Club of Greensboro’s mission is to promote awareness for various brain related disorders and disabilities. Former International President and current member Laura Keever said that Project Life Saver works closely with any Pilot Club nationwide to help families sign up for the system. “Our response time nationwide for this program is less than 30 minutes,” Keever said. Similar in size to a watch or bracelet, the life saver system uses radio signal to track […]

  • 2 Guilford County schools ‘stronger together’ after tornado

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — More than five months have passed since a tornado touched down in Greensboro. Several homes and buildings were damaged in east Greensboro, include Erwin Montessori School. Dr. Deborah Parker has been the principal for Erwin Montessori School for 13 years and said that she’s never experienced that kind of trauma that the tornado left on their school, teachers and families. In a matter of days, students, staff and parents were forced to find a new normal […]

  • Mold removed from Kiser Middle School in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Staff alerted Guilford County Schools leaders to mold in two classrooms on Thursday, an art room and an eight-grade English classroom, at Kiser Middle School. Chief Operations Officer Scott McCully said that heavy rain from Hurricane Florence is to blame. “We’ve had a lot of rain obviously, a lot of humid, hot weather certainly over the last month and we’re obviously thrilled that it’s now passed but certainly this is something that we’ll have to watch for […]

  • Wake Forest Baptist Health High Point Medical Center unveiled

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — Billboards and street signs reading “New Vision” scatter throughout High Point’s hospital campus. President Jim Hoekstra said though the new leadership can technically be viewed as an acquisition of High Point Regional, he sees the launch of Wake Forest Baptist Health – High Point Medical Center as a collaboration. The merger has been a process for six months but the official transition date was Sept. 1. “What that means for the people of High Point is that […]