Jessica Foster, WJHG-TV

Jessica Foster

WJHG-TV

Panama City Beach, FL, United States

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Recent:
  • WJHG-TV
Past:
  • WTVM News Leader 9
  • WCTV Eyewitness News

Recent articles by Jessica:

Community invited to Oncology Survivorship Series event

Cancer survivors and caregivers are invited to a free, monthly survivor event at Gulf Coast State College. → Read More

Wear it Wednesday styled by Indigo in Watercolor

Stylists from Indigo in Watercolor styled Jessica and Sam for this week's Wear it Wednesday. → Read More

Columbus Chamber of Commerce to hold 2022 State of the City

The Greater Columbus Georgia Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 2022 State of the City next week. → Read More

Two dead in Washington County storms

Two people are dead after storms moved through Washington County early Thursday morning. → Read More

Storm damage in Jackson County

Thursday morning storms have caused damage in the Alford area. → Read More

Possible tornado damage to Sheriff’s Office substation in Callaway

Severe weather moving through the area Wednesday morning has damaged a Bay County Sheriff’s Office substation in Callaway. → Read More

Family takes first look inside house after wildfire

The Shuman family takes a first look at the remnants of their home after it was destroyed in the Adkins wildfire. → Read More

Pedestrian hit and killed on Front Beach Road

Florida Highway Patrol is investigating after a pedestrian was hit and killed on Front Beach Road. → Read More

World's Greatest Baby Shower cancelled

The Healthy Start Coalition's World's Greatest Baby Shower is cancelled because of coronavirus concerns. → Read More

Medical Monday: Heart healthy eating

One key to maintaining your heart health is a balanced diet. A local dietitian gives us some tips to add variety and nutrition to our daily meals. → Read More

Medical Monday: Sticking to your health resolutions

Many of us have big wellness goals for the new year, but health experts say simple changes can often make the greatest long-term impact. → Read More

Medical Monday: Pediatric surgery available locally

Pediatric surgery is a specialized field, and Panhandle residents don't have to leave the area to have their children's needs addressed. → Read More

School grades released by Florida Department of Education

The Florida Department of Education released school grades for the 2018-2019 school year. Some Bay District schools saw improvement despite missed time due to Hurricane Michael. → Read More

Third graders improve FSA scores despite lost time from Hurricane Michael

The results are in for 3rd grade reading scores, and hurricane impacted counties show scores that equal or exceed the state average. → Read More

Medical Monday: February is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month. Doctors urge patients to be aware of the risk factors and symptoms. → Read More

Medical Monday: Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center to reopen entire hospital

Medical Services continue to come back online after Hurricane Michael, and Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center is expected to reopen the entire hospital by Monday afternoon. → Read More

Medical Monday: Flu Prevention

The one gift you don't want this Christmas is the flu, but it's the heart of flu season. A medical expert tells us how to avoid getting sick and why the flu is so dangerous. → Read More

Medical Monday: Healthy holiday recipe ideas

It's easy to overindulge during the holidays, but some simple recipes can help you cut the calories while still enjoying the season's best dishes. → Read More

Medical Monday: Babies delivered during the height of Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael took a lot from our town, but during the destruction, new life was also born. → Read More

Flights resume at Pensacola Airport after suspicious package investigated

A suspicious package at the Pensacola Airport temporarily halted flights into and out of the airport on Tuesday morning. → Read More