Jasmine Turner, NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Jasmine Turner

NBC12 WWBT Richmond

Richmond, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Jasmine:

Woman waits for refund from car dealer as dealer’s license gets suspended

After Nannette Motley purchased a Hyundai Sonata from Marcus Auto Sales, the Henrico dealer took it back and promised a refund. → Read More

Change in law meant to improve communication with patients about medical records

A member of the Virginia House of Delegates is hoping a change in law will help patients by improving communication about medical records. → Read More

‘We can begin to heal and move on’: Man sentenced to 2 life sentences 5 years after murders in Petersburg

Kristopher Jones was accused of killing two people in 2017. → Read More

‘A great birthday present:’ Woman starts fundraiser for scooter as disability creates mobility challenges

A Cumberland woman’s wish to turn a frustrating situation into something positive for a complete stranger happened, and now she is hoping to raise money for a new mobility scooter. → Read More

‘He kept winning my confidence:’ Couple loses $21,000 from social engineering scam

A Henrico woman called 12 On Your Side after she and her husband lost thousands to scammers. The couple wants to help and warn others who may not be tech savvy. → Read More

‘It was special:’ Man reunites with VCU medical staff after 114 days in hospital with COVID-19

A Richmond man is thankful after getting an opportunity to say thank you to the doctors, nurses and therapists who helped save his life. Freddy Sexton Jr. spent months at VCU Medical Center with COVID-19 but continues to get stronger every day. → Read More

‘We want more people to participate’: Richmond encourages homeowners to apply for real estate tax relief program

City of Richmond offering real estate tax relief for elderly, disabled residents → Read More

Richmond artist raises awareness about mental health through visual album

A Richmond artist is raising awareness about the importance of mental health through music and film. Myles Brown created ‘Journey’, a visual album that came out of his own grieving and healing process. → Read More

‘Reclamation:’ Author shares journey of uncovering family history at Monticello

A Richmond author is sharing the decades-long journey of uncovering her family’s history through a new book. Gayle Jessup White wrote “Reclamation: Sally Hemings, Thomas Jefferson, and a Descendant’s Search for Her Family’s Lasting Legacy.” She is hoping to inspire others to trace their roots. → Read More

‘This is all of our history:’ Richmond author shares importance of novel ‘Yellow Wife’

A Richmond author is educating the community through historical fiction. Sadeqa Johnson wrote Yellow Wife, inspired by the story of Mary Lumpkin. → Read More

‘I have not been out of the state:’ Virginia driver owes for New York City parking ticket, has not been there in four years

A Mechanicsville woman has spent months trying to prove she hasn’t been to New York City, after getting an unpaid parking ticket mailed to her home. → Read More

‘I am happy’: Richmond homeowner receives refund, city makes changes after real estate tax error

A Richmond homeowner reaches out to 12 On Your Side after she received a real estate tax bill for nearly four times the amount she pays in a year. → Read More

‘People were willing to help’: Congregation gets answers after trash dumped on church property

A house of worship in the heart of Richmond is grateful to get answers and resolve an issue with trash dumped on its property. → Read More

‘The difference is amazing:’ Homeowners ask for help getting city sidewalks fixed

Homeowners in Church Hill reached out to 12 On Your Side asking for help getting a sidewalk in the 900 block on N. 37th Street repaired, after a woman tripped, fell and broke her knee. → Read More

How the ‘Path out of the Pandemic’ plan impacts local industries

New vaccine guidance from the White House has many industries asking how they are impacted and what happens next. → Read More

County Waste customers concerned with trash pickup delays

Some customers say they’ve had to wait days or even weeks at a time for their trash to get picked up. → Read More

Forward Foundation helping parents with childcare

A Richmond organization is helping single parents with what can be one of the greatest expenses: childcare. → Read More

Taylor’s Journey: Family raises awareness for daughter’s rare genetic disorder

A Hanover family is determined to see their little girl grow up and get stronger every day, despite being diagnosed with Gaucher disease, a rare genetic disorder. → Read More

‘I have to help home’: NOLA native raising money, collecting supplies for hurricane relief

A New Orleans native, now living in Richmond, is trying to help her hometown however she can. Ebony Fields is collecting supplies for her mother’s nursing home and raising money to help families. → Read More

‘This is about righting wrongs’: Va. governor grants posthumous pardon to the ‘Martinsville 7’

Governor Ralph Northam has granted a posthumous pardon to 7 Black men from Martinsville executed 70 years ago, for the alleged rape of a white woman. → Read More