Jasmine Anderson, WFXG FOX 54

Jasmine Anderson


Augusta, GA, United States

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Past articles by Jasmine:

Local mothers of gun violence victims discuss grassroots efforts to target young criminals

Phyllis Jackson, Tonja Hicks and Dei-Lawon McFadden share an unenviable bond. → Read More

Man arrested on multiple felony charges in Thomson

Multiple law enforcement agencies were involved in the arrest of 20-year-old Thomson man Tuesday, July 28. → Read More

New safety measures in place to keep students registered to take firefighter exam safe

Dozens of high school seniors in Richmond County will finally get the chance to jump-start their career with the Augusta Fire Department. → Read More

Non-compliant elevators could be a show-stopper for future films at old jail

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) A little bit of Hollywood came to Augusta to breathe new life into an old building. Several film crews have used the old Richmond county jail on Walton Way for movie shoots. However → Read More

CSRA leaders push to pass hate crime bill in honor of Ahmaud Arbery

BURKE COUNTY, GA (WFXG) Ella Cooper may not be a household name but her grandson, Ahmaud, is. She sat in front of her grandson’s grave surrounded by politicians, law enforcement officers and peo → Read More

National health expert emphasizes social isolation, despite Governor Kemp’s statewide order

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) Despite health professionals continuing to urge social distancing and sheltering in place, the amount of people contracting coronavirus continues to increase. We talked to the natio → Read More

Augusta Mayor advises that everyone should continue to social distance after Georgia reopens Friday

Augusta's top leaders stressed that returning to work Friday does not mean going back to normal. They want business owners to continue complying with the CDC's social distancing and sanitation guideli → Read More

Couple estimates storm caused $6,000 damage after tree smashes sunroom window

Law enforcement officers closed Gough Red Hill and Quaker Roads while crews cleaned up Mother Nature's mess. → Read More

Data shows minorities face higher risks if infected with COVID-19

Health disparities are prevalent within the African-American community and are the underlying reasons why death rates and intensive-care intubations are higher in this demographic, according to nation → Read More

North Augusta couple stuck on cruise ship finally heading home

A North Augusta husband and wife on board a ship where a dozen people tested positive for coronavirus are on their way home. → Read More

Community campaign helps give cash to local businesses

A local business launched an online campaign last week to help entrepreneurs turn a profit during the pandemic. → Read More

North Augusta couple stuck on coronavirus-impacted Coral Princess cruise ship hopes to come home soon

Just 24 hours ago, Kurt and Jan Menger thought they'd be flying home to North Augusta after being stuck at the Port of Miami on the Coral Princess, a ship stricken with coronavirus. → Read More

Doctor demonstrates how to bring home groceries, not coronavirus

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) Grocery shopping can be both a concern and a challenge while trying to limit potential exposure to coronavirus. Now, one Michigan-based doctor has created a video to make sure you'r → Read More

Local law enforcement agencies change policing during coronavirus pandemic

Law enforcement officers across the country are policing in what many call unprecedented times. They are still in full force doing their job - but they're changing the way they do things. → Read More

COVID-19 precautions postpone CSRA court cases

Georgia Supreme Court's recent issued a statewide judicial emergency. The order relieves people from judicial deadlines for 30 days. However, bond hearings and arraignments are still going on. → Read More

VIDEO: Dozens line up outside Lanier's Fresh Meat Market searching for groceries

As a result of the pandemic, across the country, grocers are being overwhelmed by shoppers. Panic-buying is creating long lines and low resources at some spots. → Read More

Local school system's drive-thru meal distribution a relief for parents during precautionary coronavirus closures

Coronavirus concerns temporarily closed schools across the CSRA but the critical need to feed kids remains. The majority of their 31,000 student population already qualifies for and receives free meal → Read More

City leaders work to curb spread of coronavirus in Augusta

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) Times like these are causing people across the state to lean in and learn more about an invisible threat. → Read More

Local Tabernacle Baptist Church will be live streaming services due to COVID-19 concerns

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) Noone here in Richmond County or the CSRA has tested positive for COVID-19, officials say. However, many people are thinking twice about attending events with large gatherings of pe → Read More

Stepfather granted bond in child pornography case

Judge Daniel Craig granted a $35,000 bond to a 35-year-old man accused of recording and sending an intimate video of his step-daughter to an acquaintance via Facebook. The state attorney's office said → Read More