Jasmine Anderson

Jasmine Anderson

Multimedia Journalist

Jasmine Anderson joined the WFXG FOX 54 news team as a multi-media journalist in April 2018.

She developed a love for storytelling at an early age, and remembers watching the news with her grandmother as a child.

Before calling the Master’s City home she worked in Pensacola, Florida as WEAR ABC 3’s first executive producer of digital content. While she was at the helm of the digital department, the website received a Florida Associated Press Broadcasters award as a finalist in website/digital.

Jasmine began her career at an NBC-affiliate along the Gulf Coast, where she wrote compelling stories, managed employees and assignments and also wrote digital content for the website.

She grew up in the home of America’s first Mardi Gras - Mobile, Alabama - and earned her B.A. in Communication at the University of South Alabama. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).

In her free time she loves to travel, read and spend time with family and friends. She’s looking forward to telling the stories that matter to you, so send your ideas to janderson@wfxg.com and keep up with the CRSA’s latest news on social media by following her on Twitter and liking her Facebook page.


Recent Articles by Jasmine

  17 new bus shelters will be installed across the CSRA

  Augusta Commission passes new marijuana regulations

  Stop The Violence organizer believes community effort, education are key to curb violence in Augusta

  Black Cat Picture Show entertains for 5th year

  Commissioner says court system isn’t doing enough to punish people who neglect their property

  UPDATE: Glenn Hills Middle School student facing battery charge after video shows him punching female classmate

Maxwell Branch Library is officially reopened

14-year-old Paine College junior reflects on fall convocation

  Augusta Commission considers change to marijuana ordinance

  Tabernacle Baptist Church gets historic marker

  Commissioner wants more deputies in downtown Augusta

Augusta Commission reconsidering who’s in charge of recreation facilities

  Report: Woman injured in downtown fight could lose sight in one eye

  Washington County Sheriff dies from self-inflicted wound, GBI says

  Mayor Hardie Davis to discuss crime in Augusta with Richmond County Sheriff

  Ryder Stamey’s grandmother to speak at Stop the Violence rally

  Attorneys for City of Augusta want former EEO director’s lawsuit dismissed

  FBI, GBI agents search Commissioner Sammie Sias’ home

  Homeless veteran, father and inventor remembered as a man who loved life

  Commission publicly addresses questions about Depot Project

  Commissioners meet with law enforcement on gun violence in Augusta

  Former commissioner pushes for forensic audit in Sias investigation

Community members call for gun reform after 42-year-old man is killed in downtown Augusta

Two agencies conduct criminal, internal investigations into Grovetown cop’s stolen gun

  Man accused of shooting 6-year-old boy Hephzibah boy found not guilty

  Suspects in Walton Acres murder denied bond

Man arrested again for alleged sexual contact with young teen girl

  GBI, DFACS to investigate embezzlement, child abuse claims against Commissioner Sammie Sias

  Columbia County school bus safety campaign urges people to focus while driving

  Commissioner Sammy Sias admits to long-time affair