Jasmine Turner

Jasmine Turner is a general assignment reporter for NBC 12 News. She joined the team in October 2016. Jasmine was born and raised in Henrico County, and attended The Richmond Montessori School and The Collegiate School. Her college years were spent at Elon University, where she graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Before returning to Richmond, Jasmine was a multimedia journalist and weekend anchor for WECT News in Wilmington, North Carolina. Jasmine is ecstatic to be back in the River City with her husband Marcelus. When she's not on the air, she loves to sing, shop and travel. You can also find her spending time with friends and family, and her rescue dog Libbie!

Recent Articles by Jasmine

  ‘We have been put in a situation that is unimaginable:’ 24-year-old paralyzed after shooting

Police warn thieves are stealing catalytic converters

'Help us wrap our arms around them:’ Community supports family of father killed in Wawa shooting

‘It’s an amazing mission:’ Organization in need of volunteer drivers

‘This is his way of helping right now:’ Family advocates for Safe Exchange zones

Hundreds of cars stranded in snow and ice

Man who plowed into Charlottesville crowd found guilty of first degree murder

Jury to begin deliberations in Fields trial

‘He didn’t seem angry:’ Couple met suspect hours before car plowed into crowd

Attorney General holds round table discussion on hate crimes, white supemacist violence

Witnesses in Fields trial: Scene of ‘love’ quickly turned into ‘pandemonium’

Fields' Instagram posts depicting car running into crowd to be shown

Mother charged in infant’s death given 5 years in prison

Testimony begins in trial of man accused of plowing into Charlottesville crowd

Jury selection continues in trial for man accused of plowing into Charlottesville crowd

Friday marks inaugural day of unity in Richmond

‘We have to take care of our families:’ Chesterfield bus drivers' frustration continues

‘They need our help:’ Nearly 30 years after daughter’s death, father continues work to find missing people

Bring them home: A Digital Dialogue about missing people in Central Virginia

'It’s disrespectful:’ Debris, trash dumped in historic cemeteries