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Jasmine Norwood is thrilled to be living and reporting in the nation’s capital again. She was born and raised in San Diego, moved to D.C. to attend Howard University, and quickly fell in love with the area.

Jasmine joined DCW News at 10p in May 2016. She comes to Washington D.C., from Richmond, Virginia, where she worked as a reporter at WTVR on an Emmy-winning morning show. Prior to Richmond, Jasmine spent a couple years reporting in South Bend, Indiana and Benton Harbor, Michigan, where she broke major stories that lead to federal investigations into local government and the allocation of funds. While in the Midwest, Jasmine also earned an Emmy nomination for her coverage of a convicted killer’s escape from prison.

Jasmine has a passion for helping others, and strives to be a voice for the voiceless, through journalism.

In the summer, you can almost always find Jasmine by a pool or on her way to the nearest beach. Her family always jokes, she learned to swim before she could walk.

Growing up, Jasmine swam on competitive swim teams for 10 years. She made history as the first African American to train and compete with the San Diego Sweetwater Dolphins, a nationally competitive synchronized swim team.

When she’s not working to make a difference in the community or mentoring young girls, Jasmine is working towards her goal of opening a swimming school for underprivileged children.

Jasmine enjoys baking gluten-free treats, practicing yoga, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.

She lives in Prince George’s County, Maryland with her husband and their pup, Bella.

Recent Articles
  • Hundreds of animals rescued from Virginia farm

    LOUISA COUNTY, Va. — Goats, horses, emus, sheep, rabbits, chickens, turkeys, a peacock, ducks, and cats were among the hundreds of animals rescued Wednesday, according to the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office. The animals were discovered after Louisa Animal Control was dispatched to West Old Mountain Road to deal with goats in the street. “When they went to put the animals back in, [they] located several more animals that were in distress and some that were deceased. A veterinarian responded and […]

  • Off duty D.C. officer fatally shot in Baltimore

    BALTIMORE, Md. — A sergeant with the D.C. police force died in Baltimore early this morning after he was shot inside a parked car. Tony Mason Jr., 40, was found shot inside of a parked car on the 2800 block of Elgin Avenue, along with a 43-year-old woman who was also suffering gunshot wounds. Mason was taken to a hospital, and died of his injuries. The woman is being treated for her injuries. Police believe the two were sitting in […]

  • Coalition of activists will march 100 miles to White House

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Monday, a coalition of students, faith leaders, and community activist groups will band together and march more than 100 miles from Charlottesville to the White House. The 10 day trek is being called, “The March to Confront White Supremacy”. Organizers are expecting hundreds of people to participate, and say marchers will be sleeping and eating at local churches along their route. The walk comes just a little more than two weeks after violent Charlottesville protests ultimately claimed the life […]

  • Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool drained after 80 ducks die

    (CNN) — The National Park Service will drain the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool this weekend after approximately 80 ducklings were found dead, including 53 in one day. The culprit is a parasite that grows in snails that live in the pool, said park service spokesman Mike Litterst. The federal agency says chemical treatments alone aren’t sufficient to fully reduce the parasite and snail population. So the pool must be drained and cleaned. The cleanup begins Sunday. It will take about […]

  • DC remembers victims killed in Orlando nightclub

    Update: Hundreds joined DC Mayor Muriel Bowser in Dupont Circle to remember the 49 victims who were killed in Pulse night club ORLANDO (CNN) — Love was in the air — and on signs, T-shirts and murals — as people gathered at the Pulse nightclub to remember those lost and mark the first anniversary of the worst terror attack on American soil since 9/11. The crowd overflowed into the street, and people lined up outside the fence surrounding the club […]

  • Mother sentenced to 45 years in prison for suffocating her kids

    CHEVERLY, Md. – A Prince George’s County mother, 26 year old Sonya Spoon, was sentenced to 45 years in prison for murdering her children, Wednesday.  Her daughter, Kayla, was 3 years old, her son Ayden, was one year old. Spoon admitted to suffocating her children by duct taping plastic bags around their heads. Spoon’s attorney argued that at the time of the killings, the mother of two was suffering from mental problems, stress, and depression from the possibility of losing […]

  • Inmate trained service dogs changing lives

    JESSUP, Md. — Service dogs start their training young.  At just eight weeks old, they begin preparing to one day, save some one’s life. A non profit called Canine Partners for Life, provides services dogs for those in need.  Since 2013, Canine Partners for Life has partnered with the Maryland Correctional Institution in Jessup, Maryland. Through the puppy training program, 14 service dogs have been trained by inmates. “These innocent little calming puppies in a prison, how could it not […]

  • DC mayor signs order in support of Paris climate agreement

    WASHINGTON – On Monday, Mayor Muriel Bowser joined the nearly 200 mayors who have taken a stand against President Donald Trump’s stance on the Paris Agreement.  Mayor Bowser signed a Mayor’s Order to reaffirm Washington, DC’s support of the Paris Climate Accord. The Mayor’s Order renews the District’s commitment to the historic agreement to reduce global carbon emissions. This came just days after Trump announced that the United States is withdrawing from the agreement that focuses on protecting the environment […]

  • Maryland families fall victim to scam, lose thousands of dollars

    COUNTY, Md. — Families in Calvert County say they lost thousands of dollars after falling victim to a scam targeting people who post adds on Facebook about needing home repairs and services. On one of the hottest days of the year, The Campbell Family’s home air conditioning unit stopped working. Duncan Campbell says his wife did what many people do, she hopped on Facebook and asked people for recommendations of someone who could fix it. Campbell says Keven Dillard with […]

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