Spencer is from Denver, Colorado and spent many of his childhood nights in Mile High City newsrooms where his dad was a sportscaster. Since then, he's always known he wanted to work in television.
Spencer graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2019 with a degree in journalism. Hook 'em Horns!
During his time as a student at Texas, Spencer worked as an intern at KUSA in Denver, KUTV in Salt Lake City, and KVUE in Austin.
Spencer is a huge football guy and he's excited to be in Baton Rouge for Tiger games! Spencer is also really enjoying Louisiana food and wants your recommendations for the best poboys and chargrilled oysters in town.
If he’s not on his couch watching the Denver Broncos or Texas Longhorns and you see him, come say hello. He can’t wait to meet WAFB’s awesome viewers and to tell the stories of the great people of Baton Rouge!
In April of 2018, BREC opened the newly renovated botanical gardens at Independence Park. The renovation project cost an estimated $800,000, but now, while beds at the front of the park look well groomed, not everything is a bed of roses.
After uproar came earlier in the week about the East Baton Rouge Parish Library budgeting more than $94,000 for a new OmniGlobe, WAFB obtained the library’s 2018 budget, which contains more head scratching allocations of taxpayer dollars.
Ascension Public Schools held a groundbreaking ceremony for Bluff Ridge Primary on Tuesday, Aug. 13, with plans to have the school ready for the fall of 2020. Bluff Ridge Primary is one of four new schools set to open. Bullion Primary school opened for the 2019-20 school year.
All three of the big names made it official Tuesday, Aug. 6. Congressman Dr. Ralph Abraham, Eddie Rispone, and incumbent governor, John Bel Edwards, signed the papers to qualify to run for governor of Louisiana.
Hospitals in El Paso, Texas are preparing to receive multiple patients injured in a mass shooting at a popular shopping mall. The El Paso police department is asking members of the public in surrounding areas and states schedule a blood donation.
She doesn't go to LSU anymore and she doesn't even live in Louisiana anymore, but Ginger Burk is tired of seeing how bad the LSU library looks. She's started a GoFundMe campaign page on her own, hoping to raise money for a new library.
Mike the Tiger, not the mascot, but the tiger himself, has almost 230,000 followers on social media and posts a picture of himself every weekday. But since he’s a tiger, he’s probably getting some help.
Owners from many restaurants around Baton Rouge are planning to get off the Waitr delivery app. On July 1, restaurant owners that use Waitr received an email from the company detailing a new deal that voids their current contracts.
Usually if you’re in Louisiana and you’re looking to see a ferocious feline, you just head over to LSU for a visit with Mike the Tiger, but two Iberville Parish School District students and a teacher are going farther.
The Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) announced on Thursday, June 20 the closing of two charters schools: Laurel Oaks Academy in East Baton Rouge Parish and Smothers Academy in Jefferson Parish.