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!
Woman’s Hospital has partnered with The Anna’s Grace Foundation in putting on "The Walk to Remember.” It’s a walk around the Independence park area of Baton Rouge for families of children that died during pregnancy or infancy.
Jehu Poitier, the Baton Rouge firefighter and Bahamas native that began collecting donations to send back to victims of Hurricane Dorian has collected so many supplies, that he has too much to pack up on his own.
After the viral video showing a group of people apparently just walking out of a store in the Mall of Louisiana allegedly without paying for an arm full of clothes, plenty of people wondered, why did nobody stop them?
The beef in the back of your freezer that keeps accumulating “snow” may still be good. And, if it is, someone could probably use it. On Sunday, Sept. 15 in Baton Rouge, Hunters for the Hungry was collecting meat from all over to give to those in need.
Nearly three months after LSU student, Sarah James, was hit and killed by a driver who allegedly couldn’t see her, the intersection of Jennifer Jean Drive and Bob Pettit Boulevard at Nicholson Drive, has been adjusted.
On Sept. 11, 2001, people across the U.S. watched terror and made the brave decision to enlist. September is National Suicide Awareness Month and the Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) says suicide among veterans is an epidemic.
Patrick Wilkerson, who owns the Bengals and Bandits merchandise store near LSU, has been busy packing boxes. This week, in addition to seeing purple, gold, and black in his store, he’s seeing some green too.
Candidates running to be the next commissioner of the Louisiana Department of Agricultural and Forestry (LDAF) met at a Press Club forum in Baton Rouge Monday, Sept. 9 to address key concerns before the Oct. 12 election.
There are no term limits for the clerk of court office in East Baton Rouge Parish. Doug Welborn is now in his seventh term and has been the clerk for 28 years, but a well-known city councilwoman is trying to shake things up at City Hall.
There’s plenty of fun up for grabs outside of Baker High School at the Greater Baton Rouge American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organization’s (AFL-CIO) 2019 Annual Labor Day Parade & Picnic. Monday morning, kids flocked to the street for handfuls of candy.
The East Baton Rouge Parish Metro Council has approved a nearly half million dollar supplement that’ll be split between the East Baton Rouge District Attorney’s Office and the Office of the Public Defender.