Jasmine Ramirez

Jasmine Ramirez


Jasmine Ramirez joined the KOLD News 13 team in January 2020.

She is new to Arizona and is extremely excited for Tucson's sunshine and winters without blizzards and freezing temperatures.

Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, she fell in love with reporting while in high school.

While attending the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Jasmine worked as a multimedia journalist for KOMU 8 News. She spent a summer interning in Brussels, Belgium at an international news agency.

After graduating, Jasmine worked as a reporter and anchor at ABC 17 News in Columbia, Missouri. She covered everything from record-breaking flooding, a presidential rally and tornado recovery.

She is already falling in love with Tucson’s sunshine, and looks forward to exploring the city and getting to know the community.

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Recent Articles by Jasmine

  VA sending nurses to Navajo Nation, hopes for early vaccine access

Tucson real estate sales heat up, extreme seller’s market

  Tucson family helps children in foster care during COVID-19

  Teachers, Arizona PTA respond to state’s school reopening guidelines

  Save Our Stages Act looks to help struggling entertainment venues

  UA Coalition for Academic Justice plans to unionize, disagrees with reentry plan

  DACA recipient, UA grad, COVID-19 survivor released from detention center

  Road to Mount Lemmon reopens to public after Bighorn Fire

  The cost of immigrating to the U.S. is set to skyrocket, impacting asylum as well

  Tucson Unified making plans for students with disabilities for upcoming school year

  Free meal delivery, shopping services available for elderly amid COVID-19

  Nationwide coin shortage felt in southern Arizona

Arizona doctors COVID-19 impacts on mental health as overdose deaths rise

  Online learning: Pros and cons as school year approaches

  Catalina Highway expected to reopen before Nov. 1, officials say

  U of A foreign students react to Trump Administration pulling rule requiring in-person classes

  Long-term care and assisted-living facilities receiving Pima Love Notes

  Tucson mother opts for fully online learning this fall

  COVID-19 forcing couples to postpone, cancel weddings

  Mental health resources available during COVID-19 pandemic

  Foreign students with fully online classes can’t stay in the U.S., according to ICE

  Sahuarita emphasizes social distancing for 2020 fireworks show

  Bighorn Fire damage assessment starting on Mount Lemmon

  Officials urge responsible camping and hiking 4th of July weekend

  Yoga and small fitness studios question Arizona’s shutdown

  Demand for laptops, computers in the age of virtual learning

  Some Tucson bars see drop in sales as COVID-19 cases soar

  Banner Health nears capacity for COVID-19 intensive care patients

  Downtown Tucson Partnership, county provide personal protective equipment to local businesses

  Pima County receives complaints about businesses not requiring face masks