Jasmine Ramirez

Jasmine Ramirez

Tucson

Jasmine Ramirez

KOLD reporter 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

  New Arizona law gives attorney to every child in foster care

  Tucson businesses get help pivoting post-pandemic

  J&J recipients, health experts respond to temporary halt of vaccine

  Pima County sees decrease in new vaccination appointments, officials work to figure out why

  TPD shaping 2022 budget to address staffing shortage

  University of Arizona studies if vaccinated people can spread coronavirus

  High school seniors, retired seniors become pen pals

  Pima County STEPs program gives low-level drug offenders second chance

  Wildcat fans proud of their team, win or lose

  Arizona’s Heart & Sol: Community supports police officer, nursing student couple after their baby’s cancer diagnosis

  Addiction experts see stimulus money fueling substance use disorders

  Pima County eviction filings spike as landlords anticipate moratorium end

  AZ HEROES “first of its kind” study to look at vaccine effectiveness

  TPD staffing shortage brought up during city budget town hall

  Contaminated recycling costs Tucson thousands per month, inspectors checking bins

  University of Arizona researchers trace origins of COVID

  Arizona’s Heart & Sol: South Tucson woman starts organization to fight hunger

  Tucson hotels busiest since the pandemic began

  Pima County works to adapt to state’s 16 and up vaccine expansion announcement

  Tucson ranked world’s worst for property affordability, study finds

  Therapeutic Riding of Tucson arena will allow for year-round classes

  Survey: Arizona nonprofits lost more than $91 million because of COVID

  Tucson woman creates program to help veterans feel less isolated

  Five Points Intersection art project construction complete

  Receiving second vaccine dose “crucial,” health expert says

  Southern Arizona food banks have record-breaking distribution years

  Pandemic traumatically impacts women in the workforce

  Some Tucson home sellers go to great lengths to get in on hot market

  University of Arizona joins network of institutions to prevent sexual harassment

  Pima County Attorney’s Office cracks down on fraud cases