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

  Five Points Intersection art project close to completion

  Millions of businesses receive SBA loans, many preparing for COVID spike

  Homeless shelters deal with colder weather amid pandemic

  Startup Tucson helping local farmers innovate during COVID-19

  Recovery coaches find virtual and in-person addiction treatment equally effective

  University of Arizona students petition to reinstate a traditional spring break

  Rincon Market to become Flora’s Market Run

  Wildland firefighters adjust to COVID threats amid record-breaking season

  Record number of early ballots returned in Pima County

  San Xavier Mission School students get laptops

  Adults gaining education, job skills for free in Pima County

  Local businesses concerned over Downtown LINKS construction project

  Report says U.S. ranks low for child well-being

  U of A researchers say COVID-19 can give a false sense of pain relief

  Voters to see Invest in Ed on ballot

  Downtown Tucson restaurants reopening after months of closure

  COVID-19 emergency grants open for Tucson artists, art organizations

  Tucson clinic testing COVID-19 treatment drugs

  Report finds Arizona opioid epidemic funding and death rate increased

  Patriot Tour stops in South Tucson

  Tucson adult education program nationally recognized

  Nonsoon impacts vineyard and winery grape growth

  Parents asked to sign COVID-19 waiver for in-person learning

  Leman Academy removes remote learning option

  What to expect when voting in Pima County

  Personal shoppers help at annual Just Between Friends sale

  Sierra Vista residents react to face mask mandate suspension

  Therapy dogs bring back joy to Tucson Medical Center staff

  Local men run from Nogales to Tucson for charity

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