Jasmine Ramirez

Jasmine Ramirez

Tucson

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

  Local real estate broker expects COVID-19 to impact housing market

  UA halts summer study abroad program amid COVID-19 outbreak

  Tucson travel agents see impact of COVID-19 on trips

  UA researchers look at potential cancer risks to firefighters

  Water restores native species along the Santa Cruz River

  Researchers study impacts of large fire on A Mountain

  Tucson Rodeo bull rider recovering from injuries

  Annual Tucson Beefsteak raises big bucks for local veterans

  Customs and Border Protection inspects flowers during busy holiday weekend

  Drug court, treatment program helps participants celebrate sobriety

  Gun shop customers react to bill aimed at banning assault weapons in Arizona

  Catholic community remembers beloved Tucson priest killed in car crash

Police to enforce Tucson ordinance that prohibits feeding homeless in parks

  Rescue dog accompanies gem show seller while rock hunting

  Tucson driver disinfects work space, fearing novel coronavirus

  Gospel Rescue Mission volunteers feel the warmth of giving back

  Homeowners prepare for hard freeze

  Ultra-marathoner runs 12 hours for the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

  TUSD students combine technology with fashion design

  New University of Arizona program offers some medical students free tuition

  Tucson Gem and Mineral Show to kick off this weekend

  Traffic impacts as Downtown Links project continues tomorrow

  Bureau of Land Management host wild horse, burro adoption event