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Jasmine Huda takes her love of news and the St. Louis community to Fox 2 News at 11 p.m., which she co-anchors with Shirley Washington. Jasmine joined The Fox 2 / News 11 team in January 2016.

Jasmine’s experience in news began in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she attended the University of Michigan and reported for NPR member station WUOM. She subsequently landed behind-the-scenes positions with National Public Radio and Fox News Channel in Washington, DC.

A St. Louis native, Jasmine was thrilled to move back to Missouri for her first on-air reporting position at KSPR-TV in Springfield, MO. She later moved to her hometown, first working at KSDK-TV, and later KMOV-TV as an evening anchor and reporter. She is the recipient of a national Edward R. Murrow award, a regional Edward R. Murrow award, and a regional Mid-America Emmy.

Jasmine has been honored in several publications for her talent and contributions to St. Louis. She was named “Best Newscaster” by St. Louis Magazine, “Best Female On Air Personality” by Alive Magazine, and has also been profiled in The New York Times, The 9s Men’s Magazine, Forbes.com, and “Who’s Who In Diversity in St. Louis.”

Jasmine is active in a number of local causes, primarily the American Heart Association. She is a member of the Go Red For Women Executive Leadership Team and emcees the annual Go Red For Women Luncheon and Metro St. Louis Heart Walk. She is also involved with Guns ‘N Hoses, The National Council of Jewish Women’s ‘Back 2 School Store’, The Veiled Prophet Fashion Show, and The Crisis Nursery.

In her spare time, Jasmine enjoys yoga, “Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me” and her new home, which she says desperately needs a puppy.

Want to send me a news tip? E-mail me at jasmine.huda@tvstl.com


Recent Articles
  • Guns ‘N Hoses merchandise available for sale at event benefitting BackStoppers Thursday

    ST. LOUIS – It’s a party before the party. This Thursday, a St. Louis restaurant will host an event to benefit BackStoppers, as the organization gears up for the 2018 Guns ‘N Hoses. As Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports, it’s a chance to support an important cause and to buy GNH merchandise before the main event.

  • Police warn against leaving dogs in vehicles

    ST. LOUIS – A week after a dozen dogs were found trapped inside a hot car, similar cases are emerging in the St. Louis area. Fox 2/KPLR 11’s Jasmine Huda spoke with Chesterfield police about three recent incidents involving dogs left in vehicles during 90-degree heat.

  • Drink up, doctor offers simple formula to stay hydrated

    Some people are not taking well to the summer heat. They are dehydrated and don’t even know it. Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda spoke with a physician about a simple rule to know whether you’re drinking enough water.

  • Fox 2 Exclusive: Six months after he was critically shot, wounded Arnold Police Officer marks another milestone

    ST. LOUIS – The Arnold Police officer who was shot exactly six months ago is marking yet another milestone. Officer Ryan O’Connor’s family shared a video with Fox 2 of the first responder walking. He is seen using a cane. And for the first time, he is walking with only a spotter. This latest feat marks a huge victory for the officer who was critically shot six months ago to the day. On December 5, 2017, a burglary suspect shot O’Connor, […]

  • 93-year-old WWII veteran from Farmington earns high school diploma

    FARMINGTON, Mo – High school graduation not only marks a milestone. For a Farmington man, it represents a lifelong dream. The 93-year-old World War II veteran earned his honorary high school diploma. Jasmine Huda spoke with the man and his great niece, who helped plan the big surprise.

  • Exclusive: Ryan O’Connor returns to Arnold Police Department, named officer of the year

    ARNOLD, MO – It was an emotional day for the family and extended blue family of an officer who was shot in the line of duty. Only Fox 2 was there when Ryan O’Connor returned to the Arnold Police Department for the first time since he was shot. Jasmine Huda has an exclusive look at the special award Officer O’Connor received, and the support he is getting from his brothers and sisters in blue.

  • Wounded Arnold police officer makes surprise visit to St. Louis for stepson’s graduation

    ST. LOUIS – Hugs and tears accompany most graduation ceremonies. But Monday night’s program marked a particularly special occasion for an Arnold family. In a Fox 2 exclusive, Jasmine Huda reports on police officer Ryan O’Connor’s surprise visit to see his stepson’s graduation ceremony for Rockwood Summit High School.

  • ‘Pop-up CPR’ training coming to St. Louis area next week

    ST. LOUIS – You’ve heard of pop-up restaurants, pop-concerts, and pop-up boutiques. But what about pop-up CPR? “It’s brand new. And we’re excited about it,” said Tracey Swabby, Business Development Manager for Abbott EMS. The pop-up CPR training will take place during National National Emergency Services Week, May 20-26. Abbott and American Medical Response operations will provide free coaching in compression-only CPR. “It takes two minutes, to learn how to save a life,” Swabby said. “I think people really want to […]

  • Exclusive: Wife reunited with doctors, first responders who saved life of Arnold Police Officer Ryan O’Connor

    ST. LOUIS – When Dr. Fangxiang Chen described what he did December 5, he was brief. “We just move as quick as we can.” Chen said. “That’s our job. To save people’s lives.” Barbara O’Connor puts it another way. “He holds a very special place in my heart. And I am so thankful for him every single day,” she said. Chen, a neurosurgeon with St. Anthony’s Medical Center, treated Ryan O’Connor, the Arnold Police Officer who was shot in the line […]

  • Photo enforcement no longer in effect, but signs remain to promote safety

    ST. LOUIS – Photo enforcement signs are posted at dozens of intersections throughout the City of St. Louis, even though red light cameras were inactivated years ago. The signs might seem misleading, but the city of St. Louis says the message likely keeps drivers alert and less likely to run red lights. “At the very least, it serves as a reminder for increased roadway safety,” St. Louis City Streets Director Jamie Wilson said. “The more aggressive drivers will approach the […]

  • Even with Craigslist personals section out, police warn parents about online predators

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO – Craigslist recently shut down its personals section. But even with the change, police say families need to be on guard for sexual predators. The move by Craigslist came after Congress passed the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act, which is intended to combat child sex trafficking by holding websites more accountable for content posted by users. St. Louis County Police Department Officer Benjamin Granda said Craigslist was the source of many local cases involving sexual predators. […]

  • Man casing unlocked cars in west county finds garage door opener, opens garage

    DES PERES, MO – A man casing a west St. Louis County neighborhood not only entered unlocked cars, he also found a way into a family’s garage. The man was looking for unlocked vehicles in the Diamond Ridge subdivision off Des Peres Road at about 3 a.m. Tuesday. Police across the St. Louis have long warned drivers to keep vehicle doors locked, with belongings out of sight. This latest case illustrates the potential dangers that come with leaving doors unlocked. […]