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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
  • Donations to Delmar Loop: Online support to help businesses hit by vandals during Stockley protests

    UNIVERSITY CITY, MO – Online donations can now be accepted to help Delmar Loop businesses recovering from violent protests. The University City Chamber of Commerce has established an online portal for the public to contribute. Money collected will be distributed to shops that were hit the night following the not-guilty ruling in the Jason Stockley murder trial. Stockley, a former St. Louis Police Officer, was acquitted of first degree murder in the 2011 shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith. Peaceful […]

  • “Special Assignment” – St. Louis middle school students learn character education

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis middle school students and their teachers are working together on a special assignment. St. Louis-based CharacterPlus has selected Academy of Entrepreneurship Studies (AESM) Middle School at L’Ouverture for a three-year program on character education. The CharacterPlus Way program is customized to help foster a sense of belonging for staff and students. Students will select specific “character” words by which they want to live, Tami Bopp, Sr. Program Consultant for CharacterPlus Way, said. “Some of traits that […]

  • Shrewsbury police search for man who exposed himself in strip mall parking lot

    SHREWSBURY, Mo. – A woman had just left a drive-thru in Shrewsbury when she noticed a man exposing himself to her. According to Lt. Brian Catlett, the incident happened on the morning of September 23. The woman had picked up breakfast at the McDonald’s drive-thru on Watson Road. She had driven to a nearby parking lot, near her workplace, he said. That was when she said she noticed an alarming sight in the car parked next to her. “He was […]

  • Children as young as 3 participate in training for active shooter scenarios

    LEMAY, MO – A local school district is taking its safety and crisis training to a new level. The Hancock Place School District in Lemay allowed students to participate in its annual active shooter training, a practice that has been limited to teachers and staff in the past. The training took place last week, days before the mass shooting in Las Vegas. “In fact, one mother responded that [her] child was asking, did people run in a zigzag pattern to […]

  • Local company teaches safety procedures for mass shooting scenarios

    ST. LOUIS – The mass shooting in Las Vegas has left many wondering if it’s safe to attend concerts or other large events? A St. Louis man who trains businesses on workplace safety said living in fear is not the answer. Mike Fumagalli’s firm, Tier One Tactical Solutions, has trained hundreds of businesses, schools, churches, and other organizations in the St. Louis area about how to react to what’s referred to as “active shooter” scenarios. “If we live in fear, […]

  • Parkway student faces discipline after unloaded firearm discovered at football game

    CHESTERFIELD, Mo. – A 13-year-old could face suspension and even expulsion for bringing an unloaded firearm to a high school football game. The student attends Central Middle School in the Parkway School District. The incident happened the evening of Friday, September 22. Chesterfield Police Sargent Keith Rider said it was unclear how the teen obtained the .380 Ruger pistol. Thanks to an alert classmate, Rider said district leaders and police were made aware that the teen was carrying a firearm […]

  • “U Woke” – High school students send money, message to vandalized Delmar Loop businesses

    UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. – A group of University City High School students are selling t-shirts to benefit businesses recently vandalized during protests in the Delmar Loop. The protests happened the weekend following a judge’s not-guilty ruling of Jason Stockley, the former St. Louis police officer tried for first-degree murder in the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith. Nearly two dozen businesses suffered damage in the overnight hours September 17. University City High School Sophomore Adrianna Albert said she felt compelled […]

  • During unrest and protests, police wives work around the clock

    ST. LOUIS – Police officers aren’t the only ones working long hours in the aftermath of the Jason Stockley ruling. Their spouses are also on call. The St. Louis Police Wives Association has served as a backbone of support, providing hot meals, supplies, and other items for law enforcement. “They get treated rough out there. But they’re still out there. They still come back. Rewind, and then they run right back out there,” SLPWA Vice President Alexandria Dilworth said. Between […]

  • Clayton police searching for man who robbed woman, stole wedding ring

    CLAYTON, Mo. – Clayton Police are asking for the public’s help locating a man who robbed a woman Wednesday morning. The incident happened on Westwood Avenue near Clayton Road at approximately 11 a.m. “The victim was walking south on Westwood when our suspect approached her from behind and demanded her personal items from her,” Clayton Officer Korey Golcynski said. “He then reached out, grabbed her arms, and took some personal items.” Those familiar with the alleged victim said the woman’s […]

  • ATM robber linked to cases in Chesterfield, O’Fallon, MO

    CHESTERFIELD, MO – A man who robbed an elderly woman at a Chesterfield ATM Sunday morning could be linked to a similar crime in O’Fallon, Missouri. The woman was attempting to withdraw money from a US Bank ATM on Clarkson Road shortly before 10 am Sunday, when she was approached by a man. “The individual came up on foot, with either a stun gun or a taser in his hand,” Chesterfield Police Sgt. Keith Rider said. The woman handed over […]

  • Missouri Task Force 1 Integral part of Irma rescue efforts

    ST. LOUIS – A small team from Missouri is once again playing a big role in hurricane recovery efforts. These elite first responders, known as Missouri Task Force 1, helped with hundreds of rescues after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas. Now, many of those same members are in the Florida area. “Our guys are playing a big role, that’s for sure,” said Gale Blomenkamp, Assistant Chief of the Boone County Fire Protect District. The group is taking part in search and […]

  • Fashion show benefits campers living with serious burn injuries

    ST. LOUIS – Fashion met philanthropy Thursday evening at an event dedicated to group of special campers. “More Than a Fashion Show” benefitted the Midwest Children’s Burn Camp. This year’s event returned to Neiman Marcus at Plaza Frontenac. Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda served as Mistress of Ceremonies. The Midwest Children’s Burn Camp serves children living with serious burn injuries. The camp’s objective is to help participants gain self-confidence and improve their self-image. “They get to canoe and swim and laugh […]