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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
  • Police remind public to be aware of ATM skimming devices

    DES PERES, Mo. – Police credit an alert customer for reporting trouble at a bank ATM in west St. Louis County. As it turns out, someone had placed a skimming device on the machine. This case is among the latest in the St. Louis area, a sign that ATM skimmers can appear frequently – and anywhere. “This is statewide. This is nationwide. It could be anybody in another state. It could be people from out of the country,” Des Peres […]

  • Teachers in St. Louis area frustrated over unsolved ID theft cases

    BALLWIN, MO – Local teachers are demanding answers in an ID theft case that affects hundreds of victims in the St. Louis area. As Fox 2 reported last week, current and former educators in the St. Louis area recently learned someone used their personal information to access their retirement accounts online. No funds were stolen, but the ID theft continues to create headaches for local authorities and the alleged victims. “That was just the beginning,” Ballwin resident Linda Cantrell said. Cantrell […]

  • Days before the big event, customers flood stores to purchase eclipse glasses

    LADUE, MO  -Interest in the upcoming solar eclipse is sky-high, and so is demand for the glasses needed to view the big event. Many stores are doing what they can to keep up with the frenzy of customers ordering the special eyewear. Ladue Pharmacy on Clayton Road is expecting another shipment of 1,000 pairs of eclipse glasses, after selling out last week. “Some people are ordering one. Some people are ordering twenty for their whole group,” Ladue Pharmacy owner Rick […]

  • Cleaning crews provide “bright side” to St. Louis buildings hit with graffiti

    ST. LOUIS – Cleaning crews spent the afternoon painting over graffiti at an abandoned building in north St. Louis. The work was nothing new to them, but it came to a surprise to those passing by. “I work up in here and I walk up and down here all the time on Dr. Marin Luther King. As I saw them painting, I thought I’d ask, what’s going on,” Cassandra Smith said. As it turns out, the group of painters work […]

  • Police: Identity theft affected hundreds of public school educators in the St. Louis Area

    ST. LOUIS – Hundreds of current and former teachers in the St. Louis area recently learned they were victims of an identity theft. The theft affected various members of the The Public School and Education Employee Retirement Systems of Missouri (PSRS/PEERS). PSRS/PEERS provides retirement benefits for public school teachers and other staff in several districts. Fortunately, the ID theft did not involve any money lost. But it was a close call. In the past week, a Glendale resident received a letter […]

  • Re-dedication of Desecrated Jewish Cemetery in University City Scheduled for Sunday

    UNIVERSITY CITY, MO – Six months after it was desecrated by vandals, a historic Jewish cemetery in University City will host a re-dedication ceremony. The event, scheduled for Sunday, August 6, marks a new chapter for the sacred space. “We can end this in a positive way with the community and the support of all communities,” Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery Director Anita Feigenbaum said Friday. In February, vandals toppled over more than 150 headstones at the cemetery, located on Olive […]

  • University City police to offer free crime prevention tips

    UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. – University City police officers hope a series of face-to-face meetings will help educate the public about crime prevention and awareness. Starting next week, the U City Police Department will host three sessions. The meetings are open to the public but will focus on University City, Captain Fredrick Lemons said. “We’re going to be teaching some tactics to citizens to keep them from becoming victims and being victimized,” he said. The meetings will take place at the […]

  • New playground provides new equipment and future for students in north St. Louis County

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – A decades-old school playground used by hundreds of children was falling apart – literally. Finding funds to fix the problem wasn’t easy. That was until volunteers from across the metro area stepped in with a bigger, brighter, and safer solution. More than $90,000 was raised to build a new, state-of-the art playground at Danforth Elementary in the Riverview Gardens School District. The campaign was launched by Play4All, a not-for-profit organization that raises money for play […]

  • Police rescue dog from hot car in shopping mall parking lot

    CHESTERFIELD, MO  – A dog left in a hot car could have been injured or even worse, had a concerned citizen not called 911, police said. The incident happened days ago, but it serves as a warning as temperatures returned to the triple digits Wednesday. “A day like this, you don’t bring your pets in the car. Just keep them at home, in air conditioning,” Chesterfield Police Sgt. Keith Rider said. Rider said in mid-July, a woman left her small dog […]

  • Doctors encourage ‘Four Gulp Rule’ for drinking water in extreme heat

    ST. LOUIS – Ever heard of the Four Gulps Rule? It’s not a drinking game, but rather an important guide the public is encouraged to follow to stay properly hydrated. As the heat wave tightens its grip over St. Louis, doctors are sending a “Hydration 101” reminder for adults and children. “Hydrating is the best way to prevent any heat-related problems,” UnitedHealthcare Chief Medical Officer Kimberly Perry said. “It’s much easier to take care of people who are ahead of […]

  • Local teen raises funds to make sunscreen available for free at area pools

    Some pools in the St. Louis area have found a way to keep swimmers safe, thanks to a local high school student. Lynly Brennan, 16, raised funds for sunscreen dispensers to be installed at Clayton’s Shaw Park Aquatic Center, The Maplewood Family Aquatic Center, and University City’s Heman Park Pool. Brennan, a student at Nerinx Hall High School, said the idea to make sunscreen available to the public came after she conducted a research project about tanning beds. “Really, what’s […]

  • Proposal for local fire departments to join forces draws heat from firefighters union

    Some local fire departments are exploring the possibility of joining forces. The departments of Clayton, Richmond Heights, Maplewood, Brentwood, and Rock Hill could combine some of their top-tier staff. But not everyone is on board with the idea. The union representing firefighters argues the restructuring will come at the expense of public safety. “Change is obviously scary, I get that. But this is a tremendous opportunity,” Maplewood Fire Chief Terry Merrell said Friday. Several departments in the area already share […]