Jasmine Ramirez, CBS 8 San Diego

Jasmine Ramirez

CBS 8 San Diego

San Diego, CA, United States

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Past articles by Jasmine:

San Diego based crypto bank Silvergate announces shutdown, will pay deposits

Silvergate was one of the first crypto-focused banks. It's now liquidating after market meltdown. → Read More

Effectiveness of Carlsbad license plate readers as 'Smart Streetlights' slated for San Diego

San Diego Police look to install 500 new streetlight surveillance cameras and license plate readers. → Read More

San Diego Gas & Electric wants to raise rates again next year

The potential rate hike would increase monthly electric bills by an average of $8.45 and gas bills by $9.16 monthly. → Read More

Public hearings on San Diego 'Smart Streetlights' slated

SDPD will hold community meetings to inform the public and gather feedback on a proposal to use streetlights equipped with cameras to solve crimes. → Read More

Solana Beach woman to be sentenced Monday for murdering stepfather

A jury found Jade Janks guilty of killing her stepfather after she found hundreds of nude photos of herself on his computer. → Read More

What's causing the mystery booms heard across San Diego?

CBS 8 spoke with an aerospace engineer and Camp Pendleton Marine. → Read More

COVID-19 emergency ends Tuesday in San Diego

After three years, the COVID-19 emergency ends this week. It will be lifted in the City of San Diego, the county, and California Tuesday. → Read More

Narcan resistant drug 'Tranq' detected in San Diego

Xylazine, commonly known as 'Tranq', is an animal tranquilizer that's being mixed with fentanyl. → Read More

Police need help finding man who exposed himself, groped women in UTC

Victims described him as muscular or athletic- looking, 20 to 30 years old with short dreadlocks. → Read More

SANDAG's proposed mileage tax raising some concerns

The mileage tax would cost drivers four cents for every mile driven. → Read More

A new push to address California's crisis-level veterinary shortage

AB-1237 aims to attract veterinarians to work in the state by helping to pay for their student loans. → Read More

How to help get desperate aid to Syria, Turkey

Getting aid to Syria is a challenge. Before the disaster, the country was already ravaged by a civil war. → Read More

Here's how you can send donations to earthquake survivors in Turkey, Syria

The earthquake in Turkey and Syria is among the deadliest in recent history. → Read More

San Diego prepares for Title 42 to expire

Title 42 is anticipated to end when the national COVID-19 public health emergency ends in May. → Read More

North San Diego County home burglarized despite security measures

North County family's home burglarized after taking steps to prevent. The family has heard of two other recent break-ins nearby. → Read More

UC San Diego grad students report retaliation for striking

At least 20 students have claimed professors have retaliated against them. → Read More

San Diego Unified seeing spike in students missing school

The district says many students have missed so many days they're considered chronically absent. → Read More

Downtown San Diego Old Central Library transforms into women's shelter

Up to 36 women can seek shelter at the library in Downtown San Diego and receive mental health services. → Read More

'Point in Time' count to give glimpse into San Diego homeless crisis

Volunteers plan to begin count early Thursday morning. → Read More

Lunar New Year Celebration held in solidarity at Old Globe

Organizers hoped to focus on the joy the festivities bring in the wake of the Monterey Park Shooting. → Read More