Bianca Ramirez Associate Producer
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Bianca Ramirez is an associate producer for KPCC’s award-winning newsroom. Bianca has a minor in Business Entrepreneurship and certificate in professional events planning. While doing her undergrad studies at CSULB, she was a technical adviser and segment producer for Advanced Media Production.
Ramirez grew up in South Los Angeles and still calls the region her home. A first-generation college graduate, she earned a Bachelors of Arts in Broadcast Journalism at Cal State Long Beach in 2008. That same year, she also joined the KPCC team.
Ramirez's favorite quick-getaway destination is Santa Barbara. (She loves that 72-degree-ocean-breeze weather!)
Stories by Bianca Ramirez
Chances are improving that we might get an El Niño weather pattern this winter, but that doesn't mean it will bring a lot of much-needed rain.
California DMV moves forward with immigrant driver's licenses, after feds approve design changes
The Santa Ana Wildfire Threat Index, announced Wednesday, will classify the fire threat potential of the notoriously hot, dry and strong "devil wind" so familiar to area residents.
Forecasters posted flash flood watches Wednesday for mountains and deserts from north of Los Angeles through inland counties to the east and south to the U.S.-Mexico border.
Prosecutors say the assessor signed his name on two of the petitions collected by his associate — falsely claiming he had collected and witnessed the signatures.
Assessor Webster Guillory was charged by the Orange County District Attorney with filing false nomination papers for the March 2014 primary election.
The aftermath from Monday's brief but heavy rains in areas of Nevada and Southern California could take days to clean up, officials say.
Los Angeles County prosecutors have filed more charges against two South Pasadena High School students in connection with an alleged plot to kill students and staff.
Orange County had planned to start spraying four sections of Santa Ana on Tuesday. Large numbers of mosquitoes there are infected with West Nile.
The deadly albino cobra that was loose in Thousand Oaks has been caught, according to a Los Angeles County spokesperson in a statement sent to KPCC.
The loose albino monocled cobra was last spotted near the 1300 block of Rancho Lane. The snake also bit a dog.
The city attorney sought the injunction claiming it violates Proposition D, a voter-approved measure that limits the number of medical marijuana dispensaries in L.A..
These spots are right next to the area where an 18-year old swimmer died last month after he got swept away by strong currents.
Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott said five of the injured were transported to local hospitals.
The parents of a Chinese USC graduate student who was beaten to death arrived in the U.S. and broke down in tears after seeing their son's body at a funeral home.