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
A 1-month old Northern California boy who authorities say was kidnapped has been recovered, and his father has been arrested by Mexican authorities.
The first of four public meetings around the country on the president's College Affordability Initiative will be streamed live from Cal State Dominguez Hills.
The city has put on its Halloween Costume Carnaval for 26 years, and the free event has seen nearly 500,000 people over the years.
A black bear that wandered into a Granada Hills neighborhood managed to elude wardens trying to capture him earlier Tuesday, but was eventually caught.
The large-scale free clinic returns for a third consecutive year to provide medical services to uninsured and underserved people in LA County.
The Simi Valley accident sent fireworks and debris into a crowd of spectators, injuring 28 people. Video footage showed people screaming and running for cover.
This week, USC professor Arieh Warshel was one of three scientists awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry. Here are 10 facts you probably don't know about California's laureates.
Smoke could be seen rising from the vault and rescue workers were waiting for Edison to turn off power to the vault before entering.
California could join Japan, Mexico and other earthquake-prone countries that alert residents to the approach of powerful shaking under a bill awaiting approval from Gov. Jerry Brown.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement has launched a smartphone app to track sexual predators. The public can also report suspected predators.
Assemblyman Mike Gatto has authored three bills on the way to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk. One would free up carpool lanes to all commuters during non-peak hours.
The Pasadena City Council has approved the city's first Armenian genocide monument. It will be built at Memorial Park.
Homicide and arson detectives have been called to the scene of a small brush fire where a body has been found in the same area of a search for a missing college student.
An explosion shook a home improvement store Wednesday morning in Santa Ana. It happened at 9 a.m. at Orchard Supply Hardware. No one was injured.
The search continued Tuesday for a missing 19-year old college student who was traveling from northern California to visit his family in Laguna Niguel.