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
During "Operation Mountain Top," Gerges says agents confiscated 92 pounds of meth — and 50 kilograms of cocaine.
Twelve people face federal charges for a variety of crimes related to the sexual exploitation of children, according to a news release from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Tennis umpire Lois Goodman was accused of killing her husband with a coffee mug, but the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office dropped the charges. Read the full suit.
A Canadian utility has agreed to what may be the largest settlement with electricity sellers for overcharging California ratepayers during the state's energy crisis more than a decade ago.
A Southern California man who chased his dog onto a street was hit by a bus and died, along with his pet. The dog was chasing a ball late Wednesday morning.
A man whose Rottweiler dog was shot and killed by Hawthorne police pleaded not guilty Tuesday to multiple felony charges, including intimidating a witness.
Firefighters were battling the quickly growing "Silver Fire" between Banning and Idyllwild Wednesday afternoon, which has burned 5,000 acres so far.
Evacuations have been lifted for the communities of Decker Canyon and Lakeland Village, Cal Fire says. Residents of several communities can return home with CHP escort.
Sotelo wrote in Spanish that the accusations made by Beto Cortez were false. He said he is saddened that his longtime friend has gone to such lengths just to make a buck.
Glendora police narrowly avoided firing on the cast of a film set Wednesday after receiving "frantic" reports of an armed robbery.
Michael Taugher was found unresponsive in the water Saturday. Lifeguards, firefighters and paramedics tried to revive Taugher.
Five people have been infected with the West Nile virus, the first confirmed human cases in Los Angeles County for 2013, local health officials said Thursday. All are recovering.
Federal law-enforcement officials have arrested 255 people in a nationwide crackdown on internet child sex crimes, including 12 in Southern California.
A group of UC students who had been evacuated from Egypt due to the turmoil in the country is back in California Friday.
State lawmakers approved legislation on Wednesday that would allow California motorists to park at broken meters without fear of being ticketed.