Bianca Ramirez Producer
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Bianca Ramirez is a 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
Judge David Cunningham claims the officers racially profiled him and used excessive force when they stopped him for not wearing a seat belt.
Board members are set to vote Tuesday night on whether to expel 11 students accused of hacking into computers to change their grades.
A driver died today Thursday after a tire from a pickup truck smashed into his windshield on the 210 Freeway in San Dimas.
The Los Angeles Police Department has secured funding for about 600 on-body cameras it hopes to deploy by the summer. The effort took far less time than expected.
Phil Everly and his brother, Don, rose to popularity during the 1950s and '60s and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Roger Rodas, who was driving at the time, lost control "for unknown reasons" leading to the fatal crash that killed the pair, according to the report.
Witnesses told reporters at the scene that the deputy's patrol car had no emergency lights or sirens operating at the time of the crash.
A University of California, Riverside employee who fell ill with bacterial meningitis remains hospitalized, but his condition is said to be improving.
The FBI arrested 13 members and associates of the MS-13 gang Tuesday as part of an investigation into the gang's alleged drug trafficking and extortion scheme activities.
The accident occurred near the Sherman Way exit in Van Nuys. Northbound lanes and all but two southbound lanes have been reopened.
A school science experiment went awry Tuesday at a high school in Watts, causing an explosion that injured several students.
LA84 Foundation introduced guidelines Monday that would favor youth football leagues that delay tackling until participants are at least 8.
An autopsy report on suspected Orange County serial killer Itzcoatl Ocampo has failed to determine the cause of his death.
It's been a project more than a decade in the making — a bronze statue of slain Salvadoran archbishop Oscar Romero is being unveiled Saturday at MacArthur Park.
NASA Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan spoke with KPCC about her job, the organization's future, and the tricky job of balancing the agency's budget and its priorities to expand human knowledge.