Jasmine Lotts was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri where she found her passion for journalism. She decided to follow her dreams by studying broadcast journalism at the University of Missouri. While at school, Jasmine was a reporter for KOMU 8 News and covered stories across mid-Missouri.
During her free time, she likes to take road trips, work out, and talk with her family and friends. Although Jasmine is new to the coast, she’s excited to connect with the community of South Mississippi.
Even though city officials said that they aren’t too sure of how many people are visiting the Gulf Coast this weekend after Black Beach Weekend announced events would be moved to August, they said that they are prepared for what’s to come.
In less than three days, Moss Point residents will narrow down their list of mayoral candidates who are hoping to run the city. Due to a tumultuous year Moss Point has endured, some candidates said this is a crucial election for the future direction of the city.
By the middle of Wednesday afternoon, it was hard to find a parking spot at the Isaiah Fredericks Community Center. The center teamed up with Memorial Hospital to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine to community members.