Jasmine Lotts

Jasmine Lotts

Multimedia Journalist

Biloxi, MS

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.


Recent Articles by Jasmine

Developers make plans for more housing in downtown Biloxi

  Biloxi honors Make-A-Wish with proclamation of World Wish Day

Waste Management truck, motorcycle collide in Harrison County

  Slap Ya Momma’s BBQ restaurant back open after Hurricane Zeta damage

  Shepard State Park hosts early Earth Day celebration

  Texas family rescued from D’Iberville house surrounded by rising water

  Vancleave father wants radar on roads after daughter almost dies in accident

  Moss Point resident concerned about sewage flooding issues

East Biloxi Church hosts COVID-19 vaccination event

Pascagoula business owner cleaning up damage from severe weather

  Spring Break events already kicking off on Gulf Coast

  Biloxi prepares for increased traffic during spring break weekend

  St. Michael Catholic Church hosts annual Easter egg hunt

  Moss Point mayoral candidates make final campaign events before primary election

  Magnolia Park Elementary creates butterfly garden to honor late teacher

  Isaiah Fredericks Community Center partners with Memorial Hospital for vaccine distribution

  Visitors, residents enjoy last day of Spring Arts Festival in Ocean Springs

  Gulfport’s Venture Church hosts food drive for families in need

  Gulfport’s Mississippi Aquarium releases sea turtles back into the wild after rehabilitation

  Family of 14-year-old teen demanding answers following shooting death in Waveland

  Ocean Springs resident demands solutions from the city for drainage issues

  Large turnout for Waveland St. Patrick’s Day parade after being canceled last year

Lt. Boutte’s Memorial Benefit brings in large crowd

Mississippi Coast Model Railroad Museum has grand opening for South Station

North Gulfport Middle School graduate starts athletic scholarship

  Gulfport High School reacts to new CDC guidelines for schools

WAITR adds QR codes to selected restaurants in Edgewater Mall

Senior living facility hosts St. Patrick Day fundraiser for Alzheimer’s disease

Nurses renew nursing oath at Memorial Hospital in Gulfport

  Family members of D’Ante Washington hold memorial service