Jasmine Redus joined WHNT News 19 in December 2014 as a Production Assistant. She worked her way up from editor, to now producing the 6 am Morning News hour. Born and raised in Huntsville, she is a native of the Tennessee Valley.
Jasmine has a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication from The University of North Alabama. While in school, she worked for Good Day UNA as one of the show’s anchors. She was also a member of the National Broadcasting Society and the Xi Phi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.
In her spare time, Jasmine likes to spend time with family and friends. Her hobbies include finding recipes on Tasty’s Facebook page, going to concerts and traveling.
If you have any news tips, comments or questions, you can email her at email@example.com.
LOS ANGELES, Cal. — It’s a condition commonly recognized as ringing in the years and it affects 50 million Americans. Health professionals call it “Tinnitus”. For some people, it can be debilitating. CBS News’ Danielle Nottingham reports on how a new technology is helping alleviate the symptoms for those people. Nick Stein says he’s tried just about everything to relieve the ringing in his ears called Tinnitus. “I tried masking, including having to have a fan on when I went […]
(CNN) — Arizona teachers voted for a statewide walkout next week, escalating their push for higher pay and increased school funding. The Arizona Education Association announced Thursday night that its members voted to strike. Of the more than 57,000 votes tallied, 78% of school employees in the state were in favor of a walkout, association president Joe Thomas said. The walkout will start Thursday, April 26 to give parents time to prepare. “No one wants to see teachers strike. If […]
DECATUR, Ala. – One area hit hard during last night storms was the Hard Dock Marina on the Tennessee River. High winds ripped the awning off the building, sending metal flying across Highway 31. At least 15 boats were damaged. Just down the road on 6th Avenue, Saputo Dairy Foods lost part of its roof. Police and fire rescue had to shut down the road for about an hour to clean up the debris. Other streets around the River City […]
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Halloween is almost here and if you haven’t got your little ones a costume yet, no need to worry! Two Men and a Truck stopped by WHNT News 19 to help you make DIY box costumes with items that can be found around the home. Marketing and Communication Director Lindsey Maurel shared a few easy designs to make the holiday a breeze. Watch the video above to check out the fun options!
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Around 11:45 Wednesday night, Huntsville police attempted to make a traffic stop on University Drive near Meadow Drive. However, the driver of the vehicle kept going and a chase began. It went down Meadow Drive and ended minutes later at the intersection of Holmes Avenue and Lee Street. Police say the driver threw drugs out the window. Those drugs were recovered by officers. The driver is now facing numerous charges.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville police are investigating the murder of two women in Five Points. Around 9 p.m. Monday, emergency crews were called to the Five Points Mobile Home Park on Windham Street. They arrived to find 77-year-old Mary Blevins in her mobile home with a gun shot wound. Paramedics rushed her to Huntsville Hospital, where she later died. While investigating the shooting, officers were called to a one-car wreck on Greene Street. The driver was reported as being armed […]
PLANO, Texas (AP) – Authorities in North Texas say at least eight people are dead, including the suspect, after a shooting at a home in Plano. The shooting occurred Sunday night in the city less than 20 miles northeast of Dallas. Plano police spokesman David Tilley says police initially responded to a report of shots fired. When the first officer arrived and went inside the home, the officer confronted the suspected shooter. Tilley says the officer opened fire, killing the […]
(Associated Press) – According to the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Irma weakened to a Category 1 storm early Monday as it moved over the western Florida peninsula. Irma had sustained winds of 85 mph. The center also said, strong winds and flash flooding is still a major risk with the storm as it moves into North Florida and toward Georgia over the next 24 hours.
MADISON COUNTY, Ala. – Huntsville Utilities’ Electric Operations Crews are responding to multiple power outages affecting customers across Madison County. Areas affected in the Harvest and Monrovia area include, Ford Chapel Road south to Douglass Road, and from Wall Triana Highway east to Highway 53. You can also identify more areas on the power outage map at this link: https://www.hsvutil.org/outagemap/ Crews are trying to resolve the issue as soon as possible.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – A homeowner in Huntsville has to find a new place for her and her dog stay, at least temporarily. Her house, in the 1100 block of Rison Avenue, caught fire around 1:30 this morning. Firefighters found smoke coming from the home when they got there. The woman got out of the home on her own, but firefighters had to go inside to save her dog. It only took crews around 10 minutes to put out the flames. […]
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Just after midnight, Huntsville firefighters responded to the 2300 block of Clovis Road. When crews arrived, they could see smoke coming from the home. They were able to put the fire out in minutes. There was damage to one room and the flooring of the home, but two people were able to make it out safely. Firefighters say the flames started in the crawl space of the home, then spread to a wall. Authorities are still investigating.
A single winning Powerball ticket matching all six numbers has been sold in Massachusetts. The jackpot for Wednesday night’s drawing reached $758.7 million. Powerball officials did not immediately disclose the location where the winning ticket was sold. The lucky numbers for the second largest lottery prize in U.S. history were 6, 7, 16, 23 and 26, and the Powerball number was 4.