Jamison Keefover

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Jamison Keefover joined KAPP/KVEW in October 2018.

She is originally from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She stayed close to home to attend Oklahoma City University and studied Broadcast Journalism. She competed as an international debater and got to travel worldwide representing her university.

Before graduating from college in May 2018, Jamison interned for KOKH Fox 25 and assisted with nightly newscasts. She also interned for a local magazine, worked for her university’s television studio, and worked on several feature and short films. Her most notable internship was in San Francisco, California where she helped develop questions for the 2016 Vice Presidential Debate.

Making the lengthy jump to Washington state, Jamison has started her professional career as a nightly producer and weekend reporter. She is excited to travel throughout the Pacific Northwest and learn from the people of Washington and Oregon.

Articles

Fireworks for a cause: get free delivery or curbside pickup in Tri-Cities

Oxford House Inc. fundraising through a fireworks stand in Pasco

Police in Walla Walla County encourage masks without citations

Law enforcement says to follow the state mandate without being fined

A windy end to June with more winds, rain as July begins

Wind, rain throughout the region before Independence Day

The northwest ends June with mild temps, heavier winds

Financial relief for agriculture industry excludes WA apple growers

Lawmakers, industry leaders ask for reconsideration from USDA

Tri-Cities expected to hit 100 degrees this week: How you can beat the heat

Safety tips and energy tricks to cool down in June

Dreamers, lawmakers in the northwest react to US Supreme Court DACA ruling

Warmer weather, clear skies to end the work week

Jamison Keefover filling in for Jason Valentine

Northwest lawmakers comment on DACA ruling from U.S. Supreme Court

Several political leaders release statements about the decision

Online park activities to get kids outdoors

Through the Pop-up Play Days kids can learn about history and nature

Preparing for summer involves mosquito prevention

How property owners can get 'mosquito fish' in thier ponds to limit insect populations

Sudden spike in COVID-19 cases in eastern Washington

State concerned about increased cases in Benton, Franklin, Yakima and Spokane Counties

WSU graduate donates first paycheck to scholarship program that helped him through college

Library services look different in Hermiston as Umatilla County begins reopening

Hermiston Public Library offers bins for returned books

Tattoo artists impacted by pandemic, some question industry restrictions

Tri-Cities tattoo shops wait for Phase 2 to reopen

Rep. Matt Shea will not appear on November election ballot

Armed robbery caught on camera in Cle Elum, police search for suspect

The suspect got away with an unknown amount of cash

WSP investigates 70 collisions in eastern Washington due to snowy conditions

Overnight snow in eastern Washington caused dozens of crashes on roadways

Suspects on the run for armed robbery at Baymont Inn in Kennewick

Three people robbed the location early Saturday morning

Customers line up in the snow to shop at Costco in Kennewick

A line wraps around the store

Ben Franklin Transit takes extra measures to keep riders, staff safe from COVID-19

New cleaning procedures and facility closures in place to combat the virus

Local history museum raising funds to make space for irreplaceable artifacts

Franklin County Historical Museum holds fundraiser for new building

Person hit, killed on US 395 in Kennewick

Washington State Patrol investigating fatal crash

Police search for possibly armed suspect in Benton County

Man wanted by local authorities

Man surrenders to Kennewick Police after three-hour armed standoff

Police are responding to a home near Conway and 33rd Place.

Washington apple license plate could help send students to college

The specialty plate proceeds to go toward Washington Apple Education Foundation

Nominations still open for CWU President's Diversity Awards

Awarding outstanding individuals or groups who make a difference on campus and in the community

Pasco City Council votes against controversial land sale for nonprofit housing facility

Community members signed petition against the potential Catholic Charities facility for people experiencing homelessness

Kennewick officers investigate 33 crashes in 2 hours; WSP responds to 60 in 4 hours

Local nonprofit experiences negative impacts of minimum wage increase

"Nonprofits are being squeezed, but demand for their services isn't going away."

New Richland business impacted by minimum wage increase still has big plans in store

Owner says he didn't think about the changing law before opening

Health goals in 2020 made easier by Kennewick fitness center

Kia Ora Fitness allows workouts anywhere

People under 21 can quit tobacco with free resources from the Washington Department of Health

Uninsured and under-insured Washingtonians can receive 8-week nicotine replacement therapy kits while supplies last

Father travels through storm of tumbleweeds on SR 240 with son

The father and son could only laugh and keep driving as the winds blew dozens of tumbleweeds into the roadway

Tri-Cities floral shop plans for impact of statewide minimum wage increase

Just Roses Flowers & More will see approximately $10,000 immediate effect from new state law

WWPD officer retires after more than 20 years of service

Officer Mike Burnett served the department since 1999

911 outage in parts of Franklin County

Franklin County Sheriff's Office announces service trouble on Thursday

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