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

Mid-Columbia Libraries prepare to reopen in Phase 2

Police investigation into third recent fire at Pendleton apartment complex

Police say some of the fires appear to be intentionally set

Health officials concerned with rise in COVID-19 cases across WA

Officials say no counties will be moving forward in phases soon

Extension to 2020 Census allows more responses in Benton, Franklin counties

Results in under 3 days from COVID-19 testing site in Pasco

Fall fire danger in eastern Washington

The changing season doesn't mean fire season is over

Drive-thru flu shots offered in Richland

Pull up, call in and get a flu shot

Richland School Board discusses reopening plans next week

Students could be back in the classroom by mid-October

Wildfire relief donations to Red Cross matched by Gesa Credit Union

Less than 30 minutes of smoke exposure can cause health risks for children

Local pediatrician explains symptoms for smoke exposure

BFHD: Prolonged exposure to smoke could cause long-term damage

BFHD said prolonged exposure could cause damage

Online fundraiser helps local families affected by recent fires

WA food insecurity doubles during COVID-19 pandemic

Prosser students start classes as the city continues cleanup efforts

Pasco family donates around 2,000 masks

First week of school wraps up as WA students, teachers face many challenges

WA prison officials address COVID-19 concerns as families of inmates wait for more answers

Local therapeutic riding company slowly reopens during pandemic after severe flood damage

Company is searching for more volunteers

Tri-Cities barber donates free school supplies, haircuts to local families

Barbershop owner gives back

WA health professionals embrace telemedicine during pandemic

COVID-19 cases declining in Tri-Cities but not enough to reopen further

Cases still too high to move forward in WA reopening plan

Health help: US adults with mental illnesses double during the pandemic

CDC findings show more stressors during COVID-19 pandemic

Kennewick cosmetology school reopening after some students protest conditions

Tri-Cities officials seek federal help to gain control of Columbia River shorelines

The shoreline is currently controlled by the U.S. Corps of Engineers

Kennewick long-term care facility slowly opens to visitors

WIAA sticks with school sports plan despite new Inslee recommendations

WIAA releases modified sports plan

Most Pasco School District students will start classes online this fall

Classes will start remotely for the majority of students

WATCH LIVE: Pasco school board meeting to discuss reopening plans

Virtual meeting begins at 6:30 pm

Local hospital receives national recognition for second consecutive year

Kadlec Regional Medical Center recognized as top Central Washington hospital

What Washingtonians could be paying for despite statewide free COVID-19 tests

Additional costs could happen depending on where someone gets a test

USDA calls seeds sent from China to Washingtonians a "brushing scam"

US officials investigate unsolicited packages arriving from China

2 cases of COVID-19 force local Boys & Girls Clubs locations to close

Badger Mountain Club, Sacajawea Club closed through the beginning of August

Richland woman says caregiver almost gave her COVID-19

A Tri-Cities woman shares how she could have easily contracted the virus.

Access to COVID-19 testing in Hermiston for English, Spanish speaking patients

"Act as if you have COVID until we have a result," one Hermiston health official said.

Self-administered COVID-19 testing kits to be delivered Saturday in Hermiston

OSU researchers will go to homes in Hermiston to deliver test kits

Oregon State University expands coronavirus prevalence study to Hermiston

Inclusive salon reopens to Tri-Cities community

Wavelengths Salon reopens after being closed for 4 months

COVID-19 testing options: What's the difference?

Types of COVID-19 tests work differently and can have different results

Public streetery offers more seating to Walla Walla patrons

Local businesses can serve more customers with Plaza on First Ave.

Baseball organization for people with autism looks to establish league in Yakima