Jasmin Caldwell is a Texas Today anchor who spent half a decade working at KCEN.
Prior to becoming a morning anchor, Jasmin was the weekend evening anchor and weekday reporter.
While reporting, Jasmin provided extensive compelling coverage of the murder of Army solider Vanessa Guillen. Guillen disappeared off Fort Hood, unleashing a months-long search, rallies and calls for change at the Central Texas military post.
Jasmin was the first to break the news that skeletal remains found in a Killeen neighborhood were the body of her missing Fort Hood soldier Gregory Morales. Morales was classified as AWOL but had been dead in a field for 11 months.
Jasmin provided wall-to wall funeral coverage of President George H. W. Bush as Texas A&M University prepared to bury the president at his museum and library on campus.
And she helped uncover the hidden story of Bull Hill Cemetery, which was used as a burial site for Texas slaves dating back to 1849.
Jasmin’s in-depth reporting landed her appearances on Dateline, Nancy Grace, Investigation Discovery Network and Daily Blast Live.
Jasmin graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Jasmin is an avid shopper, loves the socialize, and has a strong passion for community service. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.