Jude Joffe-Block photoKJZZ Senior Field Correspondent Jude Joffe-Block caught the radio bug while assisting a radio reporter in Mexico, and has been happiest wearing headphones and pointing microphones ever since.

Joffe-Block began serving KJZZ in October 2010 as a Fronteras: Changing America Senior Field Correspondent based out of Las Vegas, Nevada. She joined the Phoenix newsroom in July 2012.

Before joining the Fronteras Desk, she contributed stories on immigration and criminal justice to KALW in San Francisco and multimedia content in both Spanish and English to the Associated Press in Mexico.

She is a graduate of U.C. Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism and Yale University, and was a Fulbright Scholar in Mexico.

Contact Jude Joffe-Block at 480-774-8238 or jblock@rioradio.org.


Title Publication Date
Arizona same-sex couples a step closer to receiving federal benefits June 26, 2013
FBI data show increases of crime in the West in 2012 June 04, 2013
Bill Montgomery responds to racial profiling ruling May 30, 2013
New Findings Released On Dual Language Learners May 23, 2013
Arizona abortion law struck down May 21, 2013
Maricopa Community College District Governing Board to vote on property tax levy May 21, 2013
Report sheds light on missing data in border security debate May 14, 2013
Demand for construction work comes back to the region May 13, 2013
Andrew Thomas files for governor's race April 26, 2013
Phoenix hoping to bring Mexican sculptor's work to town April 15, 2013
Phoenix mayor heads to Mexico City for trade mission April 10, 2013
Mexico's president nominates a new consul general for Phoenix April 05, 2013
Arizona judge rules 'pregnant man' can't divorce wife March 29, 2013
Civil rights advisory board hears testimony on SB 1070 March 27, 2013
Sheriff Arpaio breaks shoulder February 28, 2013
School turns to longer hours, virtual classes to boost diplomas February 26, 2013
Construction labor produces employment ripple effects February 22, 2013
Audits up, arrests down in worksite immigration enforcement February 07, 2013
Arizona one of last states to deny licenses to DACA immigrants February 04, 2013
Printmaking project pairs Native artists, ASU graduate students January 09, 2013
Arpaio to have armed volunteers patrol county schools January 09, 2013
Young immigrants in Michigan follow Arizona's lead, file lawsuit December 19, 2012
Electoral college vote brings finality to 2012 election December 17, 2012
DOJ civil rights case against Arpaio, county to go forward December 13, 2012
Prison hooch suspected in botulism outbreak November 26, 2012