Alisa Reznick

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Senior Field Correspondent - Tucson

Alisa Reznick is a senior field correspondent covering stories across southern Arizona and the borderlands for the Tucson bureau of KJZZ's Fronteras Desk.

Prior to joining KJZZ, she covered border and immigration at Arizona Public Media, where she was awarded a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for her coverage of Indigenous-led protests against border wall construction.

Reznick started her career working in bilingual newsrooms and as a freelance journalist in Amman, Jordan. Her reporting on migration, refugees and human rights has appeared on PRX’s The World, Al Jazeera and Nova PBS, among others. As a recipient of the International Labour Organization's FAIRWAY Reporting Fellowship, she spent six months reporting on labor migration issues across Arab States.

Originally from Flagstaff, she likes climbing, being outdoors and Pluto.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
This tiny Arizona city becomes first to pass Gaza ceasefire resolution Alisa Reznick March 7, 2024
Pima County's climate action plan includes greenhouse emission reduction projects countywide Alisa Reznick March 6, 2024
As the EPA narrows in on PFAS regulations, Tucson hopes for federal priority Alisa Reznick March 7, 2024
Kelly's bill streamlines help to clean up old mines Alisa Reznick March 5, 2024
Mexico's litigators say 2 gun-related causes could have broad legal implications Alisa Reznick March 6, 2024
Kelly, Sinema renew calls for federal migrant care funding, warning of Arizona street releases Alisa Reznick March 4, 2024
Federal money headed to Tucson to address PFAS, lead pipes and other water issues Alisa Reznick March 4, 2024
As funding runs out, Tucson could ask Border Patrol to drop migrants off at air force base Alisa Reznick Feb. 27, 2024
Number of Afghans in the U.S. has grown in the last decade. Some are still in limbo Alisa Reznick Feb. 27, 2024
Nonprofits, Mexican consulate to host citizenship resource fair in Nogales Alisa Reznick Feb. 26, 2024
Tucson court will decide if Mexico gun case can proceed Alisa Reznick Feb. 26, 2024
Mexico's suit against AZ gun shops heads to court this week Alisa Reznick Feb. 21, 2024
Pima County says migrant care costs $1 million a week. Losing federal funds means stopping services Alisa Reznick Feb. 21, 2024
Pima County officials warn asylum seeker program is being forced to an end as federal funding wanes Alisa Reznick Feb. 20, 2024
Sen. Kelly introduces bill to ramp up PFAS testing in private wells Alisa Reznick Feb. 20, 2024
Palestinians in U.S. temporarily safeguarded from deportation under new Biden order Alisa Reznick Feb. 15, 2024
Relief for Afghans in legal limbo could be part of Senate's military funding deal Alisa Reznick Feb. 14, 2024
Advocacy groups, mixed-status families ask Biden to open work permits to undocumented spouses Alisa Reznick Feb. 14, 2024
Tucson officials welcome plan to investigate, mitigate PFAS contamination Alisa Reznick Feb. 12, 2024
Arizona communities grapple with the cost of a green energy future — more mining Alisa Reznick Feb. 12, 2024
2 Tucson facilities part of Defense Department list for contamination remediation Alisa Reznick Feb. 8, 2024
Aid workers at border say they're dealing with more vigilante groups Alisa Reznick Feb. 7, 2024
House GOP members head to AZ; Senate immigration bill fails to advance Alisa Reznick Feb. 7, 2024
Conservation group confirms 2 jaguar sightings in southern Arizona mountains Alisa Reznick Feb. 6, 2024
Asylum officers' union says some changes proposed in Senate bill should not move forward Alisa Reznick Feb. 6, 2024

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