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
ACLU settlement brings aid, asylum track for migrants Alisa Reznick Oct. 17, 2023
Arizona Sheriffs Association: We need double current funds for border-related enforcement Alisa Reznick Oct. 13, 2023
No charges for agents who fatally shot unarmed Tohono O'odham man Alisa Reznick Oct. 12, 2023
Safford, La Paz County get $4.3 million to update water distribution system Alisa Reznick Oct. 10, 2023
More questions on missing animals in southern Arizona Alisa Reznick Oct. 10, 2023
Lawmakers, activists react to Biden's plans to build new border wall Alisa Reznick Oct. 10, 2023
Advocates renew calls for DACA safeguards Alisa Reznick Sept. 28, 2023
Ciscomani bill would make fleeing law enforcement a federal offense Alisa Reznick Sept. 28, 2023
United Nations visit will focus on 'excessive use of force' at U.S.-Mexico border Alisa Reznick Sept. 28, 2023
Trail cameras pick up 2 new images of a jaguar in southern Arizona Alisa Reznick Sept. 28, 2023
Communities say ports of entry need more support from AZ Alisa Reznick Sept. 26, 2023
Biden administration expands TPS for Afghans, Venezuelans already in the U.S. Alisa Reznick Sept. 26, 2023
Humanitarian parole is reuniting a Tucson family. It's also in the crosshairs of GOP ire Alisa Reznick Sept. 25, 2023
Federal funds to help ID human remains in AZ Alisa Reznick Sept. 19, 2023
UN: Border wall in AZ is hurting World Heritage site Alisa Reznick Sept. 18, 2023
He received DACA status at 24. 10 years later, ruling reminds him 'you don’t belong here' Alisa Reznick, Michel Marizco Sept. 15, 2023
House Democrats join calls for expedited work permits for immigrants Alisa Reznick Sept. 12, 2023
A tiny snail in Quitobaquito could soon get protection Alisa Reznick Sept. 12, 2023
Afghan evacuees will get a fast-tracked asylum process Alisa Reznick Sept. 11, 2023
Opioid treatment money headed for southern Arizona Alisa Reznick Sept. 11, 2023
Deaths along the Arizona border spiked as temperatures soared in July Alisa Reznick Sept. 2, 2023
Mexican grey wolf population has dwindled drastically across the border Alisa Reznick Sept. 2, 2023
Mayes: Processing delays are blocking work visas Alisa Reznick Aug. 31, 2023
300 animals in 3 days: Overcrowded Pima County animal shelter seeks adopters, fosters Alisa Reznick Aug. 30, 2023
Humanitarian parole program continues for now Alisa Reznick Aug. 29, 2023

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