Michel Marizco

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Fronteras Desk Senior Editor

Fronteras Desk Senior Editor Michel Marizco is an award-winning investigative reporter. His reporting from the U.S.-Mexico border has revealed government wrongdoings and led to lengthy prison sentences for predators targeting vulnerable populations in southern Arizona.

He leads a diverse team of reporters who work in the vast and remote Navajo Nation, in quiet immigrant communities in Phoenix and along the Mexican border.

Their work focuses on the enterprising efforts in these regions to bring them into the 21st century’s global marketplace; the cultures, curiosities and tensions as these places change; and on those weird, wild stories that make the U.S.-Mexico border such an inherently fascinating region.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Navajo president: Regalia at graduations is protected after N.M. incident Michel Marizco May 20, 2024
NAU Diné program gives K-12 teachers traditional lessons Michel Marizco May 20, 2024
Grand Canyon's North Rim reopens for the season Michel Marizco May 15, 2024
Prescribed burns on Flagstaff's west side continue Michel Marizco May 13, 2024
Forest thinning underway on the San Francisco Peaks Michel Marizco May 12, 2024
U.S. Border Patrol agent indicted on federal child pornography charges Michel Marizco May 10, 2024
Flagstaff rejects taking sides in conflict between Israel and Hamas Michel Marizco May 9, 2024
Page motel is now apartments for homeless residents Michel Marizco May 8, 2024
Northeastern Arizona under red flag warning Michel Marizco May 7, 2024
Prescribed burns will treat about 15,000 acres in Coconino National Forest Michel Marizco May 6, 2024
New study warns Arizona uranium mine could put water at risk, but state officials say it's unlikely Michel Marizco May 2, 2024
Navajo government asks Biden to stop uranium transport Michel Marizco April 30, 2024
Tribe asks 9th Circuit Court to revisit Oak Flat case Michel Marizco April 29, 2024
Tribes who helped create new national monument near Grand Canyon want to help manage it Michel Marizco April 25, 2024
Uranium transport through northern Arizona is about to begin. Why some are concerned Michel Marizco April 23, 2024
Navajo president wants safeguards for mined uranium transported across Navajo Nation Michel Marizco April 17, 2024
EPA sets new drinking water standards to reduce 'forever chemical' PFAS Michel Marizco April 10, 2024
Tucson City Council joins cities considering Gaza ceasefire resolution Michel Marizco April 8, 2024
Unprecedented fossil discovered at Grand Canyon Michel Marizco April 5, 2024
Phoenix temps to drop, rain and snow in Flagstaff Sky Schaudt, Michel Marizco April 4, 2024
Migration habitat loss may not be causing monarch butterfly decline, new study suggests Michel Marizco April 4, 2024
Flagstaff council approves $3.3M for affordable housing Michel Marizco April 3, 2024
U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva diagnosed with cancer Michel Marizco April 2, 2024
County shores up funding for forest restoration in Flagstaff, Williams Michel Marizco March 27, 2024
Coconino Forest ancient village renamed Elden Pueblo Heritage Site Michel Marizco March 26, 2024

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