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
U.S. proposes expanded solar plan to include more states in the West Michel Marizco Jan. 17, 2024
Should Pluto become AZ's official planet? This lawmaker says yes Michel Marizco Jan. 16, 2024
Coconino County planning a behavioral space for youth Michel Marizco Jan. 16, 2024
Nygren warns of uranium transports through Navajo land Michel Marizco Jan. 15, 2024
Sedona's Bell Rock is vandalized with carving Michel Marizco Jan. 13, 2024
2 meetings this week on proposed Arizona forests land exchange with Yavapai-Apache Nation Michel Marizco Jan. 16, 2024
Sedona moving forward with plan to allow homeless area workers a safe place to park Michel Marizco Jan. 11, 2024
Hopi artist shares winter lore connected to the stars Michel Marizco Jan. 8, 2024
1st snow in northern Arizona briefly shuts I-40, bigger storm forecast for Sunday Michel Marizco Jan. 4, 2024
Winter weather advisory hits Arizona high country Michel Marizco Jan. 2, 2024
Grand Canyon officials warn residents not to poison rodents after bobcat death Michel Marizco Jan. 2, 2024
Snowmaking is keeping Arizona Snowbowl open so far Michel Marizco Jan. 2, 2024
Navajo activist Klee Benally dies at 48 Michel Marizco
Associated Press
Jan. 1, 2024
Flagstaff's minimum wage is now $17.40 Michel Marizco Jan. 1, 2024
Roads in Coconino National Forest closed for maintenance Michel Marizco Jan. 1, 2024
In Coconino County, wildfires and subsequent flooding remain the biggest threat Michel Marizco Dec. 18, 2023
Forest Service wants to protect Upper Verde River Michel Marizco Dec. 14, 2023
Sedona program pays up to $10,000 to rent locally Michel Marizco Dec. 13, 2023
AZ tribes intervene against lawsuit seeking to restrict ballot drop boxes Michel Marizco Dec. 11, 2023
Flagstaff to suspend school bus routes Michel Marizco Dec. 11, 2023
Flagstaff, Forest Service pause repair to waterline damaged after Pipeline Fire Michel Marizco Dec. 6, 2023
$24M road project to reduce crashes with animals Michel Marizco Dec. 5, 2023
BLM ends 'cyanide bomb' coyote kill program Michel Marizco Dec. 4, 2023
Inmate stabbed Derek Chauvin 22 times, prosecutors say Michel Marizco
Associated Press
Dec. 1, 2023
Tribal police officer arrested in connection to a hit-and-run accident Michel Marizco Nov. 28, 2023

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