Murphy Woodhouse

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Senior Field Correspondent - Hermosillo

Born and raised in the Intermountain West, Murphy Woodhouse has called southern Arizona home for most of the last decade. He’s one of two field correspondents at KJZZ’s Hermosillo bureau, where his reporting focuses on the trade relationship between Arizona, Sonora and the rest of Mexico.

Before joining the station, Murphy was a reporter at the Arizona Daily Star and the Nogales International. Prior to his reporting career, he completed a master’s degree at the University of Arizona’s Center for Latin American Studies and did three wildfire seasons with the Snake River Hotshots. He’s a proud graduate of the University of Montana’s School of Journalism.

When he’s not reporting, Murphy is often out in the woods running or riding singletrack, or swinging in a hammock with a book.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
As reservoir levels continue to fall, Sonoran capital feels water pinch Murphy Woodhouse May 24, 2022
AMLO acknowledges ensuring water access for Comcaac Nation ‘not easy’ Murphy Woodhouse May 23, 2022
Sonora signs on to health care federalization plan Murphy Woodhouse May 23, 2022
Despite spat over summit, AMLO says U.S. relationship isn't at risk Murphy Woodhouse May 17, 2022
Experts: Sonora’s reservoir system at ‘crisis’ levels of storage Murphy Woodhouse May 17, 2022
Mexico to spend $1.2 billion on teacher raises Murphy Woodhouse May 16, 2022
Construction underway on Rocky Point solar plant Murphy Woodhouse May 16, 2022
Sonora could be on track for another below average monsoon season Murphy Woodhouse May 16, 2022
More killings leave Mexican journalists disheartened Murphy Woodhouse May 10, 2022
Sonoran cattle exports expected to drop significantly Murphy Woodhouse May 9, 2022
During Cuba visit, Mexico’s president secures youth vaccines Murphy Woodhouse May 9, 2022
Violence vs. Mexico journalists on track for historically terrible year Murphy Woodhouse May 6, 2022
Sonoran authorities hope new app helps in identification of human remains Murphy Woodhouse May 9, 2022
AMLO hopes to work with other countries on lithium development Murphy Woodhouse May 3, 2022
Sonoran restaurants hoping for relaxation of pandemic measures Murphy Woodhouse May 3, 2022
Hermosillo neighborhood hopes to win Pueblo Magico recognition Murphy Woodhouse May 2, 2022
Border startup incubator event will be the 1st in person since pandemic Murphy Woodhouse April 29, 2022
Hundreds of feet in the air, Sonoran highliners face their fears — and find balance Murphy Woodhouse April 29, 2022
Children 12 and up soon to be eligible for COVID vaccine in Mexico Murphy Woodhouse April 26, 2022
Trump says Mexico officials folded to his demands; they dispute this Murphy Woodhouse April 26, 2022
Recent data shows modest drop in Sonoran murders Murphy Woodhouse April 25, 2022
Largest-recorded fire in Sonora’s Sierra de Alamos now 95% controlled Murphy Woodhouse April 25, 2022
$2.1 billion natural gas facility planned in Guaymas, Sonora Murphy Woodhouse April 22, 2022
Mexico’s lower house approves lithium nationalization Murphy Woodhouse April 19, 2022
Major fire burning in mountains near Sonora’s colonial Alamos Murphy Woodhouse April 19, 2022

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