Senior Field Correspondent Mónica Ortiz Uribe (Las Cruces) is a native of El Paso, Texas, where she recently worked as a freelance reporter. Her work has aired on NPR, Public Radio International and Radio Bilingue. Most of her stories examined the effects of drug-related violence across the border in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.

Previously, she worked as a reporter for the Waco Tribune Herald in Waco, Texas. She graduated from the University of Texas at El Paso with a degree in history.

Follow her on Twitter: @mortizuribe

Title Author Publication Date
US State Department Issues Latest Travel Warning For Mexico Mónica Ortiz Uribe April 15, 2015
New Mexico Expands Overweight Cargo Zone At Border Mónica Ortiz Uribe April 09, 2015
Agreement Reached By New Mexico Dairy Industry, Environmental Advocates Mónica Ortiz Uribe April 07, 2015
Rio Grande Trail Will Traverse The State Of New Mexico Mónica Ortiz Uribe April 02, 2015
Ciudad Juárez Banks On Singer Juan Gabriel's Star Power To Boost City's Image Mónica Ortiz Uribe March 30, 2015
New Mexico Dairy Farmers Aim To Protect Groundwater Mónica Ortiz Uribe March 26, 2015
Families Of Disappeared Mexican Students Visit U.S. Mónica Ortiz Uribe March 19, 2015
Immigration Links Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula With San Francisco Mónica Ortiz Uribe March 17, 2015
Juárez Activists March To Denounce Disappearance Of Women Mónica Ortiz Uribe March 09, 2015
Texas Recruiting Highway Patrol Officers To Southern Border Mónica Ortiz Uribe March 03, 2015
Immigrant Families Given Opportunity To Bond Out Of Detention Mónica Ortiz Uribe February 27, 2015
Authorities Say Migrant Girl Was Sexually Abused Prior To Suicide Mónica Ortiz Uribe February 26, 2015
Court Injunction Could Lead To Fewer Immigrant Family Detentions Mónica Ortiz Uribe February 25, 2015
Mexican Butterfly Enthusiast Uses Education To Promote Protection Of The Monarch Mónica Ortiz Uribe February 19, 2015
Avocado Orchards In Mexico Compete With Forest Land Mónica Ortiz Uribe February 18, 2015
Monarch Butterflies Migrate By The Millions To Central Mexico Mónica Ortiz Uribe February 17, 2015
Heinous Crime Remains Unsolved After 25 Years Mónica Ortiz Uribe February 10, 2015
Bill Banning Driver's Licenses For The Undocumented Advances In New Mexico Mónica Ortiz Uribe February 09, 2015
White House Touts Economic Benefits Of President's Immigration Reform Mónica Ortiz Uribe February 03, 2015
Deported Youth Feel Forgotten In Mexico Mónica Ortiz Uribe January 19, 2015
State Oil Inspectors In New Mexico Overwhelmed Mónica Ortiz Uribe January 08, 2015
In Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, An Annual Pilgrimage Ends The Christmas Season Mónica Ortiz Uribe January 07, 2015
New Mexico Lawmaker Faces Challenge In Strengthening Oil Regulation Mónica Ortiz Uribe January 07, 2015
New Mexico's Oil Regulators Have Limited Enforcement Tools Mónica Ortiz Uribe January 06, 2015
Oil And Gas Regulation In New Mexico Outdated Mónica Ortiz Uribe January 05, 2015