Michel Marizco

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, along the Mexican border, and in the colorful and vivacious Mexico City.

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
White House Officials Visit Border, But What's The Plan? Michel Marizco Jul. 7, 2011
Was ATF's Fast And Furious Operation Approved By Other Agencies? Michel Marizco Jun. 23, 2011
Sheriff: Arizona's Monument Fire Started By Illegal Migrants Or Smugglers Michel Marizco Jun. 23, 2011
Family Of Slain Border Patrol Agent Seeks To Sue United States Michel Marizco Jun. 21, 2011
Congress: ATF Hiding Evidence In "Fast & Furious" Gun Running Investigations Michel Marizco Jun. 17, 2011
Horses, Dogs And Other Animals In Danger From Arizona Fires Michel Marizco Jun. 16, 2011
Developing Technology To Catch Crooks At Ports Of Entry Michel Marizco Jun. 8, 2011
Government's Virtual Border Fence Project Under Audit Michel Marizco Jun. 1, 2011
Government Opens Border Wildlife Refuge To Motorcycles, ATVs Michel Marizco Jun. 1, 2011
Malverde: Mexico's Drug Trafficking Saint Michel Marizco May. 26, 2011
How Drug Cartels Move Cash Across The U.S.-Mexico Border Michel Marizco May. 23, 2011
Arizona Separatists Begin Petition Drive Michel Marizco May. 6, 2011
Judge Sentences Serial Border Crosser To 7 Years Michel Marizco May. 4, 2011
Mexico's Hidden Drug War Michel Marizco May. 3, 2011
Business Owners in Rocky Point, Mexico, React to Travel Warning Michel Marizco Apr. 29, 2011
State Dept. Issues Wide Travel Warning for Mexico Michel Marizco Apr. 22, 2011
Feds Arrest Owners Of 15 Restaurants On Immigration, Tax Crimes Michel Marizco Apr. 21, 2011
Wikileaks Cables Show U.S. Had Little Idea How Many Weapons Were Being Trafficked into Mexico Michel Marizco Apr. 21, 2011
State Department's Travel Warning Quietly Disappears Michel Marizco Apr. 14, 2011
Sinaloa Cartel Offers Legal Challenge To U.S. Michel Marizco Apr. 7, 2011
To Repair An Old Mission, Sometimes The Old Ways Are The Best Michel Marizco Apr. 5, 2011
Sensing Change: An Arizona Mining Town Hangs On To Its Past Michel Marizco Mar. 29, 2011
McCain, Arizona Republicans: First Border Security, Not Immigration Reform Michel Marizco Mar. 25, 2011
3 Accused of Trying To Buy Stinger Missiles, Anti-Tank Weapons For Sinaloa Cartel Michel Marizco Mar. 23, 2011
Mexican Cartels Upgrade To Heavy Caliber Rifles From The U.S. Michel Marizco Mar. 14, 2011

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