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
Meeting Thursday to discuss Flagstaff flood damage Michel Marizco Aug. 2, 2022
Bipartisan wildfire and drought bill package passes U.S. House Michel Marizco July 29, 2022
Flagstaff to receive $2.4M in U.S. funds for flood mitigation Michel Marizco July 28, 2022
Flagstaff issues new shelter in place order Michel Marizco July 27, 2022
Flagstaff mayor declares state of emergency Michel Marizco July 27, 2022
Homes at risk in Flagstaff as a wet monsoon falls on burn scars Michel Marizco July 26, 2022
Study of Schultz Fire suggests cost from newest fires will grow for years Michel Marizco July 21, 2022
Plea deal struck in Pipeline Fire area arrest Michel Marizco July 13, 2022
Residents warned of damaging floods in Flagstaff area Michel Marizco July 12, 2022
Navajo president: High vaccine rates keep uncontrolled spread of COVID from turning lethal Michel Marizco July 7, 2022
Flagstaff neighborhoods brace for flooding, lost watersheds on San Francisco Peaks Michel Marizco June 23, 2022
Interior Secretary Haaland tells Senate committee it's time to heal from the nation's dark past Michel Marizco June 21, 2022
Man accused of starting Pipeline Fire released Michel Marizco, Jill Ryan, Phil Latzman
Associated Press
June 12, 2022
Arizona's Havasupai push back as world interest in uranium grows Michel Marizco May 19, 2022
U.S. report on Indigenous boarding schools finds at least 500 child deaths Jill Ryan, Michel Marizco
Associated Press
May 11, 2022
Havasupai Tribe suspends 2022 tourism Michel Marizco May 6, 2022
Events planned around day of awareness for missing Native American women Michel Marizco May 3, 2022
Assessment of burn scar in Tunnel Fire area is underway Michel Marizco May 2, 2022
Uranium mine near Grand Canyon gets OK despite pushback Michel Marizco May 2, 2022
Stage 1 fire restrictions start May 5 in AZ national forests Michel Marizco, Christina Estes April 29, 2022
Southwest reaches high-level wildfire preparedness early Michel Marizco April 27, 2022
Sunset Crater monument burned, but not burned down Michel Marizco April 19, 2022
Fires explode across northern AZ as winds top 50 mph Michel Marizco April 19, 2022
Weather means 'extreme fire danger' for Crooks site Michel Marizco, Nick Sanchez April 19, 2022
Prescribed burns halted in northern AZ as winds expected to pick up Michel Marizco April 18, 2022

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