Rocio Hernandez

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Senior Field Correspondent

Rocio Hernandez is a senior field correspondent who was raised in the Las Vegas valley. She temporarily left the desert to work as the first bilingual reporter at KUER in Salt Lake City, Utah. There she covered immigration and education stories. Prior to KUER, Hernandez worked at the Associated Press’s office in Phoenix and has also interned for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Reno Public Radio (KUNR) and the East Bay Times. 

Hernandez fell in love with audio storytelling after participating in an NPR's “Next Gen Radio” training as a student at the University of Nevada, Reno.

In her spare time, Hernandez enjoys cuddling with her two poodles, sipping margaritas and spending time with her husband.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
2021's Small Business Saturday expected to be better than last year's Rocio Hernandez Nov. 27, 2021
Pandemic may make holiday season harder for some older adults Rocio Hernandez Nov. 26, 2021
Grant will boost child welfare services in Mohave County Rocio Hernandez Nov. 29, 2021
New program will give unvaccinated students quarantine alternative Rocio Hernandez Nov. 22, 2021
ABOR report highlights issues with AZ college enrollment, completion Rocio Hernandez Nov. 18, 2021
Quarantine needs lead Tolleson Elementary District to require masks Rocio Hernandez Nov. 18, 2021
Most charges dropped in ASU multicultural center incident Rocio Hernandez Nov. 16, 2021
Kyrene District plans to end mask requirement by January Rocio Hernandez Nov. 16, 2021
Scottsdale's school district president is voted out, but he's still on the board Rocio Hernandez Nov. 16, 2021
About 3/4 of UA employees have submitted COVID-19 vaccination proof Rocio Hernandez Nov. 15, 2021
MCCCD Black, Hispanic students to get scholarships through new grant Rocio Hernandez Nov. 15, 2021
The Arizona kids getting vaccinated are looking forward to eating out, parties and feeling safe Rocio Hernandez Nov. 12, 2021
Ducey using $2.25M in federal funds to support kids Rocio Hernandez Nov. 9, 2021
Schools want carpools and buses with Wi-Fi Rocio Hernandez Nov. 9, 2021
MCCCD to comply with federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate Rocio Hernandez Nov. 9, 2021
ASU group of faculty, staff sends letter of support for students of color involved in viral video Rocio Hernandez Nov. 5, 2021
Phoenix Union: More than 80% of staff are vaccinated against COVID-19 Rocio Hernandez Nov. 5, 2021
AZ Supreme Court affirms mask mandate ban unconstitutional Rocio Hernandez
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Nov. 2, 2021
Advocates ask for COVID-19 funds to help students from low-income families Rocio Hernandez Oct. 26, 2021
Teacher Residency aims to recruit new, diverse educators Rocio Hernandez Oct. 26, 2021
Tucson group celebrates 12 years of supporting undocumented youth Rocio Hernandez Oct. 25, 2021
New GCU program gives people with disabilities a taste of college Rocio Hernandez Oct. 20, 2021
Rio Salado College, West-MEC team up on GED classes Rocio Hernandez Oct. 18, 2021
UA complying with federal order requiring COVID-19 vaccines for workers Rocio Hernandez Oct. 18, 2021
Ducey: 2 districts ineligible for 1st round of grant funds Rocio Hernandez Oct. 14, 2021

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