Ron Dungan

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Senior Field Correspondent

Ron Dungan has lived in Arizona for more than 35 years. He has worked as a reporter, construction worker, copy editor, designer and freelance writer. He's a graduate of the University of Iowa, where he was a member of the undergraduate Writers’ Workshop, and has a master’s in history from Arizona State University.

Dungan was an outdoors reporter and member of the storyteller team at the Arizona Republic, where he won several awards, and was a contributor on a border project that won the 2018 Pulitzer for explanatory reporting.

When not working, Dungan enjoys books, gardening, hanging out with his German shorthaired pointer, backpacking and fly-fishing. He's a fan of the Arizona Cardinals and Iowa Hawkeyes.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
9th U.S. Circuit Court rules against Arizona's Rosemont copper mine Ron Dungan May 12, 2022
House asks DOJ to investigate southern AZ development deal Ron Dungan May 11, 2022
Nonprofit ranked the conservation records of Western states. AZ is near the bottom Ron Dungan May 11, 2022
Human remains surface as Lake Mead levels fall Ron Dungan May 10, 2022
The Mining Act of 1872 is 150 years old. Grijalva says it's time for an update Ron Dungan May 10, 2022
Another boat launch is closing at Lake Mead Ron Dungan May 9, 2022
Work continues to reopen U.S. 60 westbound lanes Vaughan Jones, Ron Dungan, Greg Hahne, Matthew Casey, Nick Sanchez, Jill Ryan May 9, 2022
Experts: AZ needs to do more to secure its water future Ron Dungan May 6, 2022
Bureau of Land Management issuing fire restrictions for much of AZ Ron Dungan May 4, 2022
Nonprofit, New Yorker document damage caused by border wall Ron Dungan May 4, 2022
Grand Canyon National Park North Rim to reopen May 15 Ron Dungan May 3, 2022
Jan. 6 congressional panel asks AZ Congressman Biggs to testify Ron Dungan May 2, 2022
Citing concerns about national monuments, conservationists file suit over I-11 Ron Dungan May 2, 2022
SRP explores cleaner options for a coal power plant Ron Dungan April 27, 2022
Rural Arizona groundwater bill languishes in the Legislature Ron Dungan April 26, 2022
Flagstaff man pleads guilty to guiding Grand Canyon trips without permit Ron Dungan April 26, 2022
Al Gore optimistic on climate change in ASU virtual talk Ron Dungan April 21, 2022
As northern reservoirs drop, central AZ reservoirs are 72% full Ron Dungan April 20, 2022
Ruling shows environmental justice may be moving to the mainstream Ron Dungan April 13, 2022
Arizona Corporation Commission votes against gas-powered plant expansion Ron Dungan April 12, 2022
Program brings electricity to 20 Navajo households Ron Dungan April 11, 2022
Conservationists say Utah uranium mill has gotten worse Ron Dungan April 11, 2022
Renewable energy candidates do well in SRP election Ron Dungan April 6, 2022
Judge rules against Army, Fish and Wildlife in San Pedro River case Ron Dungan April 6, 2022
Havasupai Tribe asks Biden for support on Pinyon Plain Mine issue Ron Dungan April 5, 2022

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