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
Maricopa County Records First Heat Death For 2021 Ron Dungan June 1, 2021
Wildfires Burn As AZ Temperatures Begin To Rise Ron Dungan June 1, 2021
Coronado National Forest Imposes Fire Restrictions Ron Dungan May 25, 2021
Mississippi River Water Idea Has Already Been Studied Ron Dungan May 24, 2021
AZ Lawmakers Float Idea Of Piping Water From The Mississippi Ron Dungan May 17, 2021
Game And Fish Seeks Public Comment On Fish Stocking Program Ron Dungan May 15, 2021
ASU's Cronkite School Hires New Dean Of Journalism Ron Dungan May 13, 2021
What You Need To Know About The Oak Flat Copper Mine Lauren Gilger, Ron Dungan May 13, 2021
The Beautiful, Confounding Springs Of The Grand Canyon Ron Dungan May 13, 2021
Tussock Fire 94% Contained Ron Dungan, Vaughan Jones May 11, 2021
Tussock Fire Burns In Crown King Area With No Containment Ron Dungan May 10, 2021
Portions Of Verde River To Close For Feral Cattle Removal Vaughan Jones, Ron Dungan May 9, 2021
Oak Flat Copper Mine Could Impact Valley Groundwater Supplies Ron Dungan May 10, 2021
Grand Canyon To Open North Rim For 2021 Season Ron Dungan May 6, 2021
Navajo Nation Sends Cloth Masks To India Ron Dungan May 5, 2021
NOAA Weather Data Tracks Heat Trend Over Last Decade Ron Dungan May 4, 2021
Chiricahua National Monument Named Dark Sky Park Ron Dungan May 5, 2021
Firefighters Get A Break At Bonito Rock Fire Ron Dungan April 29, 2021
Chaco Canyon's Fractured Landscape Holds Clues To Biden's Environmental Policy Ron Dungan April 27, 2021
Valley Nonprofit To Plant Trees, Commemorate COVID-19 Victims Ron Dungan April 21, 2021
State Has Lottery For New Licenses For Adult-Use Marijuana In Rural AZ Ron Dungan April 19, 2021
Navajo Nation OKs Solar Projects For Local Communities Ron Dungan April 15, 2021
U.S. House Committee Hears Testimony On Save Oak Flat Bill Ron Dungan April 14, 2021
Park Service: Mead Boat Ramps Could Be Hard To Access Ron Dungan April 13, 2021
Arizona Ranks 3rd Best In U.S. For Infrastructure Ron Dungan April 13, 2021