Alisa Reznick

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Senior Field Correspondent - Tucson

Alisa Reznick is a senior field correspondent covering stories across southern Arizona and the borderlands for the Tucson bureau of KJZZ's Fronteras Desk.

Prior to joining KJZZ, she covered border and immigration at Arizona Public Media, where she was awarded a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for her coverage of Indigenous-led protests against border wall construction.

Reznick started her career working in bilingual newsrooms and as a freelance journalist in Amman, Jordan. Her reporting on migration, refugees and human rights has appeared on PRX’s The World, Al Jazeera and Nova PBS, among others. As a recipient of the International Labour Organization's FAIRWAY Reporting Fellowship, she spent six months reporting on labor migration issues across Arab States.

Originally from Flagstaff, she likes climbing, being outdoors and Pluto.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Homeland Security issues its long-awaited rule change on DACA Alisa Reznick Aug. 24, 2022
The story of one migrant’s death in the Arizona borderlands — and the complicated effort to find him Alisa Reznick Aug. 25, 2022
N.M. Customs and Border officer indicted on civil rights violations Alisa Reznick Aug. 23, 2022
Authorities find body of Tucson hiker in Zion flooding Alisa Reznick Aug. 23, 2022
Tucson gears up for expected heavy rain with sandbag distribution Alisa Reznick Aug. 19, 2022
Border Patrol 'shadow units' under new scrutiny Alisa Reznick Aug. 18, 2022
Town hall in Tucson outlines plans to address future water issues Alisa Reznick Aug. 17, 2022
Mexican national pleads guilty to bribing former Border Patrol agent in smuggling scheme Alisa Reznick Aug. 15, 2022
A year after the fall of Kabul, advocates call for permanent solutions for Afghan women soldiers Alisa Reznick Aug. 15, 2022
Legislation could give Afghan evacuees a pathway to citizenship Alisa Reznick Aug. 10, 2022
More questions arise for the future of 'Remain in Mexico' program Alisa Reznick Aug. 10, 2022
Ex-Border Patrol agent won't stand trial until 2023 Alisa Reznick Aug. 9, 2022
Texas court lifts 'Remain in Mexico' order, clearing last hurdle keeping policy in place Alisa Reznick Aug. 8, 2022
Pima County monkeypox vaccines to go toward people most at risk Alisa Reznick Aug. 8, 2022
Court orders Biden administration meet with visa applicants blocked by 'Muslim ban' Alisa Reznick Aug. 3, 2022
ACLU: Sikh asylum seekers forced to remove turbans at border Alisa Reznick Aug. 3, 2022
Groups urge Congress not to accept 'poison pill' immigration amendments Alisa Reznick Aug. 2, 2022
Watchdog report finds staffing issues and inefficiency within Afghan resettlement program Alisa Reznick Aug. 1, 2022
As SCOTUS certifies Remain in Mexico ruling, advocates watch closely for what's next Alisa Reznick Aug. 1, 2022
Immigration advocates are challenging Title 42. What could lie ahead for migrants and the policy Lauren Gilger, Alisa Reznick Aug. 1, 2022
Phoenix awards Haitian aid group COVID relief funds for new asylum welcome center Alisa Reznick July 27, 2022
New filing looks to move Title 42 case to appeals court Alisa Reznick July 27, 2022
Lawyers file suit in AZ on behalf of asylum-seeking families forced to separate at border Alisa Reznick July 26, 2022
Afghan family reunited in Tucson after almost 2 years Alisa Reznick July 26, 2022
Tucson to introduce new, non-emergency call line Alisa Reznick July 20, 2022