Murphy Woodhouse

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Senior Field Correspondent - Hermosillo

Born and raised in the Intermountain West, Murphy Woodhouse has called southern Arizona home for most of the last decade. He’s one of two field correspondents at KJZZ’s Hermosillo bureau, where his reporting focuses on the trade relationship between Arizona, Sonora and the rest of Mexico.

Before joining the station, Murphy was a reporter at the Arizona Daily Star and the Nogales International. Prior to his reporting career, he completed a master’s degree at the University of Arizona’s Center for Latin American Studies and did three wildfire seasons with the Snake River Hotshots. He’s a proud graduate of the University of Montana’s School of Journalism.

When he’s not reporting, Murphy is often out in the woods running or riding singletrack, or swinging in a hammock with a book.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Sonoran Health Authorities Worry State Could Return To High-Risk Murphy Woodhouse June 21, 2021
Rural Sonoran Communities Hit By COVID-19 Outbreak Murphy Woodhouse June 18, 2021
After Sinaloa Approves Marriage Equality, Sonora Could Be Next Murphy Woodhouse June 21, 2021
Sonoran Governor Faces Challenges To Strengthen AZ Connection Murphy Woodhouse June 18, 2021
Sonora COVID-19 Cases, Hospital Occupancy Showing Upward Trend Murphy Woodhouse June 15, 2021
Mexico Hopes Vaccinations Lead To Loosening Of Border Restrictions Murphy Woodhouse June 15, 2021
Sonoran Election Body Certifies State Election Results Murphy Woodhouse June 15, 2021
2021 Sonora Job Growth Better Than Most Mexican States Murphy Woodhouse June 15, 2021
What Sonora's Gubernatorial Election Means For Mexico, Arizona Lauren Gilger, Murphy Woodhouse June 14, 2021
U.S. Trade Rep Again Raises Concerns About Mexican Labor Rights Murphy Woodhouse June 11, 2021
Mexican President’s Morena Party Fares Well In Sonora Murphy Woodhouse June 9, 2021
By Wide Margin, Alfonso Durazo Wins Sonoran Governorship Murphy Woodhouse June 9, 2021
Vaccinations Start For Sonorans 40-49 In Several Cities Murphy Woodhouse June 2, 2021
With Days Left Before Election, Political Violence In Mexico Worse Than 2018 Murphy Woodhouse June 2, 2021
Ranchers: State Support Welcome But Not Enough To Counter Drought Murphy Woodhouse June 1, 2021
Tens Of Thousands Of Doses Arrive In Sonora Murphy Woodhouse May 28, 2021
Sonoran Maquila Industry Hopeful Workers Could Get Vaccinated Soon Murphy Woodhouse May 26, 2021
April Was Sonora’s Most Violent Month In Nearly 25 Years Murphy Woodhouse May 25, 2021
Among 15 Priority Cities, Cajeme Shows Sharpest Rise In Violence Murphy Woodhouse May 24, 2021
Families Of Missing People Worry New Law Could Complicate Mexico Searches Murphy Woodhouse May 21, 2021
Mexico Pushing For Border Reopening By This Summer Murphy Woodhouse May 18, 2021
Sonoran Governor Candidate Bows Out, Throws Support To Gándara Murphy Woodhouse May 18, 2021
After Final Meeting, Ducey and Pavlovich Sign Air, Water Deal Murphy Woodhouse May 18, 2021
Arizona Communities Call For Border Reopening Murphy Woodhouse May 17, 2021
AMLO: U.S. Shares, Requests Info On Alleged Crimes By Governor Murphy Woodhouse May 12, 2021

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