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
Treasury official sets deadline to get Ducey programs into compliance Rocio Hernandez Jan. 14, 2022
Some Arizona schools are returning to distance learning under the strain of omicron Rocio Hernandez Jan. 14, 2022
Some AZ students returning to virtual classes Rocio Hernandez Jan. 12, 2022
The deadline for the AZ education budget is approaching. What to expect from the Legislature Steve Goldstein, Rocio Hernandez Jan. 12, 2022
UA instructors argue for right to teach remotely Rocio Hernandez Jan. 11, 2022
Arizona pediatricians are urging schools to require masks in response to omicron Rocio Hernandez Jan. 11, 2022
Ducey sets aggressive agenda on water, school choice and border security in last year Ben Giles, Rocio Hernandez
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Jan. 10, 2022
UA starting spring semester with in-person classes Rocio Hernandez Jan. 10, 2022
UA requiring higher-grade masks for spring semester due to omicron Rocio Hernandez Jan. 6, 2022
Family confused by district's mask policy for students Rocio Hernandez Jan. 5, 2022
Union asking ASU, UA to go remote for start of spring semester Rocio Hernandez Jan. 5, 2022
Ducey offers money to families during school closures Rocio Hernandez Jan. 4, 2022
Glendale, Scottsdale districts shift their mask policies Rocio Hernandez Jan. 4, 2022
Oro Valley Hospital stops taking heart attack patients Rocio Hernandez Jan. 3, 2022
4 in 10 school principals might quit due to harder work, longer hours and the politics of COVID-19 Rocio Hernandez Dec. 30, 2021
5 tips to have an effective talk with someone who's unvaccinated Rocio Hernandez Dec. 28, 2021
GCU, NAU moving ahead with in-person spring semester Rocio Hernandez Dec. 29, 2021
Tucson police investigating Saturday vandalism, assault at mosque Rocio Hernandez Dec. 28, 2021
Ride Valley Metro free on New Year's Eve night Rocio Hernandez Dec. 31, 2021
Tempe looking for volunteers for homeless outreach efforts Rocio Hernandez Dec. 28, 2021
Here's how to recycle your Christmas tree in Phoenix and Mesa Rocio Hernandez Dec. 27, 2021
UA identifies 1st omicron cases at its Tucson campus Rocio Hernandez Dec. 21, 2021
Tempe, Valley libraries seeing demand for at-home COVID tests Rocio Hernandez Dec. 21, 2021
AZ college students advocating for voting rights bill end hunger strike Rocio Hernandez Dec. 20, 2021
Madison school district expanding quarantine option Rocio Hernandez Dec. 20, 2021

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