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
AZ Launching State-Supported COVID-19 Vaccination Site In Yuma Rocio Hernandez March 18, 2021
Thousands Of COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Open At State-Run Sites Rocio Hernandez March 18, 2021
Teachers, Parents Take To The Streets To Defend Public School Funding Rocio Hernandez March 17, 2021
School Voucher Bill Passes Out Of House Ways And Means Committee Rocio Hernandez March 17, 2021
Parents, Teachers Against Vouchers Going To AZ Capitol Rocio Hernandez March 16, 2021
Cartwright Schools Welcome Students Back For First Time Since COVID-19 Rocio Hernandez March 16, 2021
ADE, DES Rolling Out Pandemic Relief For Families Rocio Hernandez March 15, 2021
UA Seeing Success In Vaccinating Latino Community Rocio Hernandez March 15, 2021
UA To Start In-Person Classes By March 29 Rocio Hernandez March 15, 2021
Ducey's Order To Reopen Schools Didn't Affect Many Rocio Hernandez, Jill Ryan March 14, 2021
Phoenix Residents Reflect On What They've Endured During COVID-19 Rocio Hernandez March 12, 2021
ABOR Appoints José Luis Cruz As NAU's Next President Rocio Hernandez March 10, 2021
Teachers To Hold Rally Against Bills They See As Harmful For Education Rocio Hernandez March 9, 2021
Cartwright District Preps For Start Of In-Person Classes Rocio Hernandez March 8, 2021
UA Plans Return To In-Person For Spring Graduation, Fall Classes Rocio Hernandez March 8, 2021
AZ To Receive Nearly 324K Vaccines Doses By Next Week Rocio Hernandez March 5, 2021
Ducey Ends Pandemic Occupancy Limits For Businesses Rocio Hernandez, Vaughan Jones March 5, 2021
Black Parents, School Leaders Debate Arizona Bill That Would Expand ESA Program Rocio Hernandez March 9, 2021
Ducey: Schools Must Offer In-Person Classes By March 15 Rocio Hernandez, Steve Goldstein March 3, 2021
Study: Hispanic Households Hit Hard During Pandemic Rocio Hernandez March 8, 2021
Arizona Will Start Vaccinating Residents 55 Years And Older Beginning This Week Rocio Hernandez March 1, 2021
Navajo Nation Appropriates Funds To Support Industries, Jobs For Youth Rocio Hernandez Feb. 26, 2021
Survey: Rural AZ Voters Concerned About Education Rocio Hernandez Feb. 26, 2021
Hoffman Supporting Safe Arizona School Reopenings Rocio Hernandez, Steve Goldstein Feb. 24, 2021
AZ Community Colleges Closer To Offering 4-Year Degree Programs Rocio Hernandez Feb. 23, 2021

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