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
Mayes joins amicus brief in support of DACA program, 'Dreamers' Alisa Reznick Feb. 6, 2024
Senators release long-awaited border and asylum bill with new 'shut down' authority Alisa Reznick Feb. 5, 2024
Mayes joins multistate effort to support 'Dreamers' Camryn Sanchez, Alisa Reznick Feb. 2, 2024
Ciscomani wants federal charges for illegally transporting migrants Alisa Reznick Jan. 31, 2024
USCIS announces increases on several immigration and work applications Alisa Reznick Jan. 31, 2024
Top AZ GOP lawmakers sign letter calling Texas migrant arrivals 'invasion' Alisa Reznick Jan. 30, 2024
Goldwater Institute is suing Phoenix over wage rule. It says Tucson is next Alisa Reznick Jan. 30, 2024
Biden: Senate negotiations include new executive authority to 'shut down' border Alisa Reznick Jan. 29, 2024
Tucson schools to get electric buses with federal funds Alisa Reznick Jan. 29, 2024
An immigration issue caused this Tucson family's separation. Now, they're finally reunited Alisa Reznick Jan. 25, 2024
ICE personnel will wear body cameras under new DHS directive Alisa Reznick Jan. 24, 2024
Circuit court ruling allows Mexico's suit against gun-makers to resume Alisa Reznick Jan. 23, 2024
Saguaro Park warns visitors about potential rabies cases Alisa Reznick Jan. 23, 2024
Some lawmakers want clampdown on asylum. AZ officials, aid workers already face challenges Alisa Reznick Jan. 23, 2024
Border sheriffs tell lawmakers they want more state funding for security Alisa Reznick Jan. 17, 2024
Environmental regulators ask for public input on southern AZ copper mine Alisa Reznick Jan. 17, 2024
Pima County gets new round of FEMA money for migrants Alisa Reznick Jan. 17, 2024
Pima County Board of Supervisors first 2024 meeting includes new member, border breakdown Alisa Reznick Jan. 10, 2024
Pima County officials say funding for migrants care is running out Alisa Reznick Jan. 9, 2024
U.S. lawmakers return to negotiations for a border-military aid deal Alisa Reznick Jan. 10, 2024
Problems remain at southern border despite Lukeville opening Alisa Reznick, Wayne Schutsky Jan. 8, 2024
As Lukeville re-opens, officers say asylum seekers and migrants are still arriving Alisa Reznick Jan. 5, 2024
Lukeville crossing reopens as Pima County leaders warn area will keep bearing the brunt Alisa Reznick Jan. 4, 2024
Lukeville reopening welcomed, with calls for more staff Alisa Reznick Jan. 3, 2024
Pima County seeks temporary employees for border health program Alisa Reznick Jan. 2, 2024

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