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
Mexico willing to go to formal dispute settlement panel over GMO corn ban Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 29, 2022
Mexico’s president pushes more limited ‘Plan B’ for electoral reform Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 29, 2022
Sonoran security chief: Progress being made on adding to state police force Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 28, 2022
AMLO pleased with turnout for massive march he led Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 28, 2022
New Sonoran murder record unlikely in 2022 Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 23, 2022
During Phoenix visit, Sonoran governor congratulates AZ Gov.-elect Hobbs Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 22, 2022
Police officer assigned to Caborca, Sonora, mayor killed Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 21, 2022
Mexican health authorities give green light to Cuban COVID vaccine Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 21, 2022
Among Venezuelans stranded in Hermosillo, cautious optimism after Title 42 ruling Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 21, 2022
After major protests against Mexican electoral reform, AMLO proposes his own march Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 18, 2022
New initiative seeks to bring order to downtown Hermosillo growth Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 15, 2022
In cities across Mexico, thousands march against electoral reform Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 14, 2022
Dengue cases continue to mount in Sonora Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 14, 2022
Official says companies looking to move plants from Asia to Mexico Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 10, 2022
AMLO backs Ayotzinapa commission head after complaints lodged Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 9, 2022
Sonoran hero honored 115 years after sacrificing self to save town Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 12, 2022
Judge rules in favor of Sonoran activist fighting to ease access to recreational pot Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 8, 2022
After critiques and revelations, top Mexican official defends Ayotzinapa investigation Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 7, 2022
Avian flu found in 2 Sonoran poultry facilities Murphy Woodhouse Nov. 7, 2022
Stranded in Hermosillo, Venezuelan asylum seekers face uncertainty in unfamiliar city Murphy Woodhouse Oct. 28, 2022
Shift of Mexico’s National Guard to military control on hold Murphy Woodhouse Oct. 25, 2022
Advocates to present missing journalists complaint to UN Murphy Woodhouse Oct. 25, 2022
Sonoran AG: Murdered groom could have been case of mistaken identity Murphy Woodhouse Oct. 24, 2022
U.S. trade representative declines to investigate Mexican produce exports Murphy Woodhouse Oct. 24, 2022
From the streets to the state Congress, Sonora’s LGBTQ movement builds power Murphy Woodhouse Oct. 25, 2022

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