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
With more rain on the way, monsoon moisture eases Sonora’s drought for now Murphy Woodhouse Sept. 6, 2022
Mexico to consider constitutionality of mandatory pretrial detention Murphy Woodhouse Sept. 2, 2022
Sonoran solar project touted during State of the Union Murphy Woodhouse Sept. 2, 2022
Son of Sonoran federal official to head Mexico’s new lithium company Murphy Woodhouse Sept. 2, 2022
Legislation to put Mexico’s National Guard under Defense Ministry control goes to Congress Murphy Woodhouse Sept. 2, 2022
Sonora's 5th COVID-19 wave had a much smaller human toll Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 31, 2022
Hermosillo mayor says city’s water assured through 2023 Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 30, 2022
Sonoran governor says companies could work with LitioMx Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 30, 2022
Sonoran governor says Mexico is ready to elect a woman president Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 30, 2022
Heavy rain brings welcome water to Sonora’s reservoirs Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 29, 2022
Mexican colonel accused of ordering execution of 6 of the 43 Ayotzinapa students Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 26, 2022
CPJ: 2022 now Mexico’s deadliest year for the press Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 23, 2022
After epic flooding, Sonora plans infrastructure improvements Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 23, 2022
Cautious optimism about Mexico’s infamous Ayotzinapa case Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 22, 2022
Weekend rains flood Sonoran communities, damage key roadways Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 22, 2022
Report: Disappearance of students was ‘crime of state’ Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 22, 2022
With more rain on the way, serious impacts already seen across Sonora Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 19, 2022
Sonoran governor: Grupo Mexico to make major investments in state Murphy Woodhouse July 30, 2022
Among Mexican border states, Sonora shows strongest growth Murphy Woodhouse July 30, 2022
In a Sonoran mining town, this historic bowling alley has been rolling for nearly a century Murphy Woodhouse Aug. 2, 2022
Mexico reporting 60 confirmed cases of monkeypox Murphy Woodhouse July 26, 2022
Mexican security officials tout new data showing violence decline in 2021 Murphy Woodhouse July 26, 2022
Sonora may be on track for less violent 2022 Murphy Woodhouse July 25, 2022
Top U.S., Mexican officials discuss extradition of Caro Quintero Murphy Woodhouse July 22, 2022
Sonoran health authorities urge mask use as COVID cases rise Murphy Woodhouse July 19, 2022

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