Senior Field Correspondent Mónica Ortiz Uribe (Las Cruces) is a native of El Paso, Texas, where she recently worked as a freelance reporter. Her work has aired on NPR, Public Radio International and Radio Bilingue. Most of her stories examined the effects of drug-related violence across the border in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.
Previously, she worked as a reporter for the Waco Tribune Herald in Waco, Texas. She graduated from the University of Texas at El Paso with a degree in history.
Follow her on Twitter: @mortizuribe
|U.S. Gangs As Foot Soldiers For Drug Traffickers||Mónica Ortiz Uribe||May 25, 2011|
|Obama Reignites Immigration Debate Along U.S.-Mexico Border||Mónica Ortiz Uribe||May 10, 2011|
|President Obama To Address Immigration Reform At U.S.-Mexico Border||Mónica Ortiz Uribe||May 10, 2011|
|Cracking Down On Illegal - Chile Peppers - In New Mexico||Mónica Ortiz Uribe||April 28, 2011|
|Severe Drought Hurts Farmers In New Mexico And Texas||Mónica Ortiz Uribe||April 27, 2011|
|Drug Violence Strains Blood Supply At Mexican Hospitals||Mónica Ortiz Uribe||April 19, 2011|
|Smuggling A Way Of Life In New Mexico Border Town||Mónica Ortiz Uribe||April 01, 2011|
|Mexico Attorney General Resigns; Woman Replaces Him||Mónica Ortiz Uribe||April 01, 2011|
|Sensing Change: Growing Old In Rural New Mexico||Mónica Ortiz Uribe||March 31, 2011|
|News Series: Oil And Gas Regulation In New Mexico Outdated||Mónica Ortiz Uribe||February 05, 2011|