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

Title Author Publication Date
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News Series: Oil And Gas Regulation In New Mexico Outdated Mónica Ortiz Uribe February 05, 2011

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