Micah Alise Bledsoe is a broadcast, multimedia journalist and recent graduate from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. Bledsoe served as the President of the ASU chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists from 2017-2019. She also worked as an intern with Your PHX CW6 and Cronkite News on Arizona PBS in Phoenix, Los Angeles, and Washington. In 2015, Bledsoe was awarded the Rock Valley College Recognition Writing Award for an essay on the misunderstanding of technology. She completed her undergraduate degree in journalism and mass communication with a double minor in political science and women gender studies. Bledsoe recently finished her master’s degree in mass communication with a focus on gender and ethnic studies. Eventually, she would like to host her own television show and revolutionize the news landscape.
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Fight for veterans transition plan
Some members of congress are fighting in Washington for the VA to better help veterans transition from military to civilian life.
Arizona ranked No. 1 for child safety
Gov. Doug Ducey and First Lady Angela Ducey were honored in Washington, D.C., by the organization Child Help, which says Arizona is setting the bar for child safety.
Trump threatens to shut down border
President Donald Trump says he will close ports of entry on the southern border this week but skeptics say he’s unlikely to risk such an economic disruption.
The state of child safety in Arizona
In the past two years, Arizona has improved in matters of child safety, but advocates say there is much work still to be done.
Moms stand up for clean air
After the Environmental Protection Agency claimed its limits on mercury emissions from power plants are saving thousands of lives a year, mothers are speaking up in support of cleaner air.
Arizona is third in number of missing indigenous women
Rep. Ruben Gallego, D-Phoenix, joins advocates of the #MMIW movement as they strive to keep the issue alive in Congress.
Changes to immigration benefits proposed
The Department of Homeland Security is looking to make changes to several immigrant benefits, including food stamps, housing and health care.
Administration defends the separation of migrant families
A House committee called on Customs and Border Patrol officials to explain their tactic of separating immigrant families who are seeking asylum in the U.S.
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