Lizbet Flores
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News Broadcast Reporter, Phoenix

Lizbet Flores expects to graduate in December 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communications and a minor in business studies. Flores, who has reported for The State Press, is working for the Phoenix news bureau.

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Chicanos Por La Causa launches $10 million ‘get out the vote’ campaign

PHOENIX – A $10 million initiative is underway to encourage the millions of Latinos in Arizona to go to the polls regardless of party affiliation. The nonprofit Chicanos por la Causa is behind this effort along with Mi Familia Vota and Promise Arizona.

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Arizona Dreamer’s journey depicted in ‘¡Americano!’, a musical debuting off-Broadway

PHOENIX – Tony Valdovinos of Phoenix gave up his dream of joining the Marine Corps when he learned he was undocumented. Ultimately, he had a bigger impact than being a Marine, becoming an inspiration to other Dreamers and the musical “¡Americano!”, which debuts off-Broadway this month.

¡Americano! Musical con debut fuera de Broadway inspirado por un ‘dreamer’ de Phoenix

PHOENIX – Dreamer Tony Valdovinos de Phoenix abandonó su sueño de unirse como un infante de marina de los EE.UU. cuando descubrió que no tenía documentos. Al final de cuentas, tuvo un impacto más grande que el de ser marino, y se volvió una inspiración para otros Dreamers y el musical ¡Americano! que ahora está por debutar fuera de Broadway.

Arizona musical brings Dreamer’s story to New York

An Arizona-born musical is on its way to become an off-Broadway production this spring. "¡Americano!" is based on the true story of Tony Valdovinos, who came to Arizona as a child illegally. The story follows his journey to find purpose after he discovers the truth about his citizenship status.

American Lung Association gives Arizona a failing grade for lack of regulation on tobacco products targeting teens

PHOENIX – More than 20% of high schoolers in Arizona use tobacco, especially e-cigarettes, the American Lung Association’s State of Tobacco Control report says. Overall, Arizona gets an F for its attempts to regulate the sales of flavored tobacco.