Naomi DuBovis
Naomi DuBovis
News Reporter, Phoenix

Naomi DuBovis expects to graduate in May 2025 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication with a minor in music performance. DuBovis has worked on the podcast desk at the State Press and interned for KJZZ, the NPR member station for the Phoenix metro area.

Latest from Naomi Dubovis

Arizona leaders take advantage of Inflation Reduction Act tax credits for sustainability projects

PHOENIX – Leaders of Arizona’s public, private and nonprofit sectors discussed financial incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act, explaining how they will use available federal funds for environmental efforts and renewable energy projects.

Arizona rock climbers speak out against National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service proposal to restrict anchors

TUCSON – The National Park Service and the U.S. Forest Service drafted policy in November that could prohibit climbing anchors in wilderness areas around the country. The Climbing Association of Southern Arizona is one of several climbing organizations speaking out against the proposals, saying that they would discourage and endanger climbers.

Climber Nicki Manzanares starts to rappel down a cliffside on Mount Lemmon near Tucson on Jan. 29, 2024. (Photo by Emily Mai/Cronkite News)