María Inés Zamudio
In 2015, Zamudio and a team of reporters from NPR’s Latino USA received a Peabody National Award for their coverage of Central American migrants. Zamudio’s story was reported from the Mexico-Guatemala border and it focused on the danger women from Central American while traveling through Mexico as they try to reach the United States.
Her work has appeared in The Associated Press, New York Times, National Public Radio, NBC 5 Chicago, Telemundo, Univision among others.
Stories by María Inés Zamudio
The new book chronicles the Magonistas, a revolutionary group who overthrew a Mexican dictator.
Residents demand an end to the festivals, but local aldermen have supported the events and taken campaign cash from festival organizers.
WBEZ ofrece una guía con recursos para ayudar a responder a preguntas que los chicaguenses pudieran tener acerca de sus cuentas del servicio de agua.
Zonas críticas de contaminación atmosférica en Chicago: Nueva Red de sensores revela disparidades en la calidad del aire entre vecindarios.
Nuevos datos muestran zonas críticas de contaminación del aire en La Villita, Austin, Irving Park, Englewood y Auburn Gresham.
Gender-based violence has been the shadow pandemic during COVID-19 lockdowns, with immigrant women facing additional challenges.
Data from a new sensor network shows the highest rates of pollution in Little Village, Austin, Englewood, Irving Park and other neighborhoods.
The mayor’s proposal would also allow for the installation of more water meters and ban water shutoffs due to non-payment for most accounts.
WBEZ presents a resource guide to help answer some questions city residents may have about their water bills.
According to one report, Chicago led all U.S. cities for murders of transgender and gender non-conforming people in 2021.
A group of 15 state and federal lawmakers say Will County is working with immigration authorities in violation of state law.