Madeline Nelson

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Madeline Nelson is completing her last year of college at Arizona State University through the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She previously attended the University of Arizona until she interned at the state capitol with Arizona Capitol Television. There, she learned of ASU’s Broadcast Journalism school in Phoenix and decided to transfer.

Nelson is originally from Minnesota and hopes to continue to travel while working as a newscast producer or reporter.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay $2 Million To AZ Madeline Nelson Oct. 18, 2019
Westbound Loop 202 Closed Near I-10 This Weekend Madeline Nelson Oct. 18, 2019
Water Shut-Off In Oak Creek Planned For Oct. 21-22 Madeline Nelson Oct. 19, 2019
Grand Canyon In Water Conservation Effort After Water Pump Leak Madeline Nelson Oct. 10, 2019
ADOT Wants Public Input On I-10 Broadway Curve Plans Madeline Nelson Oct. 7, 2019
$22 Million Pinto Creek Bridge Replacement Begins Monday Madeline Nelson Oct. 6, 2019
Arizona Humane Society Waives Dog Adoption Fees In October Madeline Nelson Oct. 1, 2019
Bad Flu Season In Australia Could Mean Same For U.S. Madeline Nelson Sept. 27, 2019
$3,500 Reward Offered In Wildlife Water Contamination Madeline Nelson Sept. 26, 2019
Collecting Wood In Tonto National Forest No Longer Allowed Madeline Nelson Sept. 26, 2019
North America Has Lost 3B Birds — Where Does Arizona Stand? Madeline Nelson Sept. 23, 2019
Arizona Faces 5th Consecutive Year Of Teacher Shortage Madeline Nelson Sept. 19, 2019
Whiskey Fire, The Latest In A String Of Blazes, Caused By Lightning Madeline Nelson Sept. 19, 2019
ADOT Seeking Comment On SR 87 Improvements Madeline Nelson Sept. 17, 2019
Arizona Sees Its First Infections Caused By Vaping Madeline Nelson Sept. 17, 2019
Naturally Occurring Fires Contained After Burning 9,000 Acres Madeline Nelson Sept. 13, 2019
Food Insecurity In Arizona Might Get Worse Madeline Nelson Sept. 16, 2019
Flagstaff Cyberattack Shows How Schools Are Vulnerable Madeline Nelson Sept. 9, 2019
USS Arizona Reopened After $2.1 Million Renovation Madeline Nelson Sept. 3, 2019
Maricopa County Has The Most West Nile Cases In The U.S. Madeline Nelson Sept. 2, 2019
Yavapai County Reports Spike In HIV Cases Madeline Nelson Aug. 30, 2019
Arizonans Prepare For New ID Requirements In Airports Madeline Nelson Aug. 29, 2019