Mexico http://kuow.org en The Challenges To Predicting Earthquakes http://kuow.org/post/challenges-predicting-earthquakes <p></p><p>Moments before the magnitude-7.2 earthquake struck central and southern Mexico, people received a text message warning on their phones.</p><p>Ross Reynolds talks with John Vidale, Washington state seismologist and UW professor, about the challenges to predicting earthquakes. Fri, 18 Apr 2014 22:20:08 +0000 Ross Reynolds & Amina Al-Sadi 32817 at http://kuow.org The Challenges To Predicting Earthquakes Bringing The Colorado River Back To Long-Dry Parts Of Mexico http://kuow.org/post/bringing-colorado-river-back-long-dry-parts-mexico For the first time in almost 20 years, the Colorado River is flowing into northern Mexico through a dam that usually stops it. It’s called a pulse flow &#8212; a temporary release of water.<p>From the <em><a href="http://hereandnow.wbur.org/">Here & Now</a></em> Contributors Network,<strong> Stina Sieg</strong> of KJZZ traveled to see the effect it’s having on Mexico’s long-barren delta.<p><h4>Reporter</h4> <ul> <li><strong><a href="http://kjzz.org/content/3546/stina-sieg" target="_blank">Stina Sieg</a></strong>, senior field correspondent for KJZZ. Tue, 08 Apr 2014 20:46:00 +0000 editor 32150 at http://kuow.org Bringing The Colorado River Back To Long-Dry Parts Of Mexico Daughter Of Jailed Renton Woman: Mom Is Political Prisoner In Mexico http://kuow.org/post/daughter-jailed-renton-woman-mom-political-prisoner-mexico <p>Community activist Nestora Salgado lives in Renton, normally.</p><p>She grew up in Olinala, Mexico, and over the last few years she’s been returning frequently and getting involved in the community – so involved that she ended up running a legal community police force. Mexican law allows indigenous communities to form such groups. Wed, 11 Dec 2013 18:02:31 +0000 Sara Lerner 25262 at http://kuow.org Daughter Of Jailed Renton Woman: Mom Is Political Prisoner In Mexico State Of The Re:Union: The Borderland Of Tucson http://kuow.org/post/state-reunion-borderland-tucson <p><a href="http://stateofthereunion.com/home/season-3/tucson-az">Tucson sits in the borderlands</a>, the desert landscape where America and Mexico meet. This place is crisscrossed by boundaries, visible and invisible — from the US border wall that cuts the Sonoran desert in half, to live-wire political divides in Tucson itself. In this episode, we tell stories about what happens when people cross borders, risking their lives and their reputations to take a chance on the other side.</p> Tue, 20 Nov 2012 04:00:00 +0000 Producer 3832 at http://kuow.org State Of The Re:Union: The Borderland Of Tucson