Katherine Fritcke is the Morning Edition Producer for KJZZ. Fritcke was born and raised in Scottsdale. After deciding to leave the Arizona heat, she graduated from Drake University in Des Moines, IA with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.

She is a self-proclaimed public media junkie who can't get enough of programs like "Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me" and "Ask Me Another."

Title Author Publication Date
McCain Concerned Over Medicaid Cuts In Draft Of Senate Health Care Bill Katherine Fritcke June 22, 2017
ADOT: 962 Fatal Crashes Occurred In Arizona In 2016 Katherine Fritcke June 22, 2017
13 Wildfires Currently Burning In Arizona Katherine Fritcke June 19, 2017
Arizona Health Officials Advice Staying Inside During Heat Wave Katherine Fritcke June 19, 2017
3-D Security Technology Now Being Used At Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Katherine Fritcke June 15, 2017
UA Medical School In Phoenix Receives Accreditation Katherine Fritcke June 15, 2017
Arizona Fire Officials Expect An Active Fire Season Katherine Fritcke June 12, 2017
Arizona Sen. McCain Questions Intelligence Officials Katherine Fritcke June 07, 2017
Bright Ball Of Light Seen Over Arizona Last Summer A Rare Celestial Object Katherine Fritcke May 31, 2017
McCain: Salt Cedar Trees Are One Of Arizona's Greatest Fire Dangers Katherine Fritcke May 29, 2017
Arizona Game And Fish Request A Temporary Suspension Of Angler Tournaments Katherine Fritcke May 29, 2017
McCain: Remember Those Who Sacrificed Their Lives For Our Country On Memorial Day Katherine Fritcke May 29, 2017
Sen. John McCain: Senate Working On Its Version Of AHCA Katherine Fritcke May 26, 2017
Phoenix Parks And Rec Board To Decide Fate Of Camelback Christmas Tree Katherine Fritcke May 23, 2017
Pioneer Park In Mesa Closed For Renovation, Upgrade Katherine Fritcke May 17, 2017
ASU Gammage Theater Season Tickets Sell Out Quickly Katherine Fritcke May 15, 2017
Temporary Flight Restirction Put In Place Over Pinal Fire South Of Globe Katherine Fritcke May 15, 2017
FBI Director Comey Testifies FBI And Congress Not Doing Enough To Protect Themselves From Outside Threats Katherine Fritcke May 03, 2017
Sawmill Fire South Of Tucson Has Burned 7,500 Acres Katherine Fritcke April 24, 2017
Record-Breaking Snowfall Extends Snowbowl Season Katherine Fritcke April 20, 2017
Visitors Spent More Than $995 Mil At Arizona National Parks In '16 Katherine Fritcke April 19, 2017
It's Fast Approaching: Taxes Are Due April 18 Katherine Fritcke April 11, 2017
US Senate Goes Nuclear: Arizona Senators Weigh In On Gorsuch Confirmation Katherine Fritcke April 08, 2017
McCain: A Literal Wall Isn't Going To Protect The Border Katherine Fritcke April 07, 2017
Arizona Cactus League 2017 Attendance Breaks Record Katherine Fritcke April 07, 2017

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