Will Stone grew up with the sounds of public radio. As an intern, his first story had him combing Long Island Sound for horseshoe crabs and interviewing beachgoers. After that, he was hooked on radio and the magic of telling stories through sound. He has since reported for NPR member stations in Nevada and Connecticut. He joined the KJZZ newsroom in March 2015 as a Senior Field Correspondent.

Stone considers himself a passionate generalist and will jump on any story that gets him out into the field with a microphone in hand. During his time in Nevada, he covered local politics, the changing face of rural communities and Reno’s effort to reinvent its economy after the recession. Stone’s stories have also aired on NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered. Those pieces have touched on myriad issues — school shootings, the business of drones, Burning Man and surfers in the Sierra Nevada.

Before moving West, Stone received his degree in English literature from Haverford College and covered the local arts and culture scene in Philadelphia. He also interned at the NPR headquarters in Los Angeles where he learned from some of the network’s veteran reporters and editors.

When he is not reporting or listening to public radio, Stone enjoys running, climbing mountains and exploring the local food scene.

Title Author Publication Date
Concerns Over Senate Health Care Would Impact Medicaid In Arizona Will Stone June 22, 2017
Arizona Regulators Vote Down Halting APS Rate Case Will Stone June 20, 2017
50 Flights At Sky Harbor Affected By Record-Breaking Heat Will Stone June 20, 2017
Disappointing Runoff Season Leads Feds To Lower Predictions For Lake Mead Will Stone June 16, 2017
Mobile Stroke Unit To Improve Response Time, Care In Phoenix Will Stone June 14, 2017
Ducey Executive Order Increases Monitoring Of Opioid Overdoses Will Stone June 13, 2017
Will Congress Keep KidsCare Alive? Will Stone June 13, 2017
Ducey Declares State Emergency In Response To Opioid Epidemic Will Stone June 05, 2017
Regulator Calls For A Temporary Halt In APS Rate Case Will Stone June 03, 2017
Opioid Overdoses Up In Arizona, While Heroin Deaths Triple Will Stone June 02, 2017
Protected But Priced Out: Unease Over ACA Debate In Arizona Will Stone May 26, 2017
Banner Sued For Denying Autism Treatment Coverage Will Stone May 23, 2017
Dignity Health, Health Net Fail To Reach Insurance Deal Will Stone May 23, 2017
Arizona Court Says State Cannot Tax Leased Solar Systems Will Stone May 19, 2017
Could Arizona's New Abortion Law Jeopardize Care? Will Stone May 18, 2017
Developmental Disability Providers Worry State Budget Not Enough Will Stone May 12, 2017
Public Can Weigh In On Future Of Navajo Generating Station Will Stone May 11, 2017
4 Arizona National Monuments Under Review Will Stone May 05, 2017
Most Arizona Republicans Vote To Repeal ACA; State Health-Care Industry Concerned Will Stone May 04, 2017
Grand Canyon's North Rim Scheduled To Open May 15 Will Stone May 04, 2017
Arizona To Investigate Every Drug Overdose Death Will Stone May 03, 2017
State Budget Could Jeopardize Millions Of Federal Dollars For Planned Parenthood Will Stone May 03, 2017
Arizona Gets $24 Million Grant To Fight Opioid Epidemic Will Stone May 01, 2017
Scottsdale Councilwoman: Great Hearts Must Change Transgender Policy To Partner With City Will Stone April 27, 2017
ACLU Urges Against Scottsdale Partnering With Great Hearts Academies On Park Will Stone April 20, 2017

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