Casey KuhnCasey Kuhn is a Senior Field Correspondent covering the West Valley from KJZZ's SPOT 127 youth media center.

She comes to Phoenix from Bloomington, Ind. where she graduated from Indiana University with a B.A. in journalism.

Kuhn fell under the spell of audio storytelling and reporting in college at Bloomington's community public radio station, WFHB. She volunteered there as a reporter and worked her way up to host the half-hour, daily news show.

After graduation she became a multimedia reporter at Bloomington's NPR/PBS affiliate WFIU/WTIU and helped produce the weekly statewide news television show. Her interests in reporting range from endangered species habitat loss to community outreach programs.

Kuhn was born and raised in Cincinnati where her parents instilled in her a love of baseball, dogs and good German beer.

Contact her at ckuhn@kjzz.org, on Twitter at @CaseyAtTheDesk or call with a news tip at 480-774-8357.

Title Author Publication Date
New Compost Facility Comes To Phoenix Casey Kuhn April 26, 2017
Sawmill Fire In South Arizona Spreads To 18,000 Acres Casey Kuhn April 25, 2017
Arizona Law Enforcement Promote Recruitment Amid Officer Shortage Casey Kuhn April 25, 2017
Post-Recession, West Valley Cities Address Neighborhood Blights In Hope Of Development Casey Kuhn April 21, 2017
Maricopa County Among Earliest To Test Connected Car Technology Casey Kuhn April 20, 2017
U.S. High Court Sides With Goodyear Tire In Arizona Injury Dispute Casey Kuhn April 18, 2017
Tolleson Police Department Rolls Out Body Cameras Casey Kuhn April 15, 2017
Peoria Unified Changes Boundaries, Will Relocate Some Students Casey Kuhn April 14, 2017
Lower Colorado River Tops List Of Most Endangered Rivers In 2017 Casey Kuhn April 12, 2017
Sessions Criticizes Sanctuary Cities In Valley Visit Casey Kuhn April 11, 2017
Peoria Paid Now-Closing Trine University Campus $2.4 Mil In Incentives Casey Kuhn April 10, 2017
Projections Show Arizona Cotton Acres Creeping Up After Record Low Casey Kuhn April 10, 2017
Trine University Shuts In Peoria After 4 Years, At Least $960K In City Incentives Casey Kuhn April 07, 2017
Phoenix Site Remains For Medical Marijuana, PTSD Study For Vets Casey Kuhn April 05, 2017
Peoria Unified To Release Students Early Every Monday In 2017 School Year Casey Kuhn April 04, 2017
Judge: Feds Should Reconsider Listing Arizona Pygmy Owl Endangered Casey Kuhn March 30, 2017
Peoria Unified Hopes To Address Overcrowding By Shifting Boundaries Casey Kuhn March 29, 2017
Phoenix's Arizona Summit Law School Put On Probation Casey Kuhn March 28, 2017
Flake, McCain Introduce Bill To Keep Immigration Enforcement Reimbursement Casey Kuhn March 28, 2017
Grand Canyon University Manages Growing Pains With More Land, Students And Business Casey Kuhn March 27, 2017
'It's Got Good Bones:' Preservationists Look To Save Old Peoria Hotel Casey Kuhn March 22, 2017
Wet Winter Could Lead To Busy Wildfire Season In Arizona Casey Kuhn March 20, 2017
Former Border Patrol Agent Sentenced For Drug Trafficking, Bribery Casey Kuhn March 20, 2017
Newly Registered Pesticide May Help West Valley Cotton Farmers Casey Kuhn March 20, 2017
Stanton, Business Leaders Kick Off Start Of Arizona Center Makeover Casey Kuhn March 15, 2017

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