Mariana Dale

Senior Field Correspondent

Mariana Dale rustles up stories in the East Valley as a Senior Field Correspondent.

She’s followed a microphone onto cattle ranches, into classrooms, and many places in between. Though the fact has disappointed curious kids on career day, most of her time is not spent talking to the famous, but rather the quietly extraordinary people of Arizona.

She started at KJZZ on the digital team and you can still occasionally find her editing stories for the web and thinking of clever ways to share them with a growing online audience.

Dale has learned from stints at Arizona Public Media, The Arizona Daily Star, The Arizona Republic and as an intern at NPR’s Morning Edition in Culver City. She graduated from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in journalism.

Dale is grateful for the mentoring of the New York Times Student Journalism Institute, the Chips Quinn Scholars program and AIR’s New Voices Scholars.

Title Author Publication Date
Tempe Considers Anti-Tethering Law For Dogs Mariana Dale December 12, 2017
Mesa Approves False Fire Alarm Charge For Businesses Mariana Dale December 12, 2017
Queen Creek Kids Learn Computer-Free Coding Basics Mariana Dale December 08, 2017
Competition, Storm Recovery Could Boost Cost Of Tempe Streetcar Mariana Dale December 06, 2017
ADOT Starts Construction On I-10 Dust Storm Radar Mariana Dale December 05, 2017
Scottsdale Considers Group Home Regulations Mariana Dale December 05, 2017
The Consequence Of Caring: Veterinarians Grapple With Mental Health Mariana Dale December 04, 2017
With Golf On The Upswing, Tempe Swaps Management Mariana Dale December 01, 2017
Proposed Tempe Utility Rate Changes Offer Customers More Options Mariana Dale November 29, 2017
Scottsdale Fire Department, Hospital Partnership Aims To Reduce Cost of Emergency Health Care Mariana Dale November 29, 2017
Tempe Proposes Anti-'Dark Money' Election Spending Law Mariana Dale November 28, 2017
Pinal County Supervisors Approve Land-Use Change For Solar Company Mariana Dale November 23, 2017
Mesa Hopes New Data Portal Will Tell Story Beyond The Numbers Mariana Dale November 22, 2017
Parents Of Seriously Mentally Ill See Opportunity In Arizona State Hospital Proposal Mariana Dale November 17, 2017
Mesa Considers Downtown Mixed-Use Project Mariana Dale November 15, 2017
Civil Rights Group: Mesa, Phoenix Police Body-Worn Camera Policy Needs Update Mariana Dale November 15, 2017
Goodbye, Microfilm — Scottsdale Police Digitizing Oldest Records Mariana Dale November 14, 2017
Pinal County Jail Houses Veterans Together, Aims To Reduce Recidivism Mariana Dale November 07, 2017
Want To Get Rid Of A Gun In Arizona? Law Enforcement, Nonprofits Offer Different Options Mariana Dale November 07, 2017
State Of The City: Tempe Businesses 'Thrive' Mariana Dale November 03, 2017
Judge Dismisses Case Against Arizona Charter Schools Accused Of Teaching Religion Mariana Dale November 02, 2017
Tempe Police, ASU To Develop De-Escalation Training Mariana Dale November 02, 2017
Nonprofit Program Wants To Give Struggling Tempe Families Financial Stability Mariana Dale November 01, 2017
Bisbee Will Drop Plastic Bag Ban Mariana Dale October 31, 2017
Chandler Ends Collaboration With Habitat For Humanity Mariana Dale October 30, 2017

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