Kendra Worsnup photoKendra Szabo joined the KJZZ news team in January 2013 to serve as a part-time Morning Edition producer. 

Fueled by an intense passion for telling accurate and compelling stories through language and design, Szabo is currently pursuing a journalism degree at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.  She is also studying for a bachelor of arts in justice studies at ASU’s School of Social Transformation—with a focus on advocacy for victims of human trafficking and extreme poverty. 

Szabo also devotes her time to helping students who are trying to learn English.

In her free time, she can usually be found creating art, refining her woodworking skills, beekeeping or listening to old episodes of This American Life.

Contact Kendra Szabo at

Title Publication Date
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Flagstaff Will Stop Arresting Panhandlers September 26, 2013
Court: State Cannot Prosecute Tribal Members For Failure to Register As Sex Offenders September 24, 2013
Arizona Home Prices Growth Slows September 24, 2013
NM Senator Recommends Research Lab To Find Best Route For New Transmission Line September 23, 2013
State’s Forecast Shows Cooler Temperatures Across Arizona September 23, 2013
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Navajo Nation Seeks Disaster Declaration For Rain, Flood Damages September 17, 2013
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Willcox Bike Ride Helps Students And State Economy August 26, 2013
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Summer Nights: Touring The Desert Botanical Gardens With A Flashlight August 16, 2013
GAO Investigates Navajo Nation Challenges August 06, 2013
Parenting College Equips Parents To Prepare Children For School August 05, 2013
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Land In Arizona And New Mexico May Be Given To Endangered Jaguars July 30, 2013
Flagstaff Setting Records For Rainfall In July July 30, 2013
Pima Community College On Probation After Investigation July 29, 2013
Number Of Registered Independent Voters In Arizona Increases July 24, 2013
ADOT Business Signs To Pop Up In Urban Areas July 23, 2013