Stina Sieg

Senior Field Correspondent

When senior field correspondent Stina Sieg was 22, she moved to the desert. She hasn’t been the same since.

At the time, the Northern California native had just graduated from college and was hankering for wide-open spaces. So she took a leap and wrote to nearly every newspaper in New Mexico until one offered her a job.

That’s how she became the photographer for a daily paper in the small town of Silver City. And that’s when she realized how much she loved storytelling.

In the years since, the beauty of having people open up and share their stories — and trust her to tell them — has never gotten old to Sieg.

Before coming to KJZZ, Sieg was also a writer and photographer at newspapers in Glenwood Springs, Colorado; Moab, Utah; and the Smoky Mountains town of Waynesville, North Carolina. She always had her hand in public radio, too, including hosting Morning Edition on a fill-in basis at WNCW in North Carolina. It’s still the best music station she’s found.

When she’s not reporting, chances are Sieg is running, baking, knitting or driving to some far-flung town deep in the desert — just to see what it looks like.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Lawsuit Over Mail-In Ballots In The Navajo Nation Gets Trial Date Stina Sieg Oct. 20, 2017
Veteran Commits Suicide At Phoenix VA Stina Sieg Oct. 20, 2017
Wildfire Burns Near Eagar In Eastern Arizona Stina Sieg Oct. 19, 2017
Arizona Supreme Court Tosses Homeless Sex Offender's Conviction For Failing To Register Stina Sieg Oct. 13, 2017
Federal Agents Investigate Bisbee City Hall Fire Stina Sieg Oct. 13, 2017
Shuttle Takes Visitors From Yarnell To Hotshots Memorial Stina Sieg Oct. 13, 2017
Immigrant Rights Group Speaks Out Against Judge Dismissing Case Against Arpaio Stina Sieg Oct. 5, 2017
Phoenix Zoo Stingray Exhibit Re-Opens Stina Sieg Oct. 5, 2017
Arizonans Can Learn How To Help Injured During Traumatic Events Stina Sieg Oct. 3, 2017
Vice President Mike Pence Will Be In Phoenix Tuesday Stina Sieg Oct. 2, 2017
The Complicated Legacy Of Fake News Creator Paul Horner Stina Sieg Sep. 29, 2017
Feds: Hackers Targeted Arizona's Election System In 2016 Stina Sieg Sep. 25, 2017
Many Amphibians, Reptiles Celebrate Autumn By Going Dormant Stina Sieg Sep. 22, 2017
Earthquake Jolts Mexico, Sways Buildings In Mexico City Jorge Valencia, Rodrigo Cervantes, Stina Sieg
Casey Kuhn
Sep. 19, 2017
Assault Trial Begins For Former Phoenix Suns Players Stina Sieg Sep. 18, 2017
Indian Health Service Sets Standards For Wait Times Stina Sieg Sep. 18, 2017
Federal Court Rules In Favor Of Tucson Officers In Shooting Death Stina Sieg Sep. 15, 2017
Future Uncertain For Space 55, A Home To Off-Beat Theater Stina Sieg Sep. 15, 2017
ADOT Cameras Alert Authorities To 2 Wrong-Way Drivers Stina Sieg Sep. 11, 2017
After Decline, Stroke Death Rate Levels Off In Arizona Stina Sieg Sep. 11, 2017
NAU Workers Get Raise, Stay Below Minimum Wage Stina Sieg Sep. 11, 2017
Principal Arrested, Accused Of Soliciting Teen Girls Stina Sieg Sep. 6, 2017
Rural Arizona School Gives Deaf And Blind Students A Place To Connect With Peers Stina Sieg Sep. 5, 2017
Therapy Dogs To Greet Travelers At Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Stina Sieg Sep. 2, 2017
Installation Of Traffic Cameras Along I-17 To Cause Closures Stina Sieg Aug. 25, 2017

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