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
McCain Acknowledges Difficulties In General After Winning GOP Primary Casey Kuhn August 31, 2016
Officials Seek More Tips In Phoenix 'Serial Street Shooter' Case Casey Kuhn August 25, 2016
Sen. John McCain Faces Kelli Ward In Arizona Primary Race Casey Kuhn August 24, 2016
Mayor Stanton And Phoenix Community Leaders Go Door-To-Door To Help High School Dropouts Casey Kuhn August 23, 2016
Pipe Repair Puts Mohave County Hatchery Back Online For Rainbow Trout Casey Kuhn August 19, 2016
Surprise Mayor Responds To Ethics Complaint Casey Kuhn August 17, 2016
Glendale Considers Allowing Chickens (Not Roosters) In Residential Districts Casey Kuhn August 17, 2016
Closed Mesa Charter School Had History Of Financial Problems Casey Kuhn August 16, 2016
In Midst Of Pilot Shortage, Luke Air Force Base May Get More F-16 Training Jets Casey Kuhn August 15, 2016
USDA: Arizona Cotton Production Up, Durum Wheat Down Casey Kuhn August 15, 2016
Underground Irrigation Makes Headway In Arizona Farming Casey Kuhn August 12, 2016
Arizona DCS Removes 40 Kids From Gilbert Group Home Provider Casey Kuhn August 10, 2016
Arizona's Farmland Values Increase Slightly Amidst Fall In National Average Casey Kuhn August 09, 2016
Mesa Charter School Closes Day Before School Starts, Leaves Parents Scrambling Casey Kuhn August 09, 2016
Arizona Farmers Group Discusses How To Reform Foreign Labor Visas Casey Kuhn August 03, 2016
Phoenix Police Identify Another Incident Linked To 'Serial Shooter' Casey Kuhn August 03, 2016
Valley 'Microhospitals' Cater To Niche Market Of Patients Casey Kuhn July 29, 2016
Judge Upholds $2M Food-Stamp Fraud Repayment Casey Kuhn July 28, 2016
Deer Valley School Board Passes $200 Million Budget Casey Kuhn July 27, 2016
Fish In The Desert? Arizona Farmer Nets Sustainable, Commercial Farming Technique Casey Kuhn July 26, 2016
West Valley Educator Testifies To US Senate Subcommittee Casey Kuhn July 22, 2016
Peoria Police Department Issues Body Cameras For Every Officer Casey Kuhn July 21, 2016
Arizona Expert Says New Federal Catfish Regulations A 'Red Herring' Casey Kuhn July 19, 2016
Civil Rights Activists To Protest, March In Phoenix Friday Casey Kuhn July 08, 2016
Mobile Resource Center For Homeless Youth Opens In West Valley Casey Kuhn July 07, 2016

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