Christina Estes

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Senior Field Correspondent - Downtown

As a senior field correspondent, Christina Estes focuses on stories that impact our economy, your wallet and public policy.

During her 15-plus years reporting in Arizona, Estes has worked for a variety of news outlets and covered presidential campaigns, state and local politics, education and business.

Like many Midwest transplants, Estes enjoys spending winters on the patio — especially reading a good mystery while lying in a hammock.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
'A Little Miracle': How Phoenix Will Preserve City Jobs, Services Christina Estes, Mark Brodie June 30, 2020
AZ Company Settles Discrimination Charges Christina Estes June 29, 2020
Thanks To Phoenix Residents, Old Kmart Has Bright Future Christina Estes June 29, 2020
Phoenix To Demolish Senior Complex Christina Estes June 24, 2020
Phoenix Homeless Plan Strategies: Outreach, Cleanup Christina Estes, Lauren Gilger June 23, 2020
'The Place To Go': Metrocenter Mall Closing Christina Estes June 20, 2020
Phoenix Council OKs Mask Requirement Christina Estes June 19, 2020
Despite Calls To Defund Police, Phoenix Adopts Budget Christina Estes June 17, 2020
How Phoenix’s Affordable Housing Plan Will Change Neighborhoods Christina Estes, Steve Goldstein June 17, 2020
Will Business Crisis Be 'Over And Done With' In 6 Months? Christina Estes June 15, 2020
FEMA Ships Masks To Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Christina Estes June 15, 2020
How COVID-19 Is Impacting Phoenix Parking Revenue Christina Estes June 11, 2020
How Phoenix Aging Group Will Spend $700,000 In COVID-19 Funds Christina Estes June 10, 2020
Phoenix Senior Centers To Get COVID-19 Remodels Christina Estes June 9, 2020
Phoenix Finds More Money For Police Oversight Christina Estes, Lauren Gilger, Steve Goldstein June 8, 2020
How Scottsdale Tourism Plans To Recover From COVID-19 Christina Estes June 8, 2020
Company Works To Help Women In Prison Build Careers Christina Estes June 9, 2020
Phoenix Budget In Limbo Over Police Department Oversight Office Christina Estes, Mark Brodie June 4, 2020
Why Phoenix Leaders Won’t Open City Pools Christina Estes June 3, 2020
Phoenix Gives $1 Million In To Domestic Violence Shelters Christina Estes June 3, 2020
'It’s Disheartening': Arizona Business On COVID-19, Vandalism Christina Estes June 2, 2020
Local First Arizona: Prioritize Black Communities, Businesses Christina Estes June 2, 2020
Gov. Ducey Says Arizona Leaders Requested Curfew, But Who Are They? Christina Estes May 31, 2020
Report: AZ Among States With Highest Seat-Belt Use Christina Estes June 1, 2020
How AZ Hotels And Resorts Can Be Certified 'Safe And Clean' Christina Estes May 28, 2020

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