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

Estes has used her journalism experience to write a mystery novel featuring a Phoenix reporter. It will be published in 2023.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Tribes to build housing with federal money Matthew Casey May 29, 2023
Haaland: Mexico’s failure to protect porpoise undermines wildlife treaty Kendal Blust May 26, 2023
COVID-19 conspiracies continue in second day of hearings Katherine Davis-Young May 26, 2023
Mohave official speaks against national monument Greg Hahne May 26, 2023
Mexico’s transparency body INAI remains paralyzed Kendal Blust May 26, 2023
Arizona ranks 30th in overall health for older adults Kathy Ritchie May 29, 2023
Veterans worry about potential consequences of U.S. default Kathy Ritchie May 26, 2023
Suspect charged in the killing, burning of a man in 'The Zone' Kirsten Dorman May 30, 2023
Researchers use AI to fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria Nicholas Gerbis May 26, 2023
3 small fires simmering in the Coconino National Forest Michel Marizco May 26, 2023
Family of man killed by Border Patrol says he was 'shot down at his doorstep' Alisa Reznick May 26, 2023
The lawsuit against Arizona Interstate 11 can continue, judge says Jill Ryan, Ron Dungan
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
May 26, 2023
Arizona AG joins 21 others to ask court to uphold gun-sale restrictions Kirsten Dorman May 26, 2023
Pima County reports first pediatric flu death since 2022 Bridget Dowd May 26, 2023
NewsCap: What's next for Kari Lake's appeal Mark Brodie May 26, 2023
It seems like we're being asked to tip everywhere. An expert on gratuity rules Lauren Gilger May 26, 2023
Coconino County received millions for flood mitigation — but the dangers aren't over Michel Marizco May 26, 2023
Rebar is out, fiber is in: Valley Metro finishes light rail slabs for latest extension Nicholas Gerbis May 25, 2023
Mexico’s president says spying on official was not carried out by military Kendal Blust May 26, 2023
Hobbs' chief of staff Allie Bones resigns Kirsten Dorman May 25, 2023
Mexico announces new temporary work permits for Central Americans Kendal Blust May 26, 2023
COVID-19 skeptics speak in first day of special hearings at AZ Capitol Katherine Davis-Young May 25, 2023
Attendees speak out against AZ Medicaid fraud scheme targeting tribes Kirsten Dorman May 25, 2023
BLM issues fire restrictions in western AZ for Memorial Day weekend Greg Hahne May 25, 2023
Hobbs: Ducey's $50M ARPA school voucher agreement is illegal Bridget Dowd May 25, 2023