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
Maricopa using crisis intervention team to help police, fire Christina Estes Dec. 28, 2021
These were KJZZ's 3 most-viewed business stories in 2021 Christina Estes Dec. 27, 2021
Average Phoenix household seeking rent relief has received $7,600 Christina Estes Dec. 28, 2021
Phoenix may revise streets policy to recoup costs from developers Christina Estes Dec. 27, 2021
Most U.S. imported Christmas decorations come from China, Cambodia Christina Estes Dec. 21, 2021
Study: Airports, aerospace and defense brought $121B to AZ Christina Estes Dec. 20, 2021
Phoenix OKs plan to replace 1,000+ old fire hydrants Christina Estes Dec. 16, 2021
California company completes sale of Bashas' Christina Estes Dec. 16, 2021
Vaccinated Phoenix workers to get more in premium pay Christina Estes Dec. 15, 2021
Mesa Arts District Lofts to welcome residents in 2023 Christina Estes Dec. 20, 2021
The city of Phoenix could boost landlord incentives to rent to low-income residents Christina Estes Dec. 14, 2021
Metrocenter Mall will be demolished. Here's what's next Christina Estes Dec. 9, 2021
Arizona joins 'Lottery tickets are not child’s play' campaign Christina Estes Dec. 13, 2021
Nogales students decorate AZ Christmas tree in D.C. Christina Estes Dec. 13, 2021
Phoenix halts COVID-19 vaccine mandate for 14,000 employees — but it could return Christina Estes Dec. 8, 2021
Mesa surveys residents to rate climate actions and parks system Christina Estes Dec. 3, 2021
Phoenix has money but not people to fund more afterschool programs Christina Estes Dec. 2, 2021
Phoenix City Council approves police plan to add security cameras downtown Christina Estes Dec. 1, 2021
Phoenix has $8 million to give micro and small businesses hurt by COVID-19 Christina Estes Nov. 30, 2021
Arizona Lottery reports a record $1.4 billion sales Christina Estes Nov. 30, 2021
Phoenix council to vote on premium pay for essential, vaccinated employees Christina Estes Nov. 30, 2021
Phoenix has 709 fire hydrants that don't work and 2,000 that need to be fixed or replaced Christina Estes Nov. 29, 2021
Former Sam’s Club in Chandler now home to Airstream franchise Christina Estes Nov. 27, 2021
Poll finds men more likely to admit to financial infidelity Christina Estes Nov. 28, 2021
Phoenix to reconsider vaccine mandate for employees Christina Estes Nov. 23, 2021

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