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
State agency nominees, transit tax extension on tap for the Legislature this week Mark Brodie June 5, 2023
Díaz: Arizona can't afford $900M on vouchers without accountability Lauren Gilger June 5, 2023
Bettman: NHL still committed to keeping Coyotes in AZ after arena referendum failed Associated Press June 5, 2023
Man accused of causing $50K in damage to Tovrea Castle Sky Schaudt June 5, 2023
Some Indigenous people not happy with proliferation of psychedelic drugs Lauren Gilger June 5, 2023
BBC Look Ahead: Dispute between Ukraine and Russia heads to court Mark Brodie June 5, 2023
Novel takes on the issue of using plantations as venues Lauren Gilger June 5, 2023
This AZ post office picked as one of the world's 11 most beautiful Sativa Peterson June 5, 2023
More Southwest cities may limit development as groundwater dries up Mark Brodie
Alex Hager/KUNC
June 5, 2023
Human Services Campus holds water collection drive Ignacio Ventura June 5, 2023
Hobbs announces $25M to fund border security Ignacio Ventura June 4, 2023
Man gets 33 years for killing county detention officer Chad Snow June 6, 2023
The Valley dresses up, geeks out for Phoenix Fan Fusion Ignacio Ventura June 4, 2023
Tom Horne says he's advertising school vouchers Bridget Dowd June 3, 2023
Officer responsible for Miranda arrest dies at 87 Kirsten Dorman
Associated Press
June 3, 2023
Pima County restricts dog intake as diseases surge Ignacio Ventura June 3, 2023
The speed limit was lowered on a stretch of Interstate 17 Matthew Casey June 3, 2023
Phoenix Union High School District bringing back 6 police officers Bridget Dowd June 2, 2023
Mindfulness helps some Navajo Nation members move past COVID-19 Kathy Ritchie June 5, 2023
Navajo president criticizes ban on new mine leasing around Chaco Canyon Michel Marizco June 2, 2023
Grand Canyon's North Rim is now open with limited services Ignacio Ventura June 2, 2023
Hobbs says she'll push to curb universal private school vouchers Greg Hahne
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
June 2, 2023
Friday NewsCap: Arizona fires its first shot against sprawl Phil Latzman June 2, 2023
AZ ranchers applaud SCOTUS rolling back EPA water oversight Lauren Gilger June 2, 2023
Arizona Republic staff plan walkout to protest Gannett's CEO Andrea Barrios June 1, 2023