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
PetSmart To Pay $4.25 Million Fine Over Defective Fish Bowls Christina Estes Nov. 15, 2016
Distracted Walking Leading To Distracted Workplaces Christina Estes Nov. 15, 2016
Valet Parking Arrives At Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Christina Estes Nov. 14, 2016
It’s About More Than Minimum Wage, Arizona Employers Must Also Provide Paid Sick Time Christina Estes Nov. 14, 2016
Why Companies Should Care About Angry Workers Christina Estes Nov. 14, 2016
Thousands Of Arizona Workers To Receive Larger Paychecks With Passing Of Prop 206 Christina Estes Nov. 10, 2016
Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Opens First Indoor Animal Relief Area Christina Estes Nov. 8, 2016
John McCain Re-Elected To The Senate Christina Estes Nov. 8, 2016
Phoenix Police Force Getting More Diverse Christina Estes Nov. 7, 2016
Should You Get Paid To Vote? Scottsdale Company Says Yes, Creates Holiday Christina Estes Nov. 7, 2016
Have You Noticed? Retailers Cutting Clutter, Streamlining Stores Christina Estes Nov. 7, 2016
Would You Eat In A Downtown Phoenix Alley? New Program Could Bring Dining, Artwor Christina Estes Nov. 3, 2016
Phoenix Business Owners Offer Different Takes On Minimum Wage Hike Christina Estes Oct. 31, 2016
For Financial Services Jobs, 'Numbers Work In Favor Of Phoenix' Christina Estes Oct. 30, 2016
Why Ex-London Cop Wants Scotland Yard To Consider Phoenix’s Hiring Process Christina Estes Oct. 27, 2016
Retail Follows Rooftops — Especially In Southeast Valley Christina Estes Oct. 27, 2016
Phoenix Council Approves Nearly $1 Billion Sky Harbor Airport Projects Christina Estes Oct. 26, 2016
Metro Phoenix Ranks First In New Office Space Leasing Christina Estes Oct. 25, 2016
Could Phoenix Soon Have A Latino Cultural Center? Christina Estes Oct. 20, 2016
Phoenix Approves Animal Hoarding Ordinance Christina Estes Oct. 19, 2016
It’s Personal: Why Arizonans Choose John McCain Or Ann Kirkpatrick Christina Estes Oct. 19, 2016
Why Avnet — Arizona’s Highest Revenue-Generating Company — Is Selling Nearly Half Its Business Christina Estes Oct. 18, 2016
Goodbye, Metrocenter Mall: Why A Developer Plans To Demolish A Phoenix Landmark Christina Estes Oct. 13, 2016
Think Economic Recovery Is Weak? Blame Millennials, Slower Population Growth Christina Estes Oct. 11, 2016
Phoenix Officially Recognizes Indigenous Peoples' Day Christina Estes Oct. 6, 2016

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