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
Sky Harbor passenger traffic nearing pre-COVID levels Christina Estes May 2, 2022
Stage 1 fire restrictions start May 5 in AZ national forests Michel Marizco, Christina Estes April 29, 2022
Arizona Super Bowl Committee aims to raise $50M for 2023 game Christina Estes May 2, 2022
Audit finds faults with Arizona optometry board’s handling of public information Christina Estes May 2, 2022
Phoenix parking deal with Metrocenter developer could cost $68M Christina Estes April 27, 2022
See what’s coming down, going up at Metrocenter site Christina Estes April 27, 2022
Surprise and Maricopa County partner to build a $26 million multigenerational center Christina Estes April 25, 2022
12 rural health care groups to get $5 million in federal funds Christina Estes April 21, 2022
Phoenix's summer heat response plan includes a new homeless shelter, water for hikers Christina Estes April 28, 2022
Phoenix will ban open fires in desert parks starting May 1 Christina Estes April 21, 2022
Why Phoenix City Council thinks $12 million for a former Kmart building is a good buy Christina Estes April 20, 2022
National Retail Federation predicts 6-8% sales increase amid uncertainty Christina Estes April 19, 2022
Mesa holding volunteer recruitment fair April 20 at arts center Christina Estes April 18, 2022
How Phoenix could have 280,000 electric vehicles by 2030 Christina Estes April 14, 2022
Refugee community urges council to support community center Christina Estes April 13, 2022
Phoenix-area consumers paying 11% more than in 2021 Christina Estes April 12, 2022
How Arizona business owners are planning to stay local Christina Estes April 11, 2022
Phoenix leaders pushing to hire public health adviser Christina Estes April 11, 2022
Half of Phoenix pools will be closed this summer Christina Estes April 7, 2022
Phoenix task force wants homeless shelters, services spread across city Christina Estes April 6, 2022
More international flights, fewer business travelers at Sky Harbor Christina Estes April 5, 2022
Why Arizona could soon see an influx of Canadians Christina Estes April 5, 2022
Survey helps Surprise target new retail, restaurants Christina Estes March 28, 2022
Why Phoenix taxpayers could cover travel, Super Bowl tickets for developers Christina Estes March 24, 2022
New Phoenix program aims to offer jobs, end homelessness Christina Estes March 23, 2022