Katherine Davis-Young

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Senior Field Correspondent

Katherine Davis-Young is a senior field correspondent. She has produced work for NPR, New England Public Radio, Southern California Public Radio, PRI's The World, Washington Post, Reuters and more.

As the host of the podcast "(Un)Affordable," she spent months investigating the causes and effects of the Phoenix metro area’s worsening affordable housing shortage.

She has a master’s degree in radio journalism from the USC Annenberg School of Journalism.

She lives in central Phoenix with her husband, daughter, and ill-behaved cat and dog. Her side-passions include photography, crosswords and hot sauce.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
ASU Zine Collection Preserves History Through Self-Published Expression Katherine Davis-Young May 21, 2021
AZ Vaccination Rate Remains Below U.S. Average Katherine Davis-Young May 20, 2021
Navajo Nation Will Keep Its Mask Requirement For Now Katherine Davis-Young May 19, 2021
What Do You Do If You Lose Your Vaccination Card In AZ? Katherine Davis-Young May 20, 2021
Months Into Rollout, Vaccination Rates Among Arizona Latinos Continue To Lag Katherine Davis-Young May 18, 2021
CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Unmask Katherine Davis-Young May 13, 2021
Vaccinations Begin For Arizona Kids 12 To 15 Years Old Katherine Davis-Young May 13, 2021
Embry Health Wants To Vaccinate 30,000 Arizonans This Week Katherine Davis-Young May 13, 2021
Kids 12-15 Could Get Vaccinated As Early As Thursday Katherine Davis-Young May 11, 2021
Q&AZ: Can AZ COVID-19 Death Rate Truly Be So High? Katherine Davis-Young May 10, 2021
AZ Demand For COVID-19 Vaccines Continues To Decline Katherine Davis-Young May 6, 2021
Dignity Health Pays $10M In Billing Fraud Settlement Katherine Davis-Young May 5, 2021
More AZ Doctor's Offices Will Provide COVID-19 Vaccines Katherine Davis-Young April 30, 2021
As Drought Continues, AZ Prepares For Water Cuts In 2022 Katherine Davis-Young April 29, 2021
Website Offers Legal Help, Eviction Resources To Tenants Katherine Davis-Young April 28, 2021
State-Run Vaccine Sites All Taking Walk-Ins Now Katherine Davis-Young April 27, 2021
AZ Opens Another Mass Vaccination Site, But Demand Is Slowing Katherine Davis-Young, Vaughan Jones April 22, 2021
As B.1.1.7 Variant Becomes Dominant In Arizona, Younger People Are At Risk Katherine Davis-Young, Jill Ryan April 21, 2021
Arizona's Vaccination Rate Is Falling Behind U.S. Average Katherine Davis-Young April 20, 2021
Diedrick Brackens Weaves New Chapter In African American Art Katherine Davis-Young April 20, 2021
How Phoenix Boutique Mucho Más Got Bigger During Pandemic Katherine Davis-Young May 26, 2021
Arizona Highways Magazine Examines Role Of Horses In State History Katherine Davis-Young April 19, 2021
Phoenix Couple React To Police Stopping Porch Concerts Katherine Davis-Young April 16, 2021
New Hotline Provides Vaccine Information To Spanish Speakers In AZ Katherine Davis-Young April 15, 2021
As Moderna Develops COVID-19 Vaccine For Children, AZ Kids Volunteer Katherine Davis-Young April 14, 2021