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
Navajo Nation To Lift Some COVID-19 Restrictions Katherine Davis-Young March 11, 2021
The Navajo Nation Took A Hard Stance Against COVID-19 — And The Experts Say It Worked Katherine Davis-Young March 12, 2021
The Artist Behind Border Wall Teeter-Totters Unveils New Project Katherine Davis-Young March 11, 2021
AZ Sees Increase In More Transmissible COVID-19 Variant Katherine Davis-Young March 10, 2021
Maricopa County Planning Vaccination Events For Postal, Transit Workers Katherine Davis-Young March 10, 2021
Arizona COVID-19 Cases Hit 4-Month Low Katherine Davis-Young March 9, 2021
AZ Native Americans Report High Rates Of Vaccinations Katherine Davis-Young March 9, 2021
Two-Thirds Of Adults 75 And Older In Maricopa County Are Vaccinated Katherine Davis-Young March 4, 2021
Arizona House OKs Bill On Businesses Ignoring Mask Mandates Katherine Davis-Young
Associated Press
March 4, 2021
Under New Plan, Arizona Expects 45-Year-Olds Can Get Vaccinated In April, 35-Year-Olds In May Katherine Davis-Young March 3, 2021
50,000 Vaccine Appointment Slots Fill In 2 Hours Katherine Davis-Young March 2, 2021
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey Gets COVID-19 Vaccine In Unannounced Event Katherine Davis-Young March 2, 2021
AZ Health Department Expects Increase In Vaccine Supply In March, April Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 26, 2021
Daily Virus Cases Fall Below 1K For First Time In Months Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 25, 2021
As More Arizonans Get Vaccinated, Disparities Continue Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 24, 2021
One-Dose Vaccine Could Soon Arrive In Arizona Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 24, 2021
ASU Playwright Shines Light On Queer, Autistic Representation Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 24, 2021
Registration For Chandler Vaccine Site Opens March 1 Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 22, 2021
Lenten Reflections: Abstaining From Excess During A Pandemic Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 22, 2021
Weather-Related Shipping Delays Continue To Disrupt AZ Vaccine Plans Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 19, 2021
More Than Half Of Maricopa County Residents 75 And Older Have Been Vaccinated Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 18, 2021
AZ Surpasses 800,000 COVID-19 Cases, 15,000 Deaths Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 17, 2021
Weather Delays Arizona's Vaccine Shipments Bridget Dowd, Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 17, 2021
The List Of Vaccine Locations In Arizona Is Growing Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 16, 2021
About 12% Of Maricopa County Residents Have Gotten Vaccine Katherine Davis-Young, Jill Ryan Feb. 15, 2021

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