Kirsten Dorman

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Field Correspondent

Kirsten Dorman is a field correspondent at KJZZ. Dorman started with KJZZ as an intern in 2022.

Born and raised in New Jersey, Dorman fell in love with audio storytelling as a freshman at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in 2019.

Throughout her time there, she worked as a reporter for the State Press, Arizona State University's independent student-run news publication. She occupied several positions at ASU's student radio station, Blaze Radio, including a year as its production director.

Working with other students inspired Dorman to continue telling stories through sound after graduating with her bachelor's degree in 2022. As una periodista bilingue and a proud boricua, Dorman is thrilled to serve the Valley by bringing stories that ask tough questions and examine a variety of interesting topics.

When she's away from her desk, Dorman is an avid fiction reader. She enjoys cooking, pop punk music and making Pinterest boards.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Hobbs: Local prosecutors can't charge abortion cases Wayne Schutsky, Kirsten Dorman
Howard Fischer / Capitol Media Services
April 12, 2024
Horne criticizes Hobbs veto of cellphones in school bill Kirsten Dorman April 12, 2024
Here's when AZ gas prices are expected to drop Kirsten Dorman April 11, 2024
Pat's Run commemorates 20 years in Tempe this weekend Kirsten Dorman April 11, 2024
New rideshare service for women, by women Kirsten Dorman April 11, 2024
Rabies warning after 2 attacks by fox in Tucson area Kirsten Dorman April 10, 2024
The Colorado River loses more than 19M acre-feet of water annually, but where does it go? Kirsten Dorman April 10, 2024
UA professor has a plan to help prevent nurses from developing work-related asthma Kirsten Dorman April 15, 2024
Could vaccines work against substance-use disorders? Schweikert wants to find out Kirsten Dorman April 8, 2024
TSMC gets $6.6B to expand microchip facilities in AZ Associated Press, Jill Ryan, Kirsten Dorman April 8, 2024
Dueling initiatives on tipped workers aim for ballot Kirsten Dorman April 6, 2024
Glendale's short-term rental rules won't be focus on Final Four weekend Ignacio Ventura, Kirsten Dorman April 6, 2024
ASU professor's article asks: Can social media users tell when they're being advertised to? Kirsten Dorman April 8, 2024
Supervisors appoint replacement for Jevin Hodge Kirsten Dorman April 4, 2024
Tucson researchers will study Sun from 47,000 feet during total solar eclipse Kirsten Dorman April 5, 2024
Schweikert introduces bill to expedite vaccines against substance-use disorders Kirsten Dorman April 1, 2024
Glendale Public Library eliminates late fees Kirsten Dorman March 30, 2024
Lawmakers advance bill to change requirements for public school group showers Kirsten Dorman
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
March 27, 2024
NIH grants $750K to a UA researcher. Here's what she's studying Kirsten Dorman March 27, 2024
As libraries struggle with e-book and audiobook costs, how do AZ's libraries fare? Kirsten Dorman April 1, 2024
Man gets prison for voicemails threatening Hobbs Associated Press, Kirsten Dorman March 25, 2024
CDC: Racial, ethnic groups shoulder more negative health effects from unmet needs Kirsten Dorman March 25, 2024
Bill to protect transit workers under aggravated assault laws advances Kirsten Dorman March 22, 2024
ASU Inclusive Communities training is focus of suit Kirsten Dorman March 21, 2024
Presidential Preference Election set for Tuesday Ben Giles, Kirsten Dorman March 18, 2024