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
Wrong text that led to Thanksgiving tradition still going strong 7 years later Kirsten Dorman Nov. 23, 2023
Expert: Arizona's vaccine exemption rate in kindergarten 'just a disaster waiting to happen' Kirsten Dorman Nov. 22, 2023
Solar panels will cut water loss from canals in Gila River Indian Community Kirsten Dorman
Associated Press
Nov. 21, 2023
Phoenix must pay over $220,000 in 'The Zone' suit Kirsten Dorman Nov. 20, 2023
Phoenix unveils Thelda Williams Transit Center Kirsten Dorman Nov. 17, 2023
Will Arizona get any of the over 77K doses of infant RSV vaccine? Kirsten Dorman Nov. 17, 2023
GCU president vows to appeal 'ridiculous' federal fine Kirsten Dorman
Associated Press
Nov. 16, 2023
Ex-comptroller sentenced to 2 years for stealing from AZ tribe Kirsten Dorman
Associated Press
Nov. 14, 2023
Surgeon general visits ASU to talk mental health, social connection Kirsten Dorman Nov. 14, 2023
Here's how Pima County 'Lost Assistance' bracelets work Kirsten Dorman Nov. 9, 2023
Lingering effects of the pandemic on sleep may be giving rise to a new trend: Sleep tourism Kirsten Dorman Nov. 13, 2023
Fecal bacteria shuts down portions of Lake Mead area Kirsten Dorman Nov. 7, 2023
Mesa council OKs Grand Hotel as homeless shelter Kirsten Dorman Nov. 7, 2023
BLM announces advancements in 2 AZ projects Kirsten Dorman Nov. 6, 2023
FBI's Crime in the Nation Report is out. How does Arizona compare? Kirsten Dorman Nov. 6, 2023
Volunteers sought for Psilocybin Research Advisory Council Kirsten Dorman Oct. 30, 2023
100 Miles in 100 Days Challenge starts Nov. 1; Maricopa County offers prizes Kirsten Dorman Oct. 27, 2023
Uber riders can now hail Waymo driverless vehicles Kirsten Dorman Oct. 26, 2023
D-backs World Series ticket prices may leave some fans with sticker shock Kirsten Dorman Oct. 26, 2023
More details on off-duty officers at schools plan Kirsten Dorman Oct. 26, 2023
Critics of 'right to work' laws want to repeal them. Here's why Kirsten Dorman Oct. 26, 2023
Home is where the haunt is for 2 families who love homemade Halloween, their communities Kirsten Dorman Oct. 27, 2023
Coyotes player uses 'pride tape' in opener Kirsten Dorman
Associated Press
Oct. 24, 2023
What happens to CALIPSO satellite after 17 years? Kirsten Dorman Oct. 23, 2023
Sheriff’s Office report shows traffic stops for Latinos are longer and result in more arrests Kirsten Dorman Oct. 23, 2023

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