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
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
What Arizona audiences can take away from 'Killers of the Flower Moon' Kirsten Dorman Oct. 19, 2023
Tempe has plans for the Hayden Flour Mill and the old Food City on Apache Boulevard Kirsten Dorman Oct. 19, 2023
How Arizonans can file free federal and state taxes in 2024 Kirsten Dorman Oct. 17, 2023
New vaccine expected to give endangered condors protection vs. bird flu Kirsten Dorman
Associated Press
Oct. 16, 2023
Phoenix Pride festival is this weekend. Here's where and how to celebrate Kirsten Dorman Oct. 16, 2023
How to watch this Saturday's annular solar eclipse safely Kirsten Dorman Oct. 13, 2023
Department of Education launches new Education Economic Commission Kirsten Dorman Oct. 13, 2023
Judge rejects woman's request to get back abused dogs Kirsten Dorman Oct. 11, 2023
Phoenix in a legal Catch-22 with 2 lawsuits over 'The Zone' Kirsten Dorman Oct. 10, 2023
Hobbs continues effort to shut down rehab providers accused in scheme Jill Ryan, Kirsten Dorman
Associated Press
Oct. 10, 2023
Online survey asks Scottsdale's thoughts on homelessness Kirsten Dorman Oct. 10, 2023
Woman to appear in court on 100+ animal abuse charges Kirsten Dorman Oct. 9, 2023
Domestic violence trauma multiplied by housing shortage Kirsten Dorman Oct. 6, 2023
What $9B in student loan forgiveness means in AZ Kirsten Dorman Oct. 5, 2023
Report: Super Bowl added $726M to Arizona's GDP Kirsten Dorman Oct. 5, 2023
Mayes, 22 other AGs support proposed FTC rule on fake reviews Kirsten Dorman Oct. 3, 2023
Maricopa County Sheriff Penzone to resign in early 2024 Kirsten Dorman Oct. 2, 2023
Man sentenced for posing as Arizona tribe member to sell artwork Kirsten Dorman
Associated Press
Sept. 29, 2023
EEOC sues AZ pet groomer for sexual harassment and retaliation Kirsten Dorman Sept. 29, 2023

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