Wayne Schutsky

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Field Correspondent

Wayne Schutsky is a broadcast field correspondent covering Arizona politics on KJZZ. He has over a decade of experience as a journalist reporting on local communities in Arizona and the state Capitol.

Schutsky previously contributed to the Arizona Capitol Times and edited the Yellow Sheet Report, an insider tip sheet focused on Arizona politics, from 2021 to 2023. He was the managing editor for the Scottsdale Progress newspaper from 2018 to 2021 and previously reported for the East Valley Tribune, Gilbert Sun News and Arcadia News. His coverage has received recognition from the Arizona Press Club and the Arizona Newspapers Association.

When he’s not chasing scoops, Schutsky enjoys watching baseball, drinking bourbon and spending time with his wife and two sons.

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
Arizona launches financial assistance program for 1st-time homebuyers Wayne Schutsky April 12, 2024
Hobbs appoints 2 new Arizona Board of Regents members Wayne Schutsky April 12, 2024
These Arizona GOP lawmakers voted to support 1864 abortion law. Now, they want to repeal it Wayne Schutsky, Camryn Sanchez April 10, 2024
Phoenix City Council picks Carlos Galindo-Elvira to fill vacancy Wayne Schutsky April 10, 2024
Democrats, and some Republicans, call for repeal of AZ 1864 near-total abortion ban Wayne Schutsky April 9, 2024
Second Gentleman visits AZ campaign volunteers Wayne Schutsky April 8, 2024
Phoenix City Council will appoint a new member for District 7 on Tuesday Wayne Schutsky April 8, 2024
Fontes wants Hamadeh to pay $36K for failed election suit Wayne Schutsky April 5, 2024
Navajo lawmaker: Schools should make eclipse a holiday Wayne Schutsky April 5, 2024
Prominent GOP lawmakers aren't seeking reelection Wayne Schutsky April 5, 2024
Rep. Marcelino Quiñonez resigns, 6th Democrat to leave Arizona Legislature in 2024 Wayne Schutsky April 4, 2024
Arizona lawmakers want to put 'shot clocks' on local zoning decisions Wayne Schutsky April 4, 2024
Israeli diplomat speaks about Hamas, strike that killed aid workers at Arizona Capitol Wayne Schutsky April 4, 2024
Without a budget, lawmakers could work 1 day a week Wayne Schutsky April 2, 2024
SRP election candidates accuse CEO of interference Wayne Schutsky April 1, 2024
Peoria files lawsuit against former city attorney, mayor Wayne Schutsky March 29, 2024
Following Dem opposition, Hobbs signs 'tamale bill' she killed last year Camryn Sanchez, Wayne Schutsky March 29, 2024
Judge: Lake can't legally challenge Richer's defamation allegations Wayne Schutsky March 28, 2024
GOP, Dems trade barbs about slow budget talks Wayne Schutsky, Camryn Sanchez March 27, 2024
GOP bill allows developers to challenge AZ's water determinations Wayne Schutsky March 27, 2024
Prickly podcast: Little-known election with big impact Wayne Schutsky March 27, 2024
Kari Lake wants to avoid a defamation trial. Stephen Richer says that proves she lied Wayne Schutsky March 26, 2024
Sen. Eva Burch hopes her personal story will boost abortion rights campaign in Arizona Wayne Schutsky March 27, 2024
AZ Board of Education scraps new rules for school voucher program Wayne Schutsky March 25, 2024

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