Christina Estes

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Senior Field Correspondent - Downtown

As a senior field correspondent, Christina Estes focuses on stories that impact our economy, your wallet and public policy.

During her 20-plus years reporting in Arizona, Estes has worked for a variety of news outlets and covered presidential campaigns, state and local politics, education and business.

Like many Midwest transplants, Estes enjoys spending winters on the patio — especially reading a good mystery while lying in a hammock.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Scottsdale Resumes In-Person City Council Meetings Christina Estes June 17, 2021
No Masks Required At Most Phoenix City Buildings Christina Estes June 17, 2021
'Amazing' Opportunities Coming To Former Kmart Christina Estes June 17, 2021
Phoenix Street Signs To Honor Murdered Arizona Republic Reporter Don Bolles Christina Estes June 17, 2021
Polish Company To Open N. American Data Center In Mesa Christina Estes June 15, 2021
County Wants To Know Pandemic’s Impact On Health Christina Estes June 15, 2021
Nearly 19,000 Delinquent City Of Phoenix Water Customers Owe $9.6 Million Christina Estes June 14, 2021
Phoenix Approves More Financial Relief For Arts And Culture Christina Estes June 9, 2021
How Phoenix Plans To Help Small Businesses Christina Estes June 9, 2021
Arizona Employer Expands Paid College Program Christina Estes June 3, 2021
Here's A Look at Scottsdale's $27M Civic Center Rebuild Plan Christina Estes June 3, 2021
Phoenix Council Approves Grand Canal Project Christina Estes June 3, 2021
Phoenix Settles Rape Claim Against Former Police Officer Christina Estes June 2, 2021
When Will The Phoenix Housing Market See An End To The 'Runaway Prices'? Christina Estes June 1, 2021
How Do Arizona’s Vaccination Rates Compare? Christina Estes June 1, 2021
Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Removes Historic Mural Christina Estes May 31, 2021
Why Do Phoenix Area Cities Rank In Bottom Third For Parks? Christina Estes May 31, 2021
Does Phoenix Need To Offer Tax Breaks To Developers? Christina Estes May 26, 2021
Survey: Valley Travel Plans Higher Than U.S. Average Christina Estes May 25, 2021
Survey: AZ Small Businesses Requested Help More Than Most Christina Estes May 25, 2021
Why AZ Cities Oppose Governor’s Flat Tax Proposal Christina Estes May 20, 2021
Phoenix Relaxes Mask Mandate, Lets Businesses Set Rules Christina Estes May 19, 2021
Phoenix Offers Free Swim Lessons, Extends Pool Season Christina Estes May 19, 2021
Phoenix Vice Mayor Suggests Cash Payments To People Hurt By Pandemic Christina Estes May 19, 2021
'Defund The Police' Advocates Disappointed By Budget Christina Estes, Lauren Gilger May 17, 2021

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