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 Phoenix, Estes has worked for a variety of news outlets and covered presidential campaigns, state and local politics, education and business.

Estes has used her journalism experience to write a mystery novel featuring a Phoenix reporter. It will be published in 2023.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Goodyear opens new city hall, library, park and office building downtown Christina Estes Aug. 4, 2022
Judge rules in favor of Phoenix candidate who rented house for election Christina Estes Aug. 3, 2022
Survey: Homebuyers more optimistic about housing inventory Christina Estes Aug. 2, 2022
How sports, leisure, convention industries are dealing with inflation, labor costs Christina Estes Aug. 5, 2022
Phoenix candidate admits renting house for eligibility Christina Estes Aug. 1, 2022
Free tuition, books for eligible Maricopa Community Colleges students Christina Estes July 28, 2022
Ideas for Phoenix firehouse restaurant include old hoses as outdoor swings, keeping tower Christina Estes July 27, 2022
Electric vehicle rides, charging stations and more at Tempe expo Friday Christina Estes July 27, 2022
Honeywell to lay off 133 employees when Buckeye plant closes Christina Estes July 21, 2022
When will cannabis ads start airing on Arizona TV, radio stations? Christina Estes July 21, 2022
How higher prices are impacting back-to-school shopping Christina Estes July 19, 2022
Report ranks Phoenix 16th for tech talent Christina Estes July 19, 2022
How Phoenix, SRP and federal government will address canal encampments Christina Estes July 15, 2022
Jerome police warn residents to stop yelling at tourists Christina Estes
Associated Press
July 15, 2022
Mekong Plaza breaks ground on expansion in Mesa's Asian district Christina Estes July 14, 2022
Here’s when construction costs should return to more normal levels Christina Estes July 14, 2022
Value shopping and malls top retail expectations for rest of 2022 Christina Estes July 13, 2022
Theft, mass shootings top safety concerns among traveling Americans Christina Estes July 18, 2022
Tempe touts 'most diverse city council in Maricopa County' Christina Estes July 12, 2022
California bans state-funded travel to AZ over legislation Christina Estes July 7, 2022
Report finds metro Phoenix franchise rate lower than national rate Christina Estes July 7, 2022
Pandemic, labor shortage has grocers investing more in technology Christina Estes July 6, 2022
Why back-to-school shoppers could be disappointed Christina Estes July 6, 2022
Why a Phoenix councilmember voted against $1M in arts grants Christina Estes July 5, 2022
Phoenix fire hydrant replacements, repairs falling behind Christina Estes July 5, 2022