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
New Phoenix program aims to offer jobs, end homelessness Christina Estes March 23, 2022
Phoenix to spend $9M on behavioral health, homeless services Christina Estes March 23, 2022
Maricopa County wants more buildings for voting locations in November Christina Estes March 17, 2022
Survey finds disconnect between employers, employees Christina Estes March 18, 2022
Masks not required at Phoenix facilities; emergency declaration stays Christina Estes March 21, 2022
Deer Valley Airport already preparing for 2023 Super Bowl Christina Estes March 14, 2022
Q&AZ: What's replacing the Deck Park Vista apartments? Christina Estes March 10, 2022
Foreclosure activity jumps; increases expected for 6 months Christina Estes March 10, 2022
Here’s how Phoenix police expects to hire more officers Christina Estes March 9, 2022
Scottsdale mayor takes on apartment projects, vacation rentals Christina Estes March 8, 2022
Tempe will cover intern pay for participating businesses Christina Estes March 8, 2022
Residents take another step toward reclaiming neighborhood park Christina Estes March 7, 2022
Phoenix extends e-scooter program, legalizes e-bikes on city streets Christina Estes March 7, 2022
Tucson preps for 'literary Disneyland' as book festival returns to University of Arizona Christina Estes March 4, 2022
Phoenix hiring more civilians to help understaffed police Christina Estes March 3, 2022
South Phoenix light rail plan focuses on displacement, culture, health Christina Estes March 3, 2022
Frontier Airlines to open Phoenix base for up to 450 crew Christina Estes March 1, 2022
AZ home price gains led nation in 2021; increases expected to slow in 2022 Christina Estes March 1, 2022
Identify theft, impostor scams were top AZ complaints to the FTC Christina Estes March 1, 2022
Phoenix could reimburse Mayo Clinic $40M for new construction Christina Estes Feb. 23, 2022
Development coming to South Mountain corridor Christina Estes Feb. 23, 2022
Phoenix projects $76 million surplus for next budget Christina Estes Feb. 22, 2022
Mesa to help businesses find, keep workers Christina Estes Feb. 28, 2022
Phoenix adopts Vision Zero to reduce pedestrian deaths Christina Estes Feb. 21, 2022
Phoenix to pay landlords $2,000 for low-income renters Christina Estes Feb. 21, 2022

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