Casey Kuhn

Senior Field Correspondent

Casey Kuhn is a Senior Field Correspondent covering the West Valley from KJZZ's SPOT 127 youth media center.

She comes to Phoenix from Bloomington, Ind. where she graduated from Indiana University with a B.A. in journalism.

Kuhn fell under the spell of audio storytelling and reporting in college at Bloomington's community public radio station, WFHB. She volunteered there as a reporter and worked her way up to host the half-hour, daily news show.

After graduation she became a multimedia reporter at Bloomington's NPR/PBS affiliate WFIU/WTIU and helped produce the weekly statewide news television show. Her interests in reporting range from endangered species habitat loss to community outreach programs.

Kuhn was born and raised in Cincinnati where her parents instilled in her a love of baseball, dogs and good German beer.

Casey Kuhn
Title Author Publication Date
Supreme Court Declines Appeal From Arizona Over Air Pollution Plan Details Casey Kuhn January 12, 2018
Major Education Group Backs Out Of Lawsuit To Restore School Funding After Governor Pledges More Money Casey Kuhn January 11, 2018
APS Gives $430,000 In Rebates To Glendale For Energy-Efficient Streetlights Casey Kuhn January 10, 2018
Joe Arpaio Says He Will Run For Arizona U.S. Senate Seat Casey Kuhn January 09, 2018
GCU Tries For Nonprofit Status — Again Casey Kuhn January 05, 2018
GCU Announcement Follows Speculation Of Pursuing Not-For-Profit Status Casey Kuhn January 05, 2018
Arizona Utility Companies Send Crews To Help Puerto Rico Casey Kuhn January 03, 2018
County Removes 25 Acres Of Invasive Salt Cedar Trees In Gila River Casey Kuhn January 02, 2018
Arizona Superintendent Douglas 'Disappointed' Judge Blocked Ethnic Studies Ban Casey Kuhn December 29, 2017
Arizona Officials, Feds Sign Agreement Implementing Salt River Horse Protection Law Casey Kuhn December 29, 2017
Maricopa Animal Control Warns Pet Owners To Be Extra Careful Around New Year's Eve Casey Kuhn December 28, 2017
Federal Judge Blocks Arizona Ethnic Studies Ban, Declares It Unconstitutional Casey Kuhn December 28, 2017
Phoenix Day Merges With Community Nonprofit A New Leaf Casey Kuhn December 28, 2017
Arizona Residents Challenge Local, National Regulations On Industrial Farm Emissions Casey Kuhn December 22, 2017
Maricopa County Plans To Close East Valley Shelter, Expand Central Shelter Casey Kuhn December 19, 2017
ASU Moving Thunderbird School To Downtown Phoenix Campus Casey Kuhn December 12, 2017
Arizona DCS Working To Minimize Unnecessary Child Removals Casey Kuhn December 12, 2017
Arizona Starts New, More Strict SNAP Program To Discourage Fraud Casey Kuhn December 10, 2017
PUSD Board Votes Out Superintendent, Cites Performance Evaluation Casey Kuhn December 08, 2017
Alaska USA Credit Union Moving Its Service Center To Glendale Casey Kuhn December 06, 2017
Goodyear Holding Forums On New $32 Million Park Area Casey Kuhn December 05, 2017
Zinke Defends Bears Ears Decision, Tribal Nations Sue Casey Kuhn December 05, 2017
GCU Deals With Diversity Demands As On-Campus Demographics Shift Casey Kuhn December 05, 2017
USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue Meets With Arizona Farmers Casey Kuhn December 01, 2017
Defense: Going Through 'Several Thousand' Documents In Saucedo Trial Preparation Casey Kuhn November 29, 2017