Katherine Davis-Young

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Senior Field Correspondent

Katherine Davis-Young is a senior field correspondent. She has produced work for NPR, New England Public Radio, Southern California Public Radio, PRI's The World, Washington Post, Reuters and more.

She has a master’s degree in radio journalism from the USC Annenberg School of Journalism.

She lives in central Phoenix with her husband, two daughters, and ill-behaved cat and dog. Her side-passions include photography, crosswords and hot sauce.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Small Town Arizona Mayors Call For Direct Federal Relief Katherine Davis-Young May 14, 2020
BLM Seeks Comments On Sonoran Desert National Monument Grazing Plan Katherine Davis-Young May 13, 2020
Gyms, Pools To Open As Ducey Relaxes Restrictions Mark Brodie, Steve Goldstein, Katherine Davis-Young May 12, 2020
For High School Seniors, Graduation Season Isn't What They Pictured Katherine Davis-Young May 14, 2020
Phoenix Indian Center Seeks Donations For Navajo Nation Katherine Davis-Young May 8, 2020
Some COVID-19 Testing Sites Underutilized During First 'Blitz' Weekend Katherine Davis-Young May 7, 2020
EPA Grants $1.4M To Phoenix For Contamination Cleanup Katherine Davis-Young May 6, 2020
Q&AZ: Does My Meat Come From A Plant Where There's Been A COVID-19 Outbreak? Katherine Davis-Young May 5, 2020
Phoenix Rosson House Museum Marks 40 Years, But Faces Financial Trouble Katherine Davis-Young May 4, 2020
Arizona's 211 Live Phone Service Restored Katherine Davis-Young April 29, 2020
Worse Air Quality In Phoenix Communities Of Color Could Mean Higher COVID-19 Risk Katherine Davis-Young April 27, 2020
Maricopa County Libraries Launch Curbside Pickup Katherine Davis-Young April 27, 2020
Cooling Centers Open; Water Donations Sought Katherine Davis-Young April 25, 2020
Phoenix Domestic Violence Calls On The Rise Katherine Davis-Young April 26, 2020
Warmer Weather Means More Rattlesnake Bite Risk Katherine Davis-Young April 24, 2020
New AZDHS Surge Line Connects COVID-19 Patients To Hospital Beds Katherine Davis-Young April 22, 2020
4 Ways Arizona Organizations Are Celebrating Earth Day Katherine Davis-Young April 22, 2020
Avondale Sees Mixed Economic Impacts Amid Pandemic Katherine Davis-Young April 21, 2020
Self-Employed Workers, Freelancers Wait For Unemployment Assistance And Answers Katherine Davis-Young April 22, 2020
Maricopa County Works To Prevent COVID-19 Among Homeless Populations Katherine Davis-Young April 19, 2020
Phoenix Doctor Contributes To COVID-19 Neurological Research Katherine Davis-Young April 18, 2020
After Years Of Searching, Bald Eagles Nest Seen In Cactus Katherine Davis-Young April 16, 2020
Grant Program Targets Phoenix Businesses In Low-Income Areas Katherine Davis-Young April 14, 2020
Traffic, Emissions Reduced As Arizonans Stay Home Katherine Davis-Young, Lauren Gilger April 8, 2020
Phoenix Police Department Honors Commander Killed In The Line Of Duty Katherine Davis-Young April 7, 2020