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
Here's how hot it was in Phoenix every day in July Sky Schaudt, Katherine Davis-Young Aug. 2, 2023
Phoenix heat wave broke record for electricity demand again and again and again Katherine Davis-Young Aug. 1, 2023
The hottest overnight temperatures in Phoenix history raise public health concerns Katherine Davis-Young July 31, 2023
Valley fever is spiking in Phoenix area, data shows Katherine Davis-Young July 27, 2023
New Phoenix Children's emergency department opens in Avondale Katherine Davis-Young July 27, 2023
New Mesa pipeline will send reclaimed water to tribe Katherine Davis-Young July 26, 2023
Phoenix uses city bus for temporary cooling shelter Katherine Davis-Young July 26, 2023
July will likely be hottest month on record for Phoenix Katherine Davis-Young, Greg Hahne July 25, 2023
Methamphetamine is a factor in more than half of Maricopa County heat deaths Katherine Davis-Young July 20, 2023
Phoenix hits at least 110 for 19th straight day, breaking U.S. city records Katherine Davis-Young
Associated Press
July 18, 2023
Keeping Phoenix livable in summer is creating record demand for electricity Katherine Davis-Young July 19, 2023
Heat-related hospital visits are on the rise in metro Phoenix Katherine Davis-Young July 13, 2023
Prepare for monsoon power outages, Phoenix Emergency Office says Katherine Davis-Young July 17, 2023
School districts prepare for excessive heat Katherine Davis-Young July 12, 2023
SRP says it's prepared for demand amid scorching heat Katherine Davis-Young July 11, 2023
New measures taken to reduce heat-related deaths in Phoenix Katherine Davis-Young July 10, 2023
Phoenix Mayor Gallego heads to South Korea, Japan and Taiwan Katherine Davis-Young July 7, 2023
Gallego announces paternity leave from Congress Katherine Davis-Young July 7, 2023
Kelly, Sinema urge USDA approval of Valley fever vaccine for dogs Katherine Davis-Young July 6, 2023
FBI interviews Rusty Bowers in 2020 election probe Katherine Davis-Young July 6, 2023
Arizona Burn Center has some grilling safety reminders Katherine Davis-Young July 3, 2023
Burn Center sees spike in injuries from hot pavement Katherine Davis-Young June 28, 2023
Arizona will spend more to address homelessness this fiscal year than it ever has before Katherine Davis-Young June 29, 2023
Growth can continue amid water limits, panel tells Board of Supervisors Katherine Davis-Young June 26, 2023
A year after Dobbs decision, Arizonans face increased barriers to abortion Katherine Davis-Young June 22, 2023