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.

As the host of the podcast "(Un)Affordable," she spent months investigating the causes and effects of the Phoenix metro area’s worsening affordable housing shortage.

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

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

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Arizona Hopes To Expand Beyond Mass Vaccination Sites, But Supply Is Still Limited Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 22, 2021
Arizona Health Department Closes Phoenix Venue After Videos Show Crowded Concert Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 21, 2021
Feb. Appointments For Stadium Sites Fill Within Hours Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 19, 2021
Adults 65 And Older Now Eligible To Receive Vaccine Lauren Gilger, Katherine Davis-Young, Steve Goldstein Jan. 19, 2021
Health Department Says Arizonans With Appointments Will Get Vaccines Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 15, 2021
Q&AZ: What You Need To Know About Getting The Vaccine Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 15, 2021
School Staff, Child Care Workers To Get Own Vaccine Sites Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 14, 2021
AZ Attempts Unprecedented Mass Vaccination Plan As Virus Surges Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 14, 2021
Arizona Reports Record Number Of COVID-19 Deaths Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 12, 2021
Coronavirus Vaccinations Begin At State Farm Stadium Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 11, 2021
State Farm Stadium To Operate As 24/7 Vaccine Site Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 8, 2021
School Staff, Adults Over 75 Can Begin Requesting Vaccines Monday Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 7, 2021
AZ Hospitals Near Capacity As COVID-19 Cases Continue Rising Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 6, 2021
AZ Has More New COVID-19 Cases Per Capita Than Any Other State Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 5, 2021
Additional $300 In Unemployment Benefits Already Being Paid In AZ Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 5, 2021
State GOP Bills Focus On Voting, Dems Concerned Katherine Davis-Young Dec. 26, 2020
Faith Group Calls For Relief As Evictions Loom In AZ Katherine Davis-Young Dec. 25, 2020
SRP Reservoirs Still Full Despite 'Exceptional Drought' Katherine Davis-Young Dec. 25, 2020
Older Arizonans With Mild COVID-19 Cases May Have Outpatient Options Katherine Davis-Young Dec. 23, 2020
Hospitals Urge Caution As AZ Hits COVID-19 ICU Record Katherine Davis-Young Dec. 23, 2020
Hospitals Strained As Mohave County Sees Record-High COVID-19 Cases Katherine Davis-Young Dec. 22, 2020
As COVID-19 Cases Soar, Arizona Scraps Its Own Business Closure Benchmarks Katherine Davis-Young Dec. 21, 2020
AZ Pfizer Vaccine Allocation Expected To Be Reduced Next Week Katherine Davis-Young Dec. 18, 2020
Mass Vaccinations Of Health Care Workers Begin In AZ Katherine Davis-Young Dec. 17, 2020
Health Care Workers Among First To Get COVID-19 Vaccines In AZ Katherine Davis-Young, Steve Goldstein Dec. 17, 2020