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
AZ, other states shift approach to COVID contact tracing Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 9, 2022
AZ COVID-19 cases are still extremely high, but falling fast Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 8, 2022
Vaccines help, but omicron drove breakthrough cases Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 3, 2022
Maricopa County's hotel for homeless COVID-19 patients has sheltered thousands Katherine Davis-Young Feb. 1, 2022
Maricopa County program addresses nurse shortage Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 27, 2022
What new FDA guidelines for monoclonal antibodies mean for AZ Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 27, 2022
2 years after AZ's 1st COVID cases, health care system still straining Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 26, 2022
Navajo Nation keeps cases lower than Arizona amid omicron surge Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 25, 2022
Arizona COVID-19 hospitalizations may not peak until mid-February Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 24, 2022
As hospitals strain under COVID-19, flu cases increase Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 20, 2022
1 in 4 Arizonans will likely be infected by omicron Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 19, 2022
Maricopa Association of Governments to resume annual homelessness survey Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 18, 2022
How to order at-home COVID-19 tests for free Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 18, 2022
Omicron puts biggest strain on Arizona since the pandemic's start Lauren Gilger, Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 17, 2022
2 records in 3 days: Arizona reports record-breaking 20,257 COVID-19 cases Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 14, 2022
Health workers want more action from Ducey. His office urges vaccines Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 13, 2022
More than 25,000 Arizonans have died from COVID-19 Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 13, 2022
AZDHS has no new plans as cases hit record high Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 12, 2022
Even lowball estimates show virus cases setting records Nicholas Gerbis, Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 12, 2022
AZ reports record-breaking 18,783 COVID-19 infections Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 12, 2022
Banner Health reports delays, staffing shortages amid omicron surge Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 11, 2022
Arizona health care workers say the hospital crisis is here, call for COVID-19 mitigation policy Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 7, 2022
Phoenix quarantine hotel for homeless patients is filling quickly Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 7, 2022
COVID-19 surge leaves clinics short-staffed Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 6, 2022
Omicron drives steep surge in Arizona COVID-19 cases Katherine Davis-Young Jan. 5, 2022

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