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
Four Corners region states report high COVID-19 cases Katherine Davis-Young Nov. 16, 2021
Researchers have a Valley fever vaccine for dogs — and that's good news for humans Katherine Davis-Young Nov. 15, 2021
Rising AZ COVID-19 cases among unvaccinated causing more infections among vaccinated Katherine Davis-Young Nov. 10, 2021
Ducey: Federal vaccine rules for workers will burden AZ businesses Katherine Davis-Young Nov. 4, 2021
AZ COVID-19 plateau continues to strain hospitals Katherine Davis-Young Nov. 3, 2021
More than 95% of workers met vaccine deadlines at AZ hospitals Katherine Davis-Young Nov. 2, 2021
The vaccination deadline is here for tens of thousands of Arizona health care workers Katherine Davis-Young Nov. 1, 2021
COVID-19 cases are rising again on the Navajo Nation Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 28, 2021
UA says it has a vaccine that prevents Valley fever in dogs Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 27, 2021
Apache County reports highest rate of recent COVID-19 cases in Arizona Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 26, 2021
Arizona shelters are seeing a spike in demand for services Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 25, 2021
Arizona's health department encourages booster shots for eligible adults Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 21, 2021
Q&AZ: Can COVID-19 masks help prevent Valley fever? Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 20, 2021
Maricopa County is planning ahead to get kids vaccinated Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 19, 2021
COVID-19 cases fall steeply nationwide but plateau in AZ Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 19, 2021
AZ hospitals remain busy as COVID-19 slows Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 13, 2021
Booster shots drive uptick in demand for vaccines in AZ Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 12, 2021
Chandler extends deadline for public housing waitlist Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 7, 2021
Arizona hospitals are busier than ever Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 6, 2021
APS increase could mean compensation for tribes Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 5, 2021
Arizona's gap between white and Latino vaccination rates is still among nation's widest Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 4, 2021
20,000 Arizonans have died from COVID-19 Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 1, 2021
Arizona charities need landlords to help house Afghan refugees Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 1, 2021
St. Mary's Food Bank Needs More Volunteers Ahead Of Holiday Season Katherine Davis-Young Sept. 30, 2021
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Slowing, AZ ICUs Still 92% Full Katherine Davis-Young Sept. 29, 2021

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