Jill Ryan

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Field Correspondent/Producer

Jill Ryan joined KJZZ in 2020 as a morning reporter, and she is currently a field correspondent and Morning Edition producer. Ryan received her master’s degree in investigative reporting from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Communication.

At ASU, she participated in multiple investigative reporting projects, and her work has been seen in the Houston Chronicle, the Boston Globe, the Arizona Republic and of course KJZZ News. She also wrote for the Knight-Cronkite News Lab, a website that publishes stories about new innovations in television news and the journalists and meteorologists behind those outlets.

During her undergrad, at Stony Brook University in Long Island, New York, she interned for NPR-affiliate WSHU Public Radio and then became a news fellow for her entire senior year. She fell in love with radio, and in her spare time she enjoys listening to podcasts like KJZZ's Sun Up, RadioLab and the Hidden Brain.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Phoenix starts issuing notices to vacate 'The Zone' Jill Ryan May 2, 2023
Mesa sports facility owner files for bankruptcy Jill Ryan May 2, 2023
Groups say there are too many wild horses on the Salt River Jill Ryan April 28, 2023
Texas man pleads guilty after posting threats against county recorder Jill Ryan April 27, 2023
Homelessness in Maricopa County is up 7% Jill Ryan, Katherine Davis-Young April 25, 2023
Job fairs, resources for people with criminal records Jill Ryan April 25, 2023
In the debate over gender identity and sports, roller derby seems to have it figured out Jill Ryan April 25, 2023
Evacuations ordered after flooding in small Arizona town Jill Ryan
Associated Press
April 24, 2023
$5 a gallon becoming a common sight in the Valley Jill Ryan April 21, 2023
Fontes urging AZ Legislature to allocate more money for 2024 election preparation Jill Ryan April 21, 2023
Hobbs vetoes 4 more bills, calling them ineffective, confusing and unnecessary Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
April 18, 2023
Gas prices are still up, especially in AZ Jill Ryan April 14, 2023
Turf Paradise horse racetrack in Phoenix is up for sale Jill Ryan April 14, 2023
Former Rep. Liz Harris will be replaced after expulsion Jill Ryan April 14, 2023
Judge affirms stricter interpretation of federal mining law Jill Ryan
Associated Press
April 13, 2023
Arizona court upholds clergy privilege in LDS child abuse case Jill Ryan
Associated Press
April 12, 2023
Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb is running for U.S. Senate Jill Ryan April 11, 2023
Judge makes permanent order to improve the way AZ delivers prison health care Jill Ryan
Associated Press
April 10, 2023
Arizona judge skeptical of suit seeking to execute prisoner Jill Ryan
Associated Press
April 7, 2023
Arizona is expected to have an active wildfire season Jill Ryan April 6, 2023
Bill would bar secretary of state from certain election duties Jill Ryan
Bob Christie, Capitol Media Services
April 5, 2023
Hobbs must appear in court on pause of executions Jill Ryan
Associated Press
April 3, 2023
Hobbs signs legislation that helps forced-out mobile home residents Jill Ryan March 31, 2023
Snowmelt and flooding impacting Maricopa County’s Regional Park system Jill Ryan March 30, 2023
A list of all the bills Gov. Hobbs has vetoed so far Ben Giles, Sky Schaudt, Greg Hahne, Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
March 30, 2023