Christina Estes

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Senior Field Correspondent - Downtown

As a senior field correspondent, Christina Estes focuses on stories that impact our economy, your wallet and public policy.

During her 20-plus years reporting in Arizona, Estes has worked for a variety of news outlets and covered presidential campaigns, state and local politics, education and business.

Like many Midwest transplants, Estes enjoys spending winters on the patio — especially reading a good mystery while lying in a hammock.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Phoenix To Add Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Christina Estes May 10, 2021
'Left Out' Phoenix Neighbors Claim Partial Development Victory Christina Estes May 10, 2021
Phoenix’s Plan To Reopen Senior, Community Centers Christina Estes May 5, 2021
Phoenix Assistant City Manager: Police 'Largely Defunded' In Proposed Budget Christina Estes May 4, 2021
How Some Companies Help Customers Avoid Mother's Day Christina Estes May 5, 2021
What Was Phoenix Like 50 Years Ago? Here's A Look Back Christina Estes, Nicholas Gerbis, Kathy Ritchie May 3, 2021
Phoenix Could Pay Developer To Build Street In Laveen Christina Estes May 3, 2021
How Will Phoenix City Council Spend 'Once In A Lifetime' Money? Christina Estes April 28, 2021
Phoenix Debates How To Spend $416M In Federal Funds Christina Estes April 26, 2021
Phoenix Pledges Tree Equity For All Neighborhoods By 2030 Christina Estes April 22, 2021
Phoenix Residents Lose 'David And Goliath' Zoning Case Christina Estes April 22, 2021
Phoenix Fares Better Than Nation For Self-Isolation Homes Christina Estes April 26, 2021
Phoenix Parks Has New Smoke-Free Policy Christina Estes April 20, 2021
Phoenix Mayor, 4 Council Members Sworn In Monday Christina Estes April 19, 2021
Homelessness, Public Safety, Climate Action: Key Issues For New Phoenix City Council Christina Estes April 19, 2021
How Light Rail Construction Could Help Some Phoenix Small Businesses Christina Estes April 15, 2021
'We’re Very Concerned': Heat Relief Network Needs Help Christina Estes April 14, 2021
Maricopa County Working On Regional Approach To Homelessness Christina Estes, Mark Brodie April 14, 2021
Phoenix Unanimously OKs Street Signs To Honor Chavez Christina Estes April 12, 2021
Phoenix Fixing Parking Meters After Complaints Christina Estes April 8, 2021
Phoenix 'Far Short' On Shade, Accepting Donations Christina Estes April 8, 2021
Here’s How, When Phoenix Public Libraries Will Reopen Christina Estes April 7, 2021
How Should Phoenix Spend Tax Dollars? Christina Estes April 6, 2021
Survey: Metro Phoenix Voters Support Transportation Tax Christina Estes April 6, 2021
How Chandler’s Jazz Festival Will Look Different In April Christina Estes March 29, 2021

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