Nakiesha Johnson

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Nakiesha Johnson is in her last semester at Arizona State University, studying at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She joined KJZZ as a news intern for fall 2019.

Johnson recently worked for Cronkite News as a social media producer, helping manage and post content for social media platforms. She also reported the weather every Wednesday.

Johnson, who has lived in Arizona most of her life, hopes to be able to cover news in other states. Her goal is to become a talk show host who reaches out to young adults.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Beer Price Could Double If Tax Break Expires Nakiesha Johnson Dec. 9, 2019
Parts Of Phoenix Area Covered By Fog Nakiesha Johnson Dec. 9, 2019
Pinal County Unveils Mobile Voter-Outreach Van Nakiesha Johnson Dec. 9, 2019
Mountain Lion Spotted In Northeastern Tucson Nakiesha Johnson Dec. 6, 2019
Mohave County Prohibits Non-Service Animals Inside Facilities Nakiesha Johnson Dec. 4, 2019
Mesa Proposing Ordinance To Prohibit Vaping In Public Areas Nakiesha Johnson Dec. 4, 2019
Small Business Saturday Helps Boost Arizona Economy Nakiesha Johnson Nov. 30, 2019
ASU Library Map And Geospatial Hub Relocating, Giving Away Maps Nakiesha Johnson Dec. 2, 2019
Chandler Says It Has The First Designated Zone For Self-Driving Cars Nakiesha Johnson Nov. 25, 2019
Flu Cases In Arizona Have Tripled Compared To Previous Seasons Nakiesha Johnson Nov. 22, 2019
Storm Brings Heavy Snowfall To Flagstaff Nakiesha Johnson Nov. 20, 2019
Thanksgiving May Be Second Highest Travel Day Since 2005 Nakiesha Johnson Nov. 22, 2019
AZ Builders Still Struggling To Find Enough Construction Workers Nakiesha Johnson Nov. 18, 2019
WSJ: Sky Harbor Is The Top Large Airport In The U.S. Nakiesha Johnson Nov. 13, 2019
Deadline To Comment On I-10 Broadway Curve Project Is Nov. 18 Nakiesha Johnson Nov. 14, 2019
Scottsdale Now Permitted To Treat Recycled Water For Direct Human Consumption Nakiesha Johnson Nov. 11, 2019
Lawmaker: Livestream Cameras In Schools Would Improve Safety Nakiesha Johnson Nov. 4, 2019
Asarco Agrees To Pay Union Workers $10 Million Nakiesha Johnson Nov. 1, 2019
Tonto National Forest To Sell Christmas Tree Permits Nakiesha Johnson Oct. 31, 2019
Arizona Sends Help To Battle California Wildfires Nakiesha Johnson Oct. 29, 2019
'Candy For Javelina': Halloween Pumpkins Can Attract Wildlife In Arizona Neighborhoods Nakiesha Johnson Oct. 28, 2019
New Loop 202 Named Congressman Ed Pastor Freeway Nakiesha Johnson Oct. 23, 2019
Arizona Company's Shuttle Made Of Mostly 3D-Printed Parts Nakiesha Johnson Oct. 21, 2019
Avondale Wants Residents To Produce Less Waste Nakiesha Johnson Oct. 20, 2019
MAG Conducts Survey On Transportation Safety Concerns Nakiesha Johnson Oct. 17, 2019

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