Daniel Perle

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Reporter

Daniel Perle rejoined the KJZZ team in May 2019, after interning during the summer of 2017.

A recent graduate of Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Perle served as the editor-in-chief of the online student-run newspaper, the Downtown Devil, and as the news director for Blaze Radio, ASU’s student-run station. While in school, Perle reported on enterprise topics such as former Arizona Cardinals players suffering from the aftermath of their careers in football and the process which felons in Arizona must go through to restore their right to vote.

When he’s not in the newsroom — and probably when he’s in it — Perle is scrolling through Twitter. Other than that, he enjoys reading Kurt Vonnegut novels and practicing his three-point shooting.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
AZ Teacher's Academy Sees Across The Board Growth Daniel Perle June 17, 2019
Mountain Fire Near Cave Creek Approaching Containment Daniel Perle June 17, 2019
APS Temporarily Halting Power Disconnections Jimmy Jenkins, Daniel Perle June 13, 2019
Police Release Report On Viral Incident That Drew Lawsuit Daniel Perle June 15, 2019
Woodbury Fire Nearly At 26,000 Acres, Could Get Bigger Daniel Perle June 15, 2019
Tonto Forest Officials Impose Fire Restrictions Daniel Perle June 15, 2019
Woodbury Fire Now At 1,400 Acres; Conditions Hampering Containment Daniel Perle June 10, 2019
Arizona Heritage Fund Reinstated But Without Lottery Funds Daniel Perle June 10, 2019
Coldwater Fire Causing Delays on State Route 87 Daniel Perle June 10, 2019
Ducey Vetoes Per Diem Pay Increase For Lawmakers Daniel Perle, Lauren Gilger, Steve Goldstein
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
June 9, 2019
Woodbury Fire Burning 500 Acres Near Superior Daniel Perle June 9, 2019
Mountain Fire Near Cave Creek Now 50 Percent Contained Daniel Perle June 8, 2019
Arizona Hepatitis A Outbreak Breaks The 350 Mark Daniel Perle June 8, 2019
Federal Judge Throws Out Don Shooter's Lawsuit, State Case Remains Daniel Perle
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
June 8, 2019
Ducey Orders Flags At Half Mast To Honor Virginia Beach Victims Daniel Perle June 3, 2019
Hemp Legal For Industrial Farmers, But Risks Persist For Growers Daniel Perle June 3, 2019
9th Circuit Throws Out Libertarian Suit Against Signature Requirements Daniel Perle
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
June 3, 2019
'Arizona Spurs' Flock To Fibber Magees For League Final Daniel Perle June 3, 2019
SCOTUS Against Goldwater Institute In Child Welfare Case Daniel Perle
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
June 3, 2019
White Wing Fire, Still At 2,500 Acres, Now At 10% Containment Daniel Perle May 31, 2019
Loop 101 To Close Between U.S. 60-Warner This Weekend Daniel Perle May 31, 2019
Phoenix Sees Cool May, But Not The Coolest On Record Daniel Perle May 31, 2019
Arizona National Guard Unit Returns From Afghanistan Daniel Perle May 27, 2019
McSally Talks Military Sexual Assault On 'This Week' Daniel Perle May 27, 2019
Stan Lee's Business Partner Accused Of Embezzlement Daniel Perle May 27, 2019

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